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Photos that were previously featured on other web pages will usually end up here. We do not have enough bandwidth to reserve these photos idefinitely, and will remove them periodically.
For the latest news check the home page. Below you’ll find some older news, galleries, and images of student activities.
(The Well Water Consumer Confidence Report has moved to the Accountability page.)
Enjoy some highlights below from the last few weeks of school 2015-16:
Fourth Grade Collected $762.14 for Lake County Fire Victims (click here to read letters)
Feb. 18: COURT ORDER CALLS FOR DISCLOSURE OF STUDENT INFORMATION
2015-16: Enjoy these few memories from the recently ended schoolyear.
Gather 'Round: Celebrate West Side School was a tremendous success! Special thanks to our event coordinators, Jen Stark, Wendy Holland, and Kate Gomes. A BIG thank you to Felta Education Foundation, our volunteers, guests, and donors.
Operation Jazz Band: April 7-11 was Jazz Education week for our fifth graders. Thank you, Healdsburg Jazz Festival for providing this unique music education and history program for our students!
Spelling Bee Winners!
Congratulations to fourth grader, Zoe Katz (first place), and sixth grader, Ian Cabeen (second place), who went on to represent West Side at the North County Regional Spelling Bee on Feb. 11th.
Kinders at Work
4th Graders Prepare for Fort Ross
Fourth graders prepare for the annual overnight field trip to Fort Ross' Environmental Living Program. Students assume the roles of cooks, militia, artisans, hunters, and clerks while parent volunteers assist.
2011-12 Third Grade Steelhead Trout Display
First Grade very eggsciting egg drop this Spring.
Congratulations to Spelling Bee winners Emma Esquivel and Cole Gradek. Great job representing West Side at the Sonoma County Regional Spelling Bee.
Fourth Grade Remembers Martin Luther King, Jr. January 2012
Check the links below for some photo galleries of students and their works: