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  • Parent Portal - 24/7 Access to Student Information

    Grades, Test Scores, Attendance and Assignments

    Parent Portal The Parent Portal lets you access your student's attendance, grades, test scores, assignments, and more. 

    Click here for the Parent Portal.

    To view your student's test scores, go to Navigation and select State Test Reports. Your students' test results will be displayed. Please get in touch with your school's Data Manager if you are experiencing problems with your account. 

    View instructions here.

    The PowerSchool Parent Portal interface is user-friendly and gives parents/guardians access to multiple areas of information, such as
    • Grades and attendance
    • Test results
    • Grade history

    ...and much more! Most importantly, update your contact information so we can contact you about your child's education! 

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  • Book Fair Coming Soon!

    WES Families,

    Our Book Fair will be from December 4th through December 8th in the Media Center. For a sneak peek of new titles you can expect to see during our fair or to create an ewallet for your student, visit the WES Book Fair website. 

    We invite you to visit the Book Fair with your students on Thursday, December 7th from 3:00-6:30.

    Our students are excited and we appreciate you encouraging your students to READ!

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  • 2023-24 School Supply List

    2023-24 School Supply List

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  • Face Masks

    Currently, face masks are optional for students and for staff.
    The Board of Education approved the Face Coverings policy (Policy 4231/5021/7263) on November 8, 2021, and it defines parameters that determine whether face masks are required or optional. Face masks will be required whenever the COVID positivity rate for students and staff exceeds 0.5 percent within a three-week rolling average. The status of face masks will be announced on Fridays for the following week.

    Face Coverings on buses and other school transportation are required per federal mandate. 

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  •  Community Ed Grant Winners

    Innovative Projects Impact Schools, the Community and Learning

    The Education Foundation Inc. of Caldwell County recently announced the Community Education Grant recipients for their innovative projects that impact learning in schools and the community.  "Their dedication to innovative projects positively impacts schools, the community, and learning," said Pat Triplett, Executive Director of the Foundation. "These teachers and their projects are standouts!"

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  •  Beatty shares his story with Hudson Elem students

    Renowned Author Robert Beatty Inspires 4th Graders

    Award-winning author Robert Beatty, known for the Serafina series, was selected as this year’s Little Read author for fourth-grade students, leaving an indelible mark on young readers and budding writers. Jennifer Heavner, fourth-grade teacher at Lower Creek Elementary, said her students request this beloved series every year. “They beg to read the entire series after we finish the first book,” Heavner said.

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  •  TEA Educators

    International Educators Inspired by High School Visits

    A cohort of distinguished international educators recently visited the campuses of the Caldwell Early College High School and Caldwell Applied Sciences Academy as part of the prestigious Fulbright Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA) administered by Appalachian State University and hosted by Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute.

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