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Welcome To Westside Park Elementary School

Westside Park Elementary School, next to Westside Park in Adelanto, is a California Distinguished School that has unique architecture, a diverse and well-qualified staff, and a caring, safe and rigorous learning environment for its students. Westside Park's mascot is the Wildcat, and holds a student population of over 500 students.

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Virtual Office

AESD Families: Parent Education Classes/Clases de Educación para Padres

Parent Services is offering classes for all parents/guardians with children in the Adelanto Elementary School District. Click "Read More" to see the details.

Attention Parents/Atención Padres! If your child is an English Language Learner/si su hijo está aprendiendo inglés

This February and March your student will be administered the Summative English Language Proficiency Assessment for California (ELPAC).

Este articula tambien esta en Espanol. Click READ MORE for ELPAC Do's & Dont's.

Weekly Announcements for the Week of 1/19/2021
PBIS Virtual Friendship Dance
AESD Families: AYA After-School Survey! We would like your thoughts!

For the second year, AESD has partnered with Action Youth America (AYA) for their after-school programs. AYA has provided opportunities in Homework Assistance, Academic Enrichment and Physical Fitness. If your child is part of AYA After-School Programs, we would like for you to complete a survey. Thank you!

Survey: Please Click Here

Upcoming Student Testing - January 12th and January 19th through February 12th

This year your child will be taking a test called the Interim Comprehensive Assessment or ICA if they are in grades 3-8. Students in grades 1-2 will be taking Math and English Language Arts Assessments from their GoMath and Wonders Books. These tests will be administered to your child via Zoom from January 19th through February 26th. Students will complete a 'Dry Run' on January 12th (during this day, students will log into the test but not actually take it - we just want to make sure everyone is comfortable with the steps they will need to take during the real test). The data from these tests​ will help educators provide instruction and support to help your student succeed. Below you will find a Step by Step Guide of what your student will do in order to take these Assessments. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s teacher.  Thank you for your support.  Stay safe!

How 3rd through 8th Grade Students Take CAASPP Interim Assessments at Home

How 1st Grade Students Take Math Assessments at Home

How 1st Grade Students Take ELA Assessments at Home

How 2nd Grade Students Take Math Assessments at Home

How 2nd Grade Students Take ELA Assessments at Home

 

Adult English Classes

Coding Class - Clase de Codificación

District and School Sites Closing to Public Access

AESD Response to the Governor’s “Stay at Home” Order

AESD Respuesta a La Orden de Permanecer en Casa del Gobernador

ELAC/ SSC/Coffee with Administration Meeting-Juntas de ELAC/SSC/Café con Administración
Meal Distribution/Distribución de Comida
Technology Support: Chromebook

Parents: Please learn more about your child's Chromebook. The following information includes distance learning guides and tutorials.

Hotspot Request Form

Parents fill out the attached form to request a hotspot for your home for student use on their Chrome book.  Availability is limited and prioritized to foster youth, homeless and low income. Hotspot will be disbursed based on criteria. click here