REMINDER: There will be no school on Monday, January 18th, 2021, in observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Classes will return to a regular schedule, five days a week, beginning Tuesday, January 19th, 2021.
High School Integrated Math Teacher 2021-2022 School Year
Did You Know? January is School Board Recognition Month in Ohio. Thank you to the Westfall Local School District Board of Education members for their hard work, dedication, and continued efforts to make Westfall Local Schools the best it can be!
Please see the attached job postings for: Spring Sport Supplemental 2020-2021
Wishing you and your family health, happiness, and prosperity in the new year. Happy 2021, Mustangs!
Classes resume on Tuesday, January 5, 2021. Westfall Local School District will continue to follow the hybrid learning model through Friday, January 15, 2021. We will keep you informed of any future updates.
Please see the attached posting for: Fall Coaches Supplemental Openings for the 2021-2022 School Year
As a Christmas thank you for all their hard work throughout the year, the Board of Education gifted each Westfall staff member with a Honeybaked Ham. Thank you to our Board of Education for this generous gift!
REMINDER: Districtwide 2-hour early dismissal for all students on Friday, December 18, 2020. School will not be in session from December 21 through January 4 for the winter break. School will resume for students on Tuesday, January 5, 2021.
Mrs. Yeager's class invited Michael Blue, Deputy Thomas' K9 partner, to her Family Consumer & Science classroom and surprised him with homemade healthy dog treats made by her students! The treats are made with peanut butter and pumpkin and are sure to be a hit with any pup! Michael Blue gave them a "two paws up" review!
Congratulations to WMS Art teacher, Mrs. Kathy Fuller! She was recently recognized by the Ohio Art Education Association (OAEA) and awarded the 2020 Ohio Middle Division Art Educator Award! Well deserved!
Congratulations to Westfall Middle School's November Students of the Month! 6th - Haley Spangler & Trevor Drone 7th - Kaelynn Walls & LJ Moore 8th - Sydney Fuller & Drew Roberts
Eighth-grader Marianna Packer, pictured here with her Language Arts teacher, Mrs. Davey, was the winner of the “Write in Red, Red Ribbon Week” contest for Westfall Middle School, winning $100 for her essay! The Paint Valley ADAMH Board sponsors the annual drug-abuse prevention campaign, seeking essays composed in red ink by teenagers with suggestions on how to prevent drug, alcohol, and tobacco abuse. Congratulations, Marianna!
Sophomore Mason Jacobs was the winner of the “Write in Red, Red Ribbon Week” contest for Westfall High School, winning $100 for his essay! The Paint Valley ADAMH Board sponsors the annual drug-abuse prevention campaign, seeking essays composed in red ink by teenagers with suggestions on how to prevent drug, alcohol, and tobacco abuse. His winning essay was then sent on to the next level, where it was judged against Pickaway County winning essays and was chosen as the county winner, awarding him a $500 scholarship. Congratulations, Mason!
Westfall NHS is hosting a blood drive on Sunday, January 3 from 8 AM-2 PM. This is outside the normal school schedule, but the Red Cross is in urgent need of blood. Hospitals always have a critical need for blood during the holiday season. Donors will receive a free shirt! Your blood will also be tested for COVID-19 antibodies. Sign up by following this link and searching for westfallhs: https://www.redcrossblood.org/
Congratulations to WMS Staff Members of the Month, Tish Chenoweth and Nancy Downing! Thank you for all you do for the staff and students at Westfall! We appreciate you!
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The students and staff at Westfall Middle School recently donated handmade Christmas stockings to veterans, each with a note thanking them for their service.
As part of our annual community service project led by the wonderful Ms. T, staff wrapped and stuffed Christmas boxes with small toys, socks, crayons, and books to be delivered to Pickaway County Children Services to distribute to the children in their care this holiday season!