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Westmount News



Welcome back to the 2019-2020 school year! 

Please click below for the Calendar and Newsletter that went home.

Here are a few FORMS in case you need them.

September Calendar 

September Newsletter - Updated Sept. 20 - Newsletter 

Parent Council Meeting - All Parents Welcome

Wednesday, October 9th ⋅5:30pm

Dress Code

Year at a Glance Calendar

Nutrition Program

The Lunch Lady

Digital Learning Tools

Reminder - Special Lunches on Thursday 



Morning Supervision begins at 8:45am, entry is at 8:58am. Afternoon entry is at 12:28pm. Dismissal is at 3:10pm.

 Please provide updates to phone numbers or emergency contacts in your child's planner or a letter to the Office. If you need to make a temporary change to your child's dismissal routine, a note must be sent to the Office. 

 Please use your student planner to communicate if your child needs to be dismissed early for an appointment. They will be waiting at the Office at the specified times.  


Don't forget to Order your WESTMOUNT Spring SPIRIT WEAR here 



  Westmount Wolverine Spirit Wear



Author Visit to Westmount - Nadia Hohn  written by Lalear

 On December 11th  a Local Author name Nadia L. Hohn to visit Westmount. For JK to Grade 2’s, Ms. Nadia read Malaiak’s Costume. It about Caribbean culture celebration call Carnival. It takes place in August. She shows the fancy hats people wear in the Parade in the Caribbean. For the Grade 3 to 5, they heard the story of Miss. Lou, Louise Bennett Coverley an Author. The book is called “A Likkle Miss Lou”. Ms. Nadia told us that Miss. Lou was a Jamaican poet, folklorist,writer, and educator. The book is about Miss. Lou passion for writing. Thank you Ms. Nadia for coming in to Westmount J.S. by Lalear.




Family Paint Night with Roxane Tracey from Fresh Paint Studios

“We were painting a canvas and making a family tree. We put tape on the canvas so that it looks like a tree and you sponged the canvas with paint. When the paint was dry you take off the tape and it looks like a tree.  Then you put birds on it, each bird represents one family member. That is what happened at paint night. It was fun.” By Barbara

Family Tree Video by Divya Family Tree Video 



TFC 11 School Day Game

Location Change for Toronto School Day Game on May 9th is being relocated to Monarch Park Stadium (1 Parkmount Rd, Toronto, ON M4J0A5) 

Welcome Jake - Students on Ice presenter

The Students on Ice Arctic expedition is a profound hands-on experience for youth to expand their knowledge of the changing circumpolar world, fosters a new understanding and respect for the planet, and gains the inspiration and motivation needed to help lead us to a healthy and sustainable future.

Jake - Students on Ice Presenter

“I learned that it takes time to put this cylinder in the Pencil. I'll see if I can make that cylinder and practice because it was HARD and next time I'll be prepared to put the cylinder in the pencil.” By Strahinja

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The Kindness Rock Project

Kindness rock on shelf

The idea of Kindness Rocks was created by a woman named Megan Murphy. She painted rocks and wrote a kind message and left it on a beach for other people to find. The kindness Rocks Project began at Westmount when we, grade fours, were learning about rocks and minerals in class. We were also reading a novel called “Wonder” at the time. Wonder was all about kindness.     (Sarha)

In our school we started painting rocks and placing them inside the school so everyone can find it and be happy.  (Servan)

How it worked around the school was, we would hide a rock where someone can find it then when they find it they will pass it on. It made people feel happy, excited and feel good.    (Halima)



Battery Recycling Challange

"I'm excited to share this with you! Our school will be one of just 125 schools participating in the Ontario Schools Battery Recycling Challenge. Please read the parent letter sent home where you'll find information on how to access a bunch of awesome resources provided for us. We'll have the opportunity to win cash rewards, and of course the satisfaction of knowing that we've created awareness in our community, and diverted batteries from ending up in landfill!! (Extra bonus, some funds are also donated to Sick Kids Hospital.) Now let's all start bringing in those dead batteries! from Ms. Ayllon"   student in front of battery collection barrel

Recycle Batteries picture



Author Visit

Author Rukhsana Khan     

 "Ms. Khan was kind enough to read her book "Big Red Lollipop" to us. Then she allowed us to ask questions, she answered our questions and in the end I enjoyed the Author's visit." Rahma - Gr. 1

Author Rukhsana Khan


Rukhsana Khan

She is a great Canadian Author with all her books, Big Red Lollipop, Bedtime Ba-a-a-a-alk, The Roses in my Carpet,... Her and her books are amazing. I can't wait for her furture books! If you want to know more about her you can go to her website and her Youtube channel. www.rukhsanakhan.com  Rukhsana Khan Youtube  by Ibrahim J - Gr.4