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Westchester Elementary School

Proud member of Baltimore County Public Schools
*** Celebrating 21 years of learning! ***

 

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Recent News + UPDATES:

 

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WES HYBRID LEARNING Information

Expansion of Hybrid Learning, Two to Four Days

BCPS has announced the expansion of Hybrid Learning for elementary students.  There will be no more cohorts.  All hybrid learners will attend school four days a week.  Please complete the survey linked here to tell administration if you'd like your student to be virtual or hybrid.  This survey will replace any preferences shared on previous surveys.  Please complete one survey per student.  Additionally, if you're shifting to Hybrid learning and were never issued a BCPS device, complete the appropriate survey below to ensure we have a device for your child. 

Click here to request a device for a student in grade K to 2.
Click here to request a device for a student in grades 3, 4, or 5.

Now that you've requested to return to the building and are awaiting your first day, check out the building tour on YouTube or the Reopening Snapshot for more information.

Click here for the building tour.

Click here for the Reopening Snapshot.

Questions regarding your family's hybrid learning preferences?  Contact your child's teacher or our assistant principal, Mrs. Crabb, at acrabb@bcps.org or by clicking here.

 

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Registration for next year is OPEN!

Registering for the 2021-2022 School Year

 Visit the online registration portal by clicking here.  Your registration is not complete until you provide all required documentation.  Parents/guardians can learn more about using the Focus Parent Portal by viewing this informational video (click here).  The password for the video is Baltimore.   

Curious what documents will be required?  Check out the links below.
Registration documents for students entering Pre-K can be found here.
Registration documents for students entering kindergarten can be found here.
Registration documents for students entering grades 1-5 can be found here.

Need help with registration?  Call the office or email Mrs. Baldwin.  Mrs. Baldwin's email is jbaldwin3@bcps.org or you can click here




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WES Cafeteria Menus

Mrs. Costa would like to alert the community that the cafeteria, upon reopening March 1st, will not be accepting cash payments.  Additionally there will be no selling of snacks or entree ala cartes.  Meals will be available and free for all students.  Please reference the March calendars on the BCPS website.

Click here to view the in-person Elementary menu for April 6-16th 

Click here to view the in-person  Elementary menu for April 19-30th

Click here to view the curb-side pickup menu for the month of April

 

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Grade Level Virtual Learning Schedules 

BCPS has approved our grade level learning schedules.  Grade level schedules can be found below or on the yellow quicklink above titled  "Meeting Time Schedule."

Click here for kindergarten's virtual learning schedule.
Click here for first grade's virtual learning schedule.
Click here for second grade's virtual learning schedule.
Click here for third grade's virtual learning schedule.
Click here for fourth grade's virtual learning schedule.
Click here for fifth grade's virtual learning schedule.

 


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Does your student have a IEP?

If you are a parent or guardian of a child with a Individualized Education Plan you may be interested in the two resources listed below from BCPS Special Education Office: 

  • The Special Education Resource Center (SERC) can be found by clicking here.  SERC supports parents of children with disabilities, ages birth to 21.  Its mission is to promote positive, effective partnerships within the school community. 

 

  • Since 1978, the Baltimore County Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (SECAC) has provided a forum for issues pertaining to children with disabilities.  Our members advocate at the county, state, and federal level to make recommendations and assist Baltimore County Public Schools about issues including the education budget, inclusion, assessments, support services and other issues concerning children and special education services.  To join the SECAC email contact list for updates on meetings and events please email your request to serv@bcps.org 


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MSDE Report Card
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