Friday Parent Updates

Friday Parent Update December 2nd

Dear WHS Families,

Happy December! I hope everyone had an enjoyable Thanksgiving Break. Students are busy with their 2nd Quarter coursework, college applications, sports awards ceremonies, NHS Inductions, and preparing for this Sunday's Tree Lighting Ceremony on the Westbrook Town Green!

WHS Classroom Observation Snapshots:

  • Grade Level Advisories met on Thursday, December 1st: Freshmen focused on Study Skills/ Sophomores focused on What's My Impact/ Juniors focused on Mind, Body, and Spirit/ Seniors focused on Financial Aid.
  • The Law Class/In conjunction with the Criminal Law Unit, students presented their Crime Reduction Projects to local Law Enforcement agents. Students discussed ranks of Law Enforcement, crime statistics in the state, and different units within Law Enforcement.

    

Student Activities:

OSW Football put up a good fight at the Thanksgiving Day Game against Morgan

   

WHS students marched in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

      

W/LOL Girls Field Hockey Awards Ceremony

     

WHS Boys Soccer Awards Ceremony

     

WHS Girls Soccer Ceremony

     

2022 National Honor Society Inductions

      

CAS/CIAC High School Leadership Conference

    

WHS Interact Club Toys for Tots Fundraiser

    

Upcoming Activities:

  • Friday, December 2nd-Middletown Symphonic Band @ 7 P.M. in the WHS Auditorium
  • Saturday, December 3rd- WHS and Alumni Marching Band Rehearsal for the Tree Lighting Parade 10:00-10:30 A.M. at WHS
  • Sunday, December 4th-Westbrook Tree Lighting Ceremony on the Westbrook Town Green (Look for the Candy Catapult Robot in the parade)

    

  • Friday, December 9th- Interact members will deliver the toys from the Toys for Tots Fundraiser to local children's charities in New Haven. 
  • Wednesday, December 14th-Small Ensembles Concert @ 7:30 P.M. in the WHS Auditorium
  • The December Music Boosters Meeting has been canceled. See you the first Wednesday in January.
  •  We are awaiting the PSAT Score Reports. As soon as we receive them, we will notify parents. Jill Britton and Rachel Kurek will be meeting with students to explain and interpret the score reports for students.

 

Wishing everyone an enjoyable weekend.

My best,

Tara A. Winch

Friday Parent Update November 18th

Dear WHS Families,

Another busy week goes by as the Thanksgiving Break approaches and December is around the corner.

Student Activities:

Chef Jay Taylor teaches students how to make fried rice in Culinary class. Mr. Taylor also talked to students about the required education for the Culinary Pathway.

         

Students connected their 3D Brain Project with resources in the Robotics lab. This brain was created on the 3D printer.

  

 MADD and SADD team up to collect pajamas.

  

November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month. WHS wore purple and sold purple ribbons for a $1.

  

Art and Culinary students build a life size gingerbread house at the Water's Edge.

      

WHS Student Athletes attended a CIAC Sportsmanship Conference at the Aqua Turf Club to receive the Fred Balsamo Sportsmanship Award and the  Michael's Achievement Cup as a "Class Act" School.

        

WHS hosted the Martha Redbone Roots Project in celebration of Native American Heritage Month (sponsored by the Katherine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center).

      

There are still tickets left!

Adult ticket: $15.00 / each
Student ticket: $10.00 / each
 
      

Fundraiser:  

  

Upcoming Activities:

  • Monday, November 21st- B Day
  • Tuesday, November 22nd-A Day- WHS hosts the 8th Graders for an afternoon visit to Westbrook High School to shadow, learn about courses and programs, and ask questions of an Upperclassmen Student Panel.
  • Wednesday, November 23rd-No School-Pre Thanksgiving Day OSW Football Game. OSW vs. Morgan @ Old Saybrook
  • Thursday, November 24th-Happy Thanksgiving!
  • Friday, November 25th-No School
  • Thursday, December 1st-Advisory Day-Each grade is engaging in a different topic. Freshman:  Study Skills, Sophomores:  My Success Habits, Juniors:  Body, Mind, Spirit, Seniors:  Financial Aid to College

Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend.

My best,

Tara Winch

Friday Parent Update November 11th

Dear WHS Families,

Happy Veterans Day!  WHS Student Council hosted a school-wide Veterans Day Assembly filled with history, personal perspectives, vocal and instrumental music, and a video montage to honor and celebrate our Veterans. 

Visit to view the Veterans Tribute Video and additional photos.

https://whs.westbrookctschools.org/2022_veterans_day

Artistic Interpretation of the American Flag by WHS Art students.

   

Student Activities:

CIAC State Field Hockey Game Westbrook defeats HK in overtime 1-0.

     

CIAC State Boys Soccer Game Old Saybrook defeats Westbrook 3-0.

    

AP Psychology Class -The Homemade Brain Project

            

            

Bakeshop students whipped up some delightful treats for the Veterans Day Reception.

     

   The Veterans Day Town-wide Ceremony

                

Pathway Exploration at Coventry High School in RI. Staff from WHS, CHS, and Electric Boat discuss possible school/business partnerships to expand our Pathways.

          

WHS presents High School Musical On Stage!

 
 
Tickets go on sale to the public on Saturday, November 12th, at 12:00 P.M.
Adult ticket: $15.00 / each
Student ticket: $10.00 / each

Upcoming Activities:

  • Tuesday, November 15th-Winter Sports Registration-Please register by this date so you have all cleared paperwork approved to begin Winter Sports.
  • Tuesday, November 15th-Board of Education Meeting @ 6:30 P.M. Daisy Ingraham Cafeteria
  • Wednesday, November 16th-WHS Athletic Boosters Meeting @ 6:00 P.M. in the WHS Library
  • Wednesday, November 16th- Student Council Meeting @ 7:30 A.M. in Room 223
  • Thursday, November 17th- CIAC 2022 Sportmanship Conference @ The Aqua Turf-The bus leaves at 7:15 A.M.
  • Friday, November 18th-Martha Redbone: Native American/African American  Interactive Musical Folklore Presentation for Grades 8-12 @ 1:00 P.M. in the WHS Gymnasium
  • Friday, November 18th-Class of 2023 Pie and Cookie Dough Delivery and Pick Up at the outside Library doors (past the WHS main doors)

Wishing everyone an enjoyable weekend.

My best,

Tara Winch

Friday Parent Update November 4th

Dear WHS Families,

It's hard to believe that Quarter 1 has come to a close. Students have been working diligently in their academic courses while also engaging in various extra curricular activities. Varsity/JV Math Teams continue to practice and compete, Girls Field Hockey and Boys Soccer teams are entering tournament play, and the musical is in dress rehearsal. As of November 1st, forty-seven percent of our Seniors have applied to college and many others will be applying by the December 1st date. It is a busy time of year!

The Weekly Update:

  • Monday, October 31st-Halloween-Staff and students enjoyed dressing up for the day!

    

  • Tuesday, November 1st @ 6:30 P.M.- The WHS School Counseling Department hosted a Virtual Financial Aid Night. If you were unable to attend, please contact Lisa Anderson for information.  
  • Wednesday, November 2nd -Juniors went on an informative and enjoyable Pathways field trip to Aerospace Alley and TheaterWorks.
  • Friday, November 4th- Quarter 1 Ended.

Student Activities:

WHS Interact Club

  

WHS SADD Chapter @ the Park and Rec Halloween Party

  

Unified Fall Festival @ Daisy

      

FBLA begins construction on the WHS Mobile School Store

  

Upcoming Activities:

  • Sunday, November 6th-Daylight Saving Time Ends.
  • Monday, November 7th-Quarter 2 Begins.
  • Tuesday, November 8th-Election Day
  • Tuesday, November 8th-No school for students. Professional Development for teachers.
  • Thursday, November 10th-Advisory Day
  • Friday, November 11th-Veterans Day - WHS Veterans Day Assembly @ 9 AM in the WHS Gymnasium/Town-wide Ceremony at 11 AM on the Westbrook Town Green. WHS Band/Chorus will perform.
  •  Friday, November 11th-High School Musical -Tickets will be available for purchase on line only.
    Look for the link on our website then! 

  

  • Tuesday, November 15th-Board of Education Meeting @ 6:30 P.M. Daisy Ingraham Cafeteria
  • Thursday, November 17th-CIAC Sportsmanship Summit @ the Aqua Turf
  • Thursday, November 17th; Friday, November 18th; and Saturday, November 19th-WHS Theatre Department presents High School Musical  @ 7 PM in the WHS Auditorium.

Athletic Schedule: 

http://ciacsports.com/site/?page_id=105 

  • Monday, November 7th @2:00 P.M.-WHS Girls Field Hockey vs HK /First Round CIAC State Tournament Game @ Home
  • Monday, November 7th @ 5:00 P.M.-WHS Boys Soccer vs Old Saybrook /First Round CIAC State Tournament Game @ Old Saybrook

Enjoy the fall foliage and warm weather.

My best,

Tara Winch

Friday Parent Update October 28th

Dear WHS Families,

The days are shorter, the nights are longer, and the temperatures are definitely cooler! Happy Fall! This week WHS held its Fall Parent/Teacher Conferences both in person and virtually. If you were unable to schedule conferences, you may always contact your child's teachers by phone or via email to discuss academic progress and any concerns you might have. Also, your child's School Counselor is also a great resource to access in regard to any questions or concerns regarding your child. (Jill Britton services A-K, Rachel Kurek services L-Z )

Here are some snapshot observations from WHS Classrooms:

  • Teen Leadership students will starting a Teen Leadership Middle School Club for 7th and 8th graders that will focus on Social Emotional Awareness and Mental Health Awareness activities.
  • Freshmen learned about Naviance and completed the Strengths Explorer with Ms. Britton and Ms. Kurek.

  

  • Seniors in Forensics tested for blood types.

      

The Weekly Recap:

  • Tuesday, October 25th- WHS hosted a Middlesex Chamber of Commerce Meeting. Chamber members visited the new Robotics lab and heard from WHS students about their projects.

        

 

  • Tuesday, October 25th- Advisory Day- All students set up their Digital Portfolios with the new Portrait of a Graduate requirements.
  • Wednesday, October 26th- Girls Field Hockey Senior Day Westbrook defeats Waterford 3-0.

                 

  • Wednesday, October 26th- The WHS Band and Chorus Concert @ 7:30 P.M. in the WHS Auditorium

        

  • Thursday, October 27th-Members of the WHS Band visited the Coast Guard. Students learned about the composition of a march (John Philip Sousa), listened to the orchestral masterpiece Pictures at an Exhibition, and participated in a Q & A session with the Assistant Director of the Coast Guard Band, Jeff Spenner.

          

  • Thursday, October 27th-  WHS Fall Teacher/Parent Conferences were virtual and in person from 1P.M.-6 P.M. 
  • Friday, October 28th- OSW Homecoming Dance: Under the Sea @ Old Saybrook High School from 7:30 P.M.-10 P.M. Wear your parka-it's going to be a chilly one!

Upcoming Activities:

  • Monday, October 31st-Halloween-Looking forward to creative costuming. 
  • Tuesday, November 1st @ 6:30 P.M.- Virtual Financial Aid Night (Look for the link sent out by the WHS School Counseling Department.
  • Wednesday, November 2nd -Juniors have a Pathways field trip to Aerospace Alley and TheaterWorks.
  • Friday, November 4th- Quarter 1 Ends.
  • Monday, November 7th-Quarter 2 Begins.
  • Tuesday, November 8th-Election Day/Board of Education Meeting 7 PM in the WHS Library
  • Tuesday, November 8th-No school for students. Professional Development for teachers.
  • Friday, November 11th-Veterans Day - WHS Veterans Day Assembly @ 9 AM in the WHS Gymnasium/Town-wide Ceremony at 11 AM on the Westbrook Town Green. WHS Band/Chorus will perform.
  • Thursday, November 17th; Friday, November 18th; and Saturday, November 19th-WHS Theatre Department presents High School Musical @ 7 PM in the WHS Auditorium. Ticket information will be coming soon.

Athletic Schedule:

http://ciacsports.com/site/?page_id=105 

Have a safe and restful weekend.

My best,

Tara Winch

Friday Parent Update October 21st

Dear WHS Families,

I hope your week has been going well. WHS continues to be a busy place with active classrooms, senior Games, musical rehearsals, and college, career, and military visitations. The end of Quarter 1 is fast approaching (Friday, November 4th). If students are looking for a place to study or some general extra help, please know that Homework Room is available after school Monday-Thursday from 2:20 P.M.-3:35 P.M. with a late bus pick up at WMS at 3:45 P.M.

Here are some snapshot observations from WHS classrooms:

  • Seniors in UCONN/AP English are writing reflections on their recent participation in Literature Circles. They were to evaluate their role, rate of participation, and consider the effectiveness of textual evidence presented.

  

  • Seniors in Anatomy and Physiology are studying the human skeletal system. Students are identifying bones with their skeleton friend, Chad.

   

  • Juniors in AP US History are learning about the Articles of the Confederation and the Constitutional Convention. 
  • Sophomores in British Literature are studying the poetry of William Wordsworth. They are going on a nature walk next week (weather permitting) to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of nature as expressed in the poem "Tintern Abbey."

The Weekly Recap:

  • Friday, October 14th- Girls Soccer Officials Appreciation Game

  

  • Tuesday, October 18th- The National Guard held informational sessions during the lunch waves.
  • Thursday, October 20th- Boys Soccer Senior Day

    

  • Thursday, October 20th- WHS JV Math Team had a successful showing at their Math Meet at Guilford at 3:15 P.M.
  • Thursday, October 20th-Unified  Field Trip to Coginchaug High School. Students  collaborated with their Campus Unification/Unified Sports teams and tie dyed t-shirts, played a soccer game, and had a dance party. Westbrook students partnered up with Coginchaug students to meet new people and gain new experiences. Since Coginchaug has such a strong Unified program, our students took back some ideas that we want to implement in our own class as well.

  

  • Friday, October 21st- Robotics students visited the IMH Group at The Lee Company for their National Manufacturing Day.

  

  • October is Mental Health Awareness Month.

  

Upcoming Activities:

  • Tuesday, October 25th- Advisory Day- All students will set up their Digital Portfolios with the new Portrait of a Graduate requirements.
  • Wednesday, October 26th- Girls Field Hockey Senior Day (rescheduled) 3:00 P.M. Game time 4:00 P.M. vs Waterford
  • Wednesday, October 26th- The WHS Band and Chorus Concert @ 7:30 P.M. in the WHS Auditorium
  • Thursday, October 27th-  Teacher/Parent Conferences. Virtual and In Person from 1P.M.-6 P.M. More information to follow next week.
  • Friday, October 28th- OSW Homecoming Dance: Under the Sea @ Old Saybrook High School from 7:30 P.M.-10 P.M. 
  • Tuesday, November 1st @ 6:30 P.M.- Virtual Financial Aid Night
  • Friday, November 4th- Quarter 1 Ends

    Athletic Schedule:

    http://ciacsports.com/site/?page_id=105 

 
Wishing everyone a beautiful weekend.
 
My best,
Tara Winch

Friday Parent Update October 14th

Dear WHS Families,

Although a short week, it was a busy week here at Westbrook High School with academics, athletics, a major music event, and extra curricular activities. Ninth, tenth, and eleventh graders took the PSAT on Wednesday. Having all three grades take the PSAT in the fall gives students early exposure to the standardized testing format and an opportunity to challenge themselves in the areas of English and math. Teachers will also have an opportunity to assess strengths, weaknesses, progress, and growth in these areas once scores are released as a means to inform future instruction. Parents will be informed when the scores are available.

Here are some snapshot observations from WHS classrooms:

  • Freshman English classes worked on an organizer to prepare for the short story unit summative assessment essay.  The organizer includes students' thematic ideas  supported by textual evidence that will be turned into a rough draft for the formal essay in class next week.
  • Sophomore English classes worked on an organizer to prepare for the Anglo-Saxon British epic Beowulf summative assessment essay.  The organizer includes students' ideas supported by textual evidence that will be turned into a rough draft for the formal essay in class next week.
  • Seniors received Yearbook information from Mr. Bialicki regarding specific student sections, pages, formal pictures, and important deadlines.
  • Students have been engaged in problem solving  and critical thinking while manipulating applications to improve the functioning of their robots in Mr. Dailey's Robotics class.  

      

The Weekly Recap:

  • Tuesday, October 11th-Boys Soccer Pink Game

  

  • Wednesday, October 12th-Girls Soccer Senior Game

      

  • Thursday, October 13th- Girls Field Hockey Pink Game 

  

  • Thursday, October 13th- Unified Sports Trip to Mystic Aquarium with Lyme-Old Lyme High School 

  

  • The School Counseling Department hosted several college and university visits this week. 

  

  • These students were the WHS representatives at the 2022 Shoreline Music Festival, a two day event made up of students from the 12 Shoreline Conference high schools. The event culminated in a live concert at Coginchaug Regional HS on October 13th. Our students enjoyed the opportunity to collaborate with other schools and appreciated the experience. Bravo!
 
       
 
The first and third pictures are of the Shoreline Music Festival Concert Band participants.
The second photo is of the Shoreline Music Festival Concert Choir participants.

Upcoming Activities:

  • Monday, October 17th- Field Hockey Senior Day (Senior Day celebrations begin at 3:00 P.M.) 
  • Tuesday, October 18th-The National Guard will hold informational sessions during the lunch waves.
  • Thursday, October 20th- Boys Soccer Senior Day (Senior Day celebrations begin at 3:15 P.M.) 
  • Thursday, October 20th- JV Math Meet at Guilford at 3:15 P.M.
  • Friday, October 21st- Robotics students will visit the IMH Group at The Lee Company for their National Manufacturing Day.
  • Wednesday, October 26th- The WHS Band and Chorus Concert @ 7:30 P.M. in the WHS Auditorium
  • Thursday, October 27th-  Teacher/Parent Conferences. Virtual and In Person from 1P.M.-6 P.M. More information to follow next week.
  • Friday, October 28th-OSW Homecoming Dance @ Old Saybrook High School from 7:30 P.M.-10 P.M. All Westbrook students are welcome. Please see Ms. Eichler for details.
  • Tuesday, November 1st @ 6:30 P.M.- Virtual Financial Aid Night
  • Friday, November 4th- Quarter 1 ends
  • Athletic Schedule:

    http://ciacsports.com/site/?page_id=105 

 
Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the beautiful fall foliage.
My best,
Tara Winch
 

 

Friday Parent Update October 7th

Dear WHS Families,

It has been an active few weeks at WHS and it's hard to believe it is already October! Students have been busy in their classes and actively engaged in their learning. Here are some snapshot observations from WHS classrooms:

  • Freshmen have been working on a US Citizenship Research Project in Social Studies. 
  • Sophomores in AP European History have been exploring DBQs and researching how to analyze and synthesize textual information. Sophomores in Modern World History are  learning about the ingredients of a Revolution.  As part of the lesson, students worked in small groups on note taking and summarizing informational texts.  
  • Juniors are concluding an opening unit on rhetoric. They are also working on writing their own persuasive speeches using the strategies of ethos, pathos, and logos as well as various rhetorical devices. AP Language and Composition students are working on a rhetorical analysis essay using released items from past AP exams. 
  • Seniors have been working on their Senior Projects fulfilling the research component, writing letters of intent, and deciding on Internships. In addition, they have been writing Personal Essays for their college applications.

 Student Activities:

  • WHS hosted a JV Math Meet with nine high schools comprised of 20 Freshmen and 21 Sophomores competing in five rounds of questions and then a team round.  Topics included Arithmetic, Evaluations, Linear Equations (non-verbal), Arithmetic Percent, and Areas of Polygons.   

    

 

  • Rehearsals and set construction are underway for Disney's High School Musical  to be performed at WHS on November 17th, 18th, and 19th, @ 7 P.M. Ticket information will be coming soon.

               

 

  • The FCCLA Club participated in the Guilford Fair's baking contest for the first time this year. Eleven students participated and each brought home a ribbon for their hard work. In total, the club earned three 1st place ribbons, two 2nd place ribbons, and six 3rd place ribbons. The highlight was a Sophomore's  cheesecake brownies, which won Best in Show for Junior Baking!  
     

Weekly Recap:

  • Monday, October 3rd- Boys Soccer Officials Appreciation Game

    

  • Thursday, October 6th- Girls Soccer Pink Game

  

  • Thursday, October 6th and Friday, October 7th- Teacher Professional Development: Over the last two days, teachers have been using a tool called the Devereux Student Strengths Assessment (DESSA) to assess how often students demonstrate specific life skills in the past month. The purpose of the DESSA is to identify which life skills students have already learned and which skills they might still need to develop. Once teachers identify the skills students still need to learn, they will teach those skills using lesson plans that accompany the DESSA. Our goal is to ensure that students are continuously developing the skills they need for lifelong success. 

Please know that we have a new friendly face in the Main Office. Ms. Tonya Tollefsen has joined us as WHS's new Attendance/Athletics Secretary. To contact her for attendance, absences, questions, or concerns, please email her at  ttollefsen@westbrookctschools.org.

  

Upcoming Activities:

  • Monday, October 11th- No School- Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples' Day
  • Wednesday, October 12th- PSAT Day for 9th, 10th, and 11th Grade
  • Wednesday, October 12th- Music Boosters Meeting @ 6:30 P.M. in the Culinary Room
  • Wednesday, October 26th- WHS Band/Chorus Concert @ 7:30 P.M.
  • Thursday, October 27th- 1 P.M.-6 P.M. Teacher/Parent Conferences 
  • Friday, November 4th- Quarter 1 ends

Athletic Schedule:

http://ciacsports.com/site/?page_id=105 

I wish everyone a relaxing and long weekend.

My best,

Tara A. Winch

Friday Parent Update September 30th

Dear WHS Families,

Weekly Update:

  • WHS geared up to celebrate Spirit Week which culminated in an exciting and fun Field Day! Students participated in a variety of activities including a food drive to assist the Shoreline Food Pantry.
  • Our School Counseling Newsletter was sent out this Wednesday. The Newsletter contains pertinent information including testing dates, scholarship information, grade level activities, and support services in the WHS Counseling Department.
  • Senior Parents benefited from an informative post secondary planning night that was held this week by School Counselors Jill Britton and Rachel Kurek, and our Career and College Readiness Coordinator, Leslie Carson. If you were unable to attend, please contact the School Counseling Office for the information.

Upcoming Events:

  • Wednesday, October 5th-WHS Music Booster Meeting @ 6:30 P.M. in the Culinary Room
  • Thursday, October 6th-Teacher PD/Early Dismissal- 12:15P.M.
  • Friday, October 7th-Teacher PD/No school

Athletic Schedule:

http://ciacsports.com/site/?page_id=105 

Wishing everyone a safe and relaxing weekend. Happy October!

My best,

Tara Winch, Principal

 

 

Weekly Parent Update September 25th, 2022

Dear WHS Families,

So summer is behind us and fall is apon us with cool temperatures and crisp breezes. We have just completed our second full week of school and and the days have been productive and full. I hope everyone has eased into the new school year and that students are enjoying their time at the high school.

The Weekly Recap:

  • School Counselors Jill Britton and Rachel Kurek have met with all Seniors to present Post Secondary Planning information. They also worked one on one  to create Common Application accounts and add at least one  college/university to which they plan to apply. Students also updated Naviance, matched their Common Application, and worked on their resumes.
  • Every Thursday for the month of September, all grades have met in their individual Advisories to prepare for Spirit Week and Field Day to maximize teambuilding, collaboration, and participation.
  • Mr. Savage's biology students have been learning about the 4 stage life cycle of the monarch butterfly through a butterfly hatchery experiment. 
  • Mrs. Hourihan's Painting Class has been working on some murals in our library.  This project is student driven with their ideas for their favorite books and people.  Elvis and Princess Diana are just two of the faces that are being sketched in the biography section.  It's a work in progress!
  • The Broadcast Communications Class is working on the WHS Veterans Day Video. Please forward your Family Member Veteran photos to nesposito@westbrookctschools.org

 

Upcoming Activities:

  • Spirit Week

    • Monday, September 26th: Twin Day
    •  Tuesday, September 27th: Mini Me Day
    • Wednesday, September 28th: Formal Dress Day
    • Thursday, September 29th: Decade Day -Freshmen-60's, Sophomores-70's, Juniors-90's, and Seniors-80's
    • Friday, September 30th: Field Day! Wear your class colors! Freshmen- Purple, Sophomores-Blue, Juniors-Red, Seniors-Black
  • Wednesday, September 28th-Senior Parent Information Night for Post Secondary Planning @ 6PM in the WHS Library
  • Thursday, September 29th-Math Meet @ 3 PM in the WHS Library
  • Friday, September 30th-Senior Picture @ Westbrook Town Beach followed by the Senior Breakfast at the Elks. Bus departure time form WHS: 7:50 A.M.

Athletic Schedule:

http://ciacsports.com/site/?page_id=105 

I hope everyone had an enjoyable and relaxing weekend.

My best,

Tara A. Winch, Principal