Westport Community Schools


Dr. Seuss's Birthday Celebration
Date: 3/2/2015
WHS Faculty Meeting
Date: 3/2/2015, 2:20 PM 3 PM
WES Faculty Meeting
Date: 3/2/2015, 3:15 PM 4:15 PM
MAC Faculty Meeting
Date: 3/2/2015, 3:30 PM 4:30 PM
Ranger Sparkle visits Grade 3
Date: 3/3/2015, 9:55 AM 11:55 AM


SAVE the DATE: ALICE Training will take place on Wednesday, March 4th at 6 PM in the Westport High School auditorium.
ALICE is a crisis training program that stands for Alert, Lockdown, Information, Counter and Evacuation. As another form of safety preparedness, the Westport Police Department, in partnership with the Westport Community Schools, has introduced the ALICE program to give participants insight and response options when encountering an active shooter.

The training session is approximately 60 minutes long. Participants will be asked to think about what they would do as the first responder in a crisis situation. Having this type of information can help save not only your life, but also the lives of others.

The ALICE program was created by two Texas law enforcement officers soon after the Columbine High School shootings occurred in Colorado. The training has since been adopted by many educational law enforcement institutions and schools throughout the United States.

We hope that you will attend this very important training session!
MSBA voted to move forward with building a new school for Westport!

MSBA voted to move forward with building a new school for Westport! Summary: This morning administrators of the school department, school committee members, board of selectman member, state representative, and community member attended the Massachusetts School Building Authority board meeting where the announcement was officially made that they will support the town of Westport as we build a new school!
Westport Community Schools
Welcome to the Westport Community Schools. Our school district offers a wonderful and diverse educational opportunity for all our students.

As many of you know, public school finance has faced unprecedented challenges in the past few years. In addition to funding challenges, Massachusetts has taken an aggressive approach to education reform. As such, expectations have never been higher while, at the same time, challenges have never been greater. In spite of all that has developed at the State level in the past few years, Westport Community Schools continues to maintain positive results for student growth and achievement. Our students shine not only in the classroom but on the stage, (through the arts, band, chorus), on the field and through extra-curricular activities.

Through their pre-kindergarten through grade twelve schooling, our students work to develop integrity, accountability, a strong work ethic, and multiple other qualities that help them become successful contributors to our society. Students in Westport are well poised for success upon completion of their education. The parents, teachers, staff, and community do a remarkable job of supporting our students and setting high expectations that translate in to student success for years to come.

Please regularly check out our website for updates and happenings. We are also on Facebook! Check us out when you get a chance.

Ann Marie Dargon, Ed.D
Superintendent of Schools
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