Principal Flores

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Principal Flores has been in education for more than 25 years and at Westwood Charter since 2013. Read more about her and the staff of WWC. 

Title IX

Jeannie Miceli and Jeremy Kaplan are our Title IX Coordinators. They can be reached at (310) 474-7788 or by email through our Contact Form.  Additional information can be found here. 

Non-discrimination Statement

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Read all about the latest at WWC wth the Westwood Window,

written by the students of Press Corps! 

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Traffic Safety

It's important that we keep our kids safe. Please watch this video to prepare for Traffic Duty at Westwood Charter and learn proper procedures for drop off and pick up.

REMEMBER:

  1. No parking on Selby, Mississippi, or LaGrange during the hours of 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS! 
  2. Drop off and pick up children without blocking traffic.
  3. Cross at the corner.
  4. Do not park in No Parking Zones.
  5. Do not stop to let your children out in the Red Zone. 
  6. Do not double park.
  7. Do not block driveways.
  8. Do not use the teachers’ parking lot.

Thank you for your support!

Our Community School


Westwood Charter School is an inclusive, child-centered environment where children feel safe to take risks. It is a community dedicated to educating the whole child. Our students are actively engaged in learning through a curriculum that is both developmental and experiential. Our students are challenged to construct knowledge through meaningful interactions with each other and the world and are agents of change as they embrace their connections to the local and global community. Westwood Charter School is an affiliated charter and a member of the Los Angeles Unified School District and a California Distinguished School. It has been a charter school since July 26, 1993.

Save the Date

March 9, 2018

Get Your Heart Racing!

Jump Rope for Heart is January 26th

Jog-a-thon is February 10th

    

Community News

1/22/18

UPCOMING DATES 

Principal Coffee Dates from 8:15 am to 9:15 am in Library 

Feb 7, Mar 7, Apr 4, May 2

WISE Meeting Dates  in Library: 

Jan 17 at 8:15 am, Feb 26 at 7:00 pm. Mar 21 at 8:15 am, Apr 23 at 7:00 pm, May 23 at 8:15 am

SBM Meeting Dates  6:00 pm, Library 

Jan 11, Feb 8, Mar 8, Apr 19, May 10

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1/22/18

Girls on the Run with open registration for the Spring team on 

January 29

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS  3:30pm-5:00pm 

Register Online
www.gotrla.org/program-registration
Space is Limited to 15 Girls Registration

Program Runs: FEB 26-MAY12

5K Celebration: 1st Weekend May

10 Week Program for $225

Click Here for More GOTR Details

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1/22/18

LUNCH TIME RECYCLING WEEK OF JANUARY 22 -- VOLUNTEER THIS WEEK

Love being green? During the week of January 22, we will be continuing WWC’s fantastic Lunchtime Recycling Program! We need 10 parent volunteers to each donate 30 minutes of time during that week. 

The purpose of this program is to boost awareness and educate students about the importance of recycling/reusing and the value of composting food waste. You will be volunteering for one 30-minute lunch session (or more than one!) with a teacher and student. Please show up 5 minutes before your time slot to receive orientation on how to help be part of a wonderful solution!

This program will recur every month until the end of the school year.

Many thanks,

Sonya
Sonya Chapnick
sonya@yogagently.com

SIGN UP FOR LUNCHTIME RECYCLING

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Google Calendar

We've implemented Google Calendar to make it easier to see and subscribe to the WWC calendar in Outlook, Google, Yahoo, iPhone, Android, and other platforms. See the mini-calendar below or go to our Calendar page to view or print the calendar in a larger format.

 

The 2017-2018 school calendar is now available. You can view it here.


To subscribe via Outlook or smartphone (iCal), click here for more info!

Our Sponsors

 WWC thanks our generous sponsors. Please support them!

2017-2018 Fund Drive


Login to MySchoolAnywhere to support this year’s Education & Enrichment Fund Drive. Contributions to the Education & Enrichment Fund make possible the programs and staff for class-size reductions, classroom aides, art, music, drama and physical education as well as the school librarian, computers, technology, and other critical needs. All donations are tax-deductible and the funds raised go to the school’s programs and facilities. 

Shop & Support

You can earn money for Westwood Charter every time you shop! Please see the Fundraise While You Shop page for more information or click on the links below:
 


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THE WESTWOOD CHARTER GIFT CARD STORE IS OPEN!

Click here for more information.