Five WACS Middle School students participated in a regional Battle of the Books competition Saturday, May 14 at the Robert H. Jackson Center. Liberty Maring, Lanie Schofield, Lance Franklin, Luvlee Zastrow and Ella Chagnon placed a close second in this exciting competition. The students prepared by reading twelve preselected novels and attending practices after school. Great job, team!
about 22 hours ago, Molly Anderson
Battle of the Books
Richard Guerry, from the Institute for Responsible Online and Cellphone Communication, spent time with our students today talking about responsible digital behaviors in an online world. His program, Public & Permanent, was presented to all students in grades 4-12 with the underlying message that technology can be a positive tool when used properly. He empowered students with strategies and a mindset to safely interact online. He also encouraged them to be leaders to younger generations of students to help them to make positive digital decisions. Richard will be sharing a third presentation for parents and families tonight at 6pm in the Auditorium. We hope that you will be able to join us for his important message.
1 day ago, Molly Anderson
Guerry
Guerry
Guerry
Guerry
Congrats to Dakota Rammelt for her 3rd place finish in the 100 meter hurdles and Aliyah Rivera for her 5th place finish in the long jump at the Super 8 Championship today!
4 days ago, Neil Huber
Aliyah and Dakota
Congrats to Dakota Rammelt for her 3rd place finish in the 100 meter hurdles and Aliyah Rivera for her 5th place finish in the long jump at the Super 8 Championship today!
4 days ago, Neil Huber
Grades 3, 4 & 5 Waldameer PARENT Tickets: If you would like to join your 3rd, 4th or 5th grader at Waldameer on Monday June 13th, please fill out the below form to purchase YOUR ticket(s). **This is for parent/guardian tickets only** Ticket cost is $25 and all parents/guardians must transport themselves. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1os8sRtMKpKPlAf53-DOu5nU0TgQm0OwtotuCK2HI8zw/viewform?ts=627aa507&edit_requested=true
4 days ago, Molly Anderson
Good luck to Dakota Rammelt and Aliyah Rivera on Friday 5/13 as they compete in the Super 8 Meet of Champions for track! Let's go ladies!
4 days ago, Neil Huber
Good luck to Darien and Carson Swanson on Monday 5/16 as they play in the Section 6 Championship for the Golf team!
4 days ago, Neil Huber
On Wednesday, the JV softball team won against Brocton 18 to 6. Rylan Jakse led the team with four runs scored and Hannah Tenamore contributed a triple. Way to go girls!
5 days ago, Neil Huber
Our Annual School Budget Vote and Board Member Election is less than one week away. Please visit our website for budget documents and information that has been shared at our public presentations and Board meetings. https://www.westfieldcsd.org/documents/our-district/business-office/budget-documents/2022-23-budget-documents/294363 Remember that A qualified voter is a person who is: A citizen of the United States At least 18 years old A district resident for at least 30 days prior to the vote To request an absentee ballot, please reach out to Tina Winslow at 716-326-2151 Ext. 217
6 days ago, Molly Anderson
BUDGET
Quarter Three Middle and High School Academic Honor Rolls Congratulations to all of the students listed here for earning a spot on our High Honor, Honor, and Merit Rolls. We applaud your hard work and dedication to your learning!
7 days ago, Molly Anderson
Academic Rolls
Academic Rolls
Academic Rolls
Academic Rolls
Please join us for our annual budget hearing on Monday at 6 PM in the LGI. Next year‘s proposed budget includes a modest increase in expenditures while maintaining our current level of academic program and staffing.
10 days ago, ​Westfield Central School
budget
Chautauqua Works is conducting the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) again this year in Chautauqua County. The ,SYEP provides subsidized job opportunities for youth ages 14 to 20 who meet eligibility and income guidelines. Youth are placed in the private, public and non-profit worksites during the summer months to gain meaningful work experience. This opportunity provides youth with a work experience for approximately 6 weeks (7 /5/22-8/12/22). Youth are interviewed and placed at an appropriate work site for up to 29 hours/week.
11 days ago, Molly Anderson
CHQ works
Mrs. Harris's class celebrated Cinco de Mayo by making empanadas and learning the true history of this cultural day! Here they are being silly after a fun afternoon of cooking and learning!
11 days ago, Westfield Central School
Harris
~School Budget Vote~ A reminder that the Annual School Budget Hearing is this Monday, May 9th, at 6:00 PM in the Large Group Instruction Room. The School Budget Vote is Tuesday, May 17, in the Gym Atrium. A qualified voter is a person who is: ~A citizen of the United States ~At least 18 years old ~A district resident for at least 30 days prior to the vote  To request an absentee ballot, please reach out to Tina Winslow at 716-326-2151 Ext. 217
13 days ago, Molly Anderson
vote
WACS K-2 Summer Learning Camp Letters will be sent home the week of May 15th. If your child brings home a letter, please return it asap so that we can start planning for a fun summer of learning.
14 days ago, Westfield Central School
Camp
The JV softball team won against Brocton 24-12 on Saturday. Mackenzie Nollinger led the team in hits, while Avery Smith struck out 9. Keep it up ladies!
14 days ago, Neil Huber
Congratulations to our Varsity Softball team on being ranked 3rd in class D in all of New York State! Let's go!
14 days ago, Neil Huber
Students in Mrs. Wilson's Public Speaking class attended the annual JCC College Connections Speech Contest on Wednesday. Both Haleigh Dellow and Makartnee Mortimer particpated in the competitive speech round, representing Westfield well.
15 days ago, Molly Anderson
speech
speech
WESTFIELD CENTRAL SCHOOL WALL OF FAME Westfield is seeking candidate nominations for our Wall of Fame Applications are due by Friday, May 20, 2022 https://www.westfieldcsd.org/article/389322
19 days ago, Molly Anderson
Wall of Fame
We have an incredible staff of adminstrative professionals at WACS. Please join us in celebrating the great work they do and their dedication to our school! THANK YOU today and every day to Ms. Baideme, Ms. Button, Mrs. Domenico, Mrs. Gerould, Ms. Hill, Ms. Keefe, Ms. Ryan, Mrs. Sorrento, Mrs. Winslow, and Mrs. Young. You are the glue that holds us all together!
20 days ago, Molly Anderson
Adm Prof Day