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Click on the links below to see how much solar energy the equipment at Westmore Oaks produces!
Bayer Crop Science Visits WMO!
Thank you Bayer Crop Science of West Sacramento, and to our distinguished guest Mayor Cabaldon, for visiting Mrs. Garcia's 8th grade science classes to lead the students through several amazing labs! If you'd like to see more pictures, please visit our Facebook page!
8th Grade Promotion Spring 2016
8th Grade Promotion Spring 2016
6th Grade Science Camp - INFORMATION NIGHT!
Steps to College 2017
Free Parenting Classes/Clases Para Padres Gratuitas
WUSD would like parent input!
From the WUSD Technology Department:
"The WUSD Technology Department is asking for parent input on technology use to help craft our updated technology plan and student use of technology in our schools. The survey is online and is also available in Spanish (once you pass the initial screen to select your school). It is completely anonymous and takes about 10 minutes to complete. Your feedback will greatly assist us to better serve the needs of our students. We're looking forward to hearing from you and thank you for participating!"
Welcome, Dragons, to a positive and academically enriching school year! I am incredibly excited to be joining you as your new principal and look forward to an amazing year of learning and growing. Assistant Principal, Mr. Westberg, and I have been busy dragon keepers this summer working hard with staff to get Westmore Oaks ready for your return in August, and we can't wait to see all of you back again!
Education is so very important. Did you know that the average difference in salary between a person with a high school diploma and a person without is almost $10,000 a year? And that a person with a 2-year degree or vocational training makes an average of another $7,000 a year on top of that? Education is more than grades and report cards; education is the great equalizer in income and professional success. It is the gatekeeper for so many things in life that it is vital that we work as a school and community to ensure that every Dragon has access to a rigorous and relevant learning experience to inspire them to be life-long learners and to pursue any dream they can imagine! Our goal here at Westmore Oaks is that every student discover and strengthen his or her talents, that every student receive a challenging and relevant educational experience, and that every student promotes from our school proficient in the 21st Century skills needed to be successful in today's rapidly-changing job market and global community.
We cannot do it alone, and so I urge you to please join us in making this goal a reality for our kids. Students, speak up and advocate for your needs. Make the most of every learning opportunity. Stretch yourselves by trying new, healthy, and enriching experiences--try a sport, join a club, participate in community service! These years will go by fast, but each one offers an abundance of opportunities to learn about yourself, your passions, and to start laying the foundation for achieving the life you someday want for yourself. Parents and families, volunteer and become active in our school. Join our PTSA, help out in your child's classroom, frequently communicate with your child's teachers, and find ways to supplement the learning your student is receiving at school in relevant ways at home. I truly believe that educating our children requires consistent and dedicated teamwork, communication, and a single-minded focus that together, working in support of each other, we can achieve great success for our kids.
Mr. Westberg and I look forward to working alongside our Westmore Oaks students, staff, parents, families, and community this year to create unimaginably wonderful outcomes for our children. This is going to be an amazing year!
Stacey Falconer, Principal
If you are unsure what class color your grade is supposed to wear, here's a list of the class colors for the 2016-2017 school year. Remember: Students wear the same color each year as they move up; so if last year your grade wore orange, your grade still wears orange this upcoming school year!
Kindergarten: Yellow (first generation of the WMO school colors rotation!)
First Grade: Purple
Second Grade: Green
Third Grade: Orange
Fourth Grade: Teal
Fifth Grade: Purple
Sixth Grade: Green
Seventh Grade: Orange
Eighth Grade: Teal
WESTMORE OAKS K-8 ELEMENTARY
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West Sacramento, CA 95691
G is for GIVING!
December's focus from the Dragon code of honor was on G: G is for Giving! Check out the awesome video Mrs. Garcia's 8th grade Science class and Mrs. Butler's 4th grade class made to explain the concept of Giving and the WMO coat drive we held in December!