Westbrook Elementary School 70th Annual Carnival is Coming!
Come Early. Have Fun. Stay for Dinner. Games, Rides, and Great Food
Westbrook Elementary School is holding its 70th annual Carnival on Friday, May 2th from 3 to 7 pm. The festivities will include moon bounces, games, activities for younger children, and a Carnival Marketplace. A variety of food will be available. Come on out for this wonderful Westbrook tradition, which will be fun for all ages!
Washington Post, “Another Generation Set for Westbrook Elementary Carnival”
Bethesda Magazine, "Westbrook Carnival Brings Neighborhood Together"
Westbrook Elementary School
We did it! In an amazing display of collaboration many MCPS offices, Hess construction, Westbrook staff and our community members worked tirelessly and patiently to survive the noise and the dust and at last the finish line is in sight! The first days and weeks of school have been a great success and we are so pleased to be in our beautiful “new” building. Although there are still some final details to complete on the “punch list” our building addition saga is coming to a close.
Be creative & have fun during Westbrook Spirit Days!
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Homework: How Parents Can Help
Homework is a great opportunity for students to practice what they have learned in class and begin to master the subject matter. It is also an opportunity for parents to get involved in their child’s education. Helping children with homework isn’t always easy and making it meaningful to the student requires cooperation and communication among the teachers, students and parents. This parent checklist provides some useful tips on how to help your child develop good study habits and complete their homework successfully:
- Show that you believe education and homework are important.
- Provide guidance.
- Encourage your child to utilize the free homework resources that MCPS provides for all students.
- Work with your child’s teachers to resolve problems and overcome obstacles.
MCPS Parent Guides
The MCPS Parent Guides will give you an overview of the grade level program and explain what your child will be learning in reading and language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. The information in these guides will assist you in providing support for your child throughout the school year.