2014-2015 SY Summer Reading Requirements Below you will find links to the Summer Reading Lists for English I, English II, English III, English IV Honors, and AP Literature (12th). Each grade level list has specific activities that must be completed for the 2014-2015 School Year. English I-III Honors Students – Be advised of the following required readings for your specific grade level:
English I Honors: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
English II Honors: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
English III Honors: The Jungle by Upton Sinclair
2015 Freshman Registration is now available. This document contains all of the courses available for incoming freshmen at Ft. Pierce Westwood.
For additional course details and information, please refer to the Curriculum Guide. These are available in the links below and on the “Handbooks and Guides” menu.Read More
We are excited to welcome you and your child to the Westwood Panther Family. We are sending this letter as a personal invitation for you to tour Westwood High School during our first Open House on August 15, 2013 from 6-8pm. freshman orientation presentation will be held in the auditorium at the Westwood main campus and will last approximately 30 minutes. This presentation will include time for any questions you may have. Time for students to explore will be provided following each session for students to explore and become familiar with their new school. Students will then be able to pick up schedules, sign up for transportation, and athletics. It is our goal for you to have all the information you need and an opportunity to ask questions before school starts on August 19, 2013.
All incoming 9th Grade students at both the MAIN and MOA campus will become members of the 9th Grade PRIDE Academy. As maturing adolescents, ninth graders must undergo the difficult transition from middle to high school. As they face the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual challenges of this stage of their development, it is easy for them to feel overwhelmed, confused and alone. The goal of the PRIDE Academy is to create a support-rich environment that maximizes student success in the first year of high school. Our commitment is to ease the transition into high school and help more students stay in school and progress towards graduation.
Once again, we welcome you to Panther Country and are looking forward to meeting you soon. Appointments can be made for the Main Campus by calling 772.468.5420 or for the MOA Campus by calling 772.468.5025.
Presley L. Charles, Ed. D.
Assistant Principal – PRIDE AcademyRead More