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Welcome to October, Westfield!

The 2019-2020 school year is well underway! We would first like to thank all of you who came out for our first PTC meeting of the school year. We are thrilled to see new faces and all our wonderful volunteers who help make Westfield a special place. We would like to take this time to thank those committee chairs that worked hard in September:
  • Thank you to Sara Fort for putting together a fab ladies night out at Enchantments.

  • Jackie Abbott for getting our website up and running as well as the Directory Spot App.

  • Kara Higley-Kubik and Stephanie Cooke for getting our kids running at Mileage Club.

  • Beth O’Reilly for a fun family filled Bingo Night.

  • Elizabeth Murtaugh for the sweet treats at our Skinny Sweet fundraiser.

The Adult Social Committee is working hard to plan a fun event for November 16th! If you have a business or know of a business who would like to sponsor or donate to the fundraising portion of the evening, please reach out to us atwestfieldptc@gmail.com.

Our next PTC meeting is set for Wednesday, October 9th at 7pm. This time we are meeting at Glen Prairie Restaurant located at 1250 Roosevelt Rd, Glen Ellyn, located inside the Crowne Plaza. Come and have a snack or beverage while we discuss business. We would love to see you there!

If you have any questions at all or wish to get involved, please reach out to us at:westfieldptc@gmail.com.

Thank you,

Joan Klaus and Beth O’Reilly

Spirit Wear!

Is your Westfield Wildcat in need of new spirit wear?  Here is the website to purchase Westfield Spirit Wear:

Directions:

  1. Go to   www.waterdogrecords.com
  2. Click on store
  3. Click on Westfield
  4. View items and add to cart
  5. Click checkout.  Online store accepts credit cards and PayPal.

Glenbard Parent Series (GPS)

 

Glenbard Parent Series (GPS): Navigating Healthy Families

GPS is an educational consortium dedicated to presenting distinguished, engaging speakers who share their knowledge, cutting-edge research and life experiences. In doing this, we provide opportunities to inspire and enrich families as well as build strong communities that are both proactive and informed.

Our mission is to enhance our students’ social and emotional learning, encourage responsible decision-making, foster positive growth and development, and promote respectful relationships in school and the community at large.

The powerful Glenbard Parent Series is a nationally recognized, unique, extraordinary resource for parents, educators and community members to encourage conversation around the opportunities and issues facings families today.

Please join us for the free forums hosted at Glenbard West, East, North, and South high schools, the Community Consolidated School District 93 Administration Center, Marquardt School District 15 Administration Center and the McAninch Arts Center (MAC) at the College of DuPage.

Programs are offered free of charge, no registration is required and all are welcome.

Students, parents (elementary and high school) school staff and professionals are welcome to attend, strengthening home and community partnerships in pursuit of our mutual goals to inspire, empower and succeed.

Events run throughout the school year.   Visit the Glenbard Parent Series website for program updates.