2018-2019 Grade Level Supply Lists

posted Oct 17, 2017, 8:07 AM by Patricia McGilvray   [ updated Aug 22, 2018, 1:43 PM ]

Please click on the link  for your grade level's supply list.

Spirit of Weston Award Winners

posted Aug 25, 2017, 6:26 PM by Patricia McGilvray   [ updated Jun 6, 2018, 7:49 AM ]

The Spirit of Weston Award is presented to students who go above and beyond in class and as a member of the Weston community.  Students demonstrate how to:   Be Safe;  Be Respectful;  and Be Responsible.

Congratulations to the May/ June 2018 award recipients!!

Kindergarten            Grade 1                Grade 2                Grade 3            Grade 4            Grade 5        Integrated Arts
Tiffany T.                Daniel A.                Katie B.                Aleyah A.           Shrinithi S.       Alexia M.     Asal J.
Mia Q.                    Janessa W.             Kayden B.             Lavanya G.         Jacob H.          Serenity B.
Connor M.               Aubree F.               Vanessa D.           Evelyn G.           Alanah C.          Dorian H.
Arielle S.                Rylan M.                     

Bus Schedules

posted Aug 25, 2017, 6:25 PM by Patricia McGilvray   [ updated Sep 4, 2018, 4:00 PM ]

Please note that the bus numbers have changed this year.  The bus routes are attached in the link below.

Cell Phones

posted Aug 18, 2017, 12:57 PM by Patricia McGilvray   [ updated Feb 16, 2018, 7:20 AM ]

With the advent of smartphones over the years in the hands of our students, some unsettling behavior has been reported by some students, especially on our school buses. The use of smartphone apps like Snapchat, Musically, Facebook, especially when our students are off school grounds, has sometimes brought about several social conflicts among our students.  There have been incidences where students communicate via Snapchat (includes photos, video and texts) at home or on the bus and this spills over into Weston School.  Home and school are two different environments but they do impact each other.  We are always watchful for any potential "spill-over" effect that social networking may have at school.  If an issue that starts on a social media app (like Snapchat) and results in a conflict at Weston, that issue is now a school disciplinary issue.

We at Weston, want to make sure that your children are safe and respectful when using social media apps.  These social media tools are best used under adult guidance and supervision.  Please talk with your child about this.  We appreciate your attention in the matter.  Together we can keep your child safe and se secure.

Please remind your students that if they have a phone at school for safety reasons, it must remain off and in their backpack during school and on the bus.  We would also recommend that they do not share with others they have a phone.  Weston is not responsible for lost, damaged,  or stolen phones.  We will take phones away if they are used in school, and a parent will need to pick the phone up.


Playground Safety

posted Jul 31, 2017, 6:10 PM by Patricia McGilvray   [ updated Sep 4, 2018, 8:40 AM ]

Dear Parents,

Please review the playground safety guidelines with your child.  These guidelines are to be followed before, during and after school.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Play Fair, Play Safe, and Have Fun!

Playground Area - All areas covered with wood chips.  Keep off all equipment when it is wet.
Sneakers Only - No sandals, flip flops, dress shoes or boots.
No Running or tagging games - On or under the playground area.  Do not stand or hang around under the equipment.
Slides - Only travel down the slides.  No climbing up.  Children must be in a sitting position with feet extended out in front of body.  No going down slides on tummy, head first, laying down, trains, or climbing over the side edges of the slide.
Ladder-   Remember personal space.  Don't crowd each other.  Wait your turn.  No jumping off the landing.
Balance Beam -   Do not push kids off the beam.  No tug of war games.
Bars -  Do not stand on any bars (orange parallel, red or green bars).  Practice front support to casting off the parallel bars.  Challenge yourself with "hand-walking" across parallel bars.
Dome -  Move slowly - do not crowd other kids - remember personal space.  Don't stand on the top of the dome.  Challenge yourself to move around the dome.  Up, over, and down can also be challenging and fun!
Monkey Bars -  Swing from rung to rung, no hanging upside down.

Play Fair, Play Safe, and Have Fun!

First Day of School for 2018-19

posted Jul 28, 2014, 8:29 AM by Melissa Sutherland   [ updated Jun 20, 2018, 2:35 PM by Patricia McGilvray ]

Wednesday, September 5th, 2018 is the first day of school for students in kindergarten to 5th grade.

Enjoy your summer!

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