Thursday Thunder T-shirts available now. These special T-shirts are for those who support our Thursday night grades 5-8 football players and cheerleaders. The orders are due Thursday, September 20 at noon. [Download the application form.]

Congratulations Homecoming Representatives 12th – Claire Collins, Brooke Simmons, Ashley Miller 11th – Ashley Waters, 10th – Morgan Singleton, 9th – Callie Smith — Homecoming is coming up on October 12th. GO CATS!

Today the Cross country meet will be hosted BY WESTWOOD at Bubba and Andrea Lamberth’s land at 3pm. GO CATS. Thank you to Bubba and Andrea for making this possible.

The Thursday game at Brookwood will be 7th and 8th grade ONLY.

The Pelham Wildlife Festival is accepting artwork for the Student Art Show. Applications are available in the HS office and the Elementary office. The deadline to enter is September 20 and applications are to be turned in at the Pelham Chamber of Commerce.

There is no varsity football game this week. Next week on October 5, we will play Brookwood at HOME. Rest up and come out then to support the cats.

Cross Country will be hosted by Deerfield Saturday. RUN CATS RUN!

REMINDER TO PICK OUT YOUR CLOTHES FOR SCHOOL PICS THIS WEEKEND: School pictures will be Tuesday, September 25. We will also be doing senior retakes that day and seniors will be off campus during 4th period. Plan ahead so you don’t have to scramble on picture day.

The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is proud to announce the formation of the Governor’s Commission on Teen Driving. Georgia drivers between 15 and 19 years of age are encouraged to apply for this prestigious opportunity. The Governor’s Commission on Teen Driving will include 15-20 teen drivers selected from applications received by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. The teens selected will assist Governor Nathan Deal in developing a statewide strategy, using non-traditional methods, to educate teen drivers on the risks and consequences of texting and driving, distracted driving, and alcohol impaired driving, with the ultimate goal of reducing teen crashes, injuries and fatalities on Georgia highways. Applicants must agree to the Terms and Conditions, and be willing to serve a minimum one year term. If interested, see Mrs. Paige for instructions to apply. All applications must be submitted online by Thursday, September 20th 2012.


Fall Festival is Saturday, November 3rd , and we have several new booths planned for this year’s festival. One new booth is “ALL THINGS WILDCAT ” which will feature gently-used Westwood items for sale. 

As you begin cleaning out closets, please donate any t-shirts, jerseys, cheerleader uniforms or sweatshirts that your student has outgrown. Remember, anything WILDCAT or orange/white will be available for sale. Other suggestions for donations include stadium seats, car magnets, ribbons, pom poms or caps. You may send these items to school in bags labeled “PTO” now or until the festival. 

If you missed the Open House/PTO meeting, you can join by returning the completed form to your student’s teacher. We are still in need of volunteers to help plan the festival, teacher appreciation events and other PTO projects. Please email [email protected]

“Westwood PTO promotes and encourages a supportive relationship between parents, students and teachers, in order to support the quality educational programs at Westwood Schools.”