News & Announcements

Great turnout for Open House

It was so nice to see so many students and their families at Open House last week. Thanks to everyone that took the time to stop by, meet our teachers, and tour our classrooms. Dozens of parents got to see how their kids spend the day at school.

Our Big Bluey Thrift was also a big hit. Students were able to pick out some vintage West Wear free of charge. Our goal is to expand to other gently used clothing as well. So stay tuned for more information on that in the coming weeks.

Open House was also the official launch of our 2022 “Invest in West” campaign. Invest is the PTSO’s primary fundraiser of the year. Our goal is to raise $19k to help support teachers and staff.

https://westendptso.org/invest/

Don’t Forget Open House

We are so excited to welcome back our Blue Jay families this week for Open House. Join us on Thursday, August 25th from 5:30pm – 7pm. You’ll hear from Mr. Stephens and then get a chance to meet your student’s teachers and see their classrooms.

You’ll also be able to grab some new West Wear, tell us what you think about our new Big Bluey Thrift store (for West Wear and other clothes your kids have outgrown) and even pick up one of our new “West is Best” yard signs.

Can’t wait to see everyone there!

Mr. Strong’s Spring Break Trip Meeting

Mr. Strong is organizing a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands! You can find all the details on Mr. Strong’s Epic Galapagos Trip Homepage [nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com]. The trip will take place during spring break in March 2023, and is open to all West End students AND their families!

If you’d like to learn more – Mr. Strong is hosting an informational meeting at 5pm on Thursday, August 25th right before the Open House.

Last Chance to Get Your City Saver Books

Who doesn’t want to save money – especially these days? West End has you covered. Students are selling 2023 City Saver books. Each book costs $30 but includes hundreds of dollars in saving from more than 250 Middle Tennessee restaurants, stores, and attractions. All the money raised helps support after-school and extracurricular activities.

Our goal is for each student to sell 2 books. But anyone that doesn’t want to participate can simply return your book to school.