Reading Incentive Programs

Westfield is excited to participate in another year of the

Kane County Cougars Reading Club and Six Flags Read to Succeed Program!

Download your Cougars and Six Flags log sheets

Glenbard Parent Series – January 24th


Parent Workshop: Children in a Hyper Digital World

Open to ALL District 89 parents!

Wednesday, January 24th, 6:30PM
Glen Crest Middle School

Don’t miss this great opportunity to talk with an expert on keeping your kids safe on-line!

Mark your calendars now! More information coming soon…

Junior Great Books

Junior Great Books will begin January 22. Please consider signing up as a parent volunteer. Volunteers help out during the lunch/recess hour once a week for six weeks from late January to early March and lead the groups by facilitating discussion on the books the children read. You can think of it as a book club for kids!

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Leah Dimler at

Box Tops: Bonus App

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Box Tops: Bonus App

Thank you to everyone that downloaded the Box Tops Bonus App and submitted Box Tops!

 After your receipt has been processed, please send a copy of your e-mail confirmation to Anita Alsbury so credit can be given to your child.


Westfield Elementary Dedicates Park Programming Center

On Thursday, August 31, Westfield Elementary School dedicated the new Park Programming Center, a space in the school’s library that will be used to teach students coding and programming skills.

The Programming Center is named in honor of Catherine Park, the mother of three CCSD 89 students. Catherine Park, 46, died unexpectedly during a family vacation in Costa Rica in 2016. Her family made a $22,000 donation to provide opportunities for all students to learn more about the field she worked in. Read the full article here.

GPS Parent Library Now Available


During our PTC meeting we had the pleasure of hearing from Gilda Ross from the Glenbard Parent Series. The goal of the Parent Series is to facilitate real-world parenting skills that enhance social and emotional development, encourage responsible decision-making, and promote respect-based relationships.

We have created a “Parent Library” full of the books that this group has introduced. Feel free to investigate and check out books through Mrs. Cardona in the Westfield office.


To learn more about the Parent Series, please visit

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2017-18 PTC Board Members


Thank you

Thanks to these parents who stepped up to fill these important positions for next year!

Co-presidents:  Michele Hedden & Jackie Rickert
Vice President:  Jackie Abbott
Secretary:  Jamie Konzelman
Treasurer:  Rick Garbett