Great FREE Summer Camp opportunities for rising 6th-9th graders, Media Arts, Aeronautics, and Robotics. Online registration only, available at the Greenwood District 50 webpage. Limited space, filling quickly.Westview's Duke Tip Scholars!
Qualifying for State Recognition from Westview Middle School are Austin Horne, Clara Brown, Patrick Torgerson, Henry Logan and Ryan Burrell.The Grand Recognition Ceremony is held in May at Duke University. Qualifying for Grand Recognition from Westview Middle School are Clara Brown and Patrick Torgerson. Congratulations students!STEMS Students of the Week2018-2019Future City CompetitionMueller's Factory TripSTEMs Students of the Week!
6th Grade STEMS Teambuilding!Left to Right: Ashby Elliott, John Wiseman, Christopher Edwards, Daniela Vergara, Natalie Jones, Grace Davis, Jasmine Witt, Ryan Sprouse, John Turner, Eric Gardner, Matthew Quinn, and Andrew PolattyTwo 7th graders from Westview took the SAT as a part of the Duke University Talent Identification Program, and had scores which qualify them for state recognition. These students scored at or above the national average of recent high school graduates on at least one part of the SAT. Students to earn this honor from Westview are from left Stokes Cromer and Matthew Hines.Congratulations to our STEMs students for winning 8 out of the possible 13 awards at the Invention Convention in Greenville, SC! Over 1500 students in SC competed!Westview Middle School is proud to have the distinction of earning AdvancED STEM Certification. This certification recognizes that our STEM educational programs have met the rigor and substance vital to creating and sustaining superior, student-centered STEM teaching and learning programs. We are committed to preparing our learners for the careers of tomorrow by continuing to foster and perpetuate their enthusiasm for STEM disciplines today. Our focus on STEM, demonstrates our continued commitment to motivate, engage, and empower students in their learning for future success.Westview's STEM students find environmental waste management solutions by creating model cities!Pictured are the winners of the 2016 Future City competition and the winning city, LaBombe'T.Conner Pederson wins the FCA Gary Russ scholarship!The Gary Russ scholarship seeks to honor a coach or athlete for exemplary Christian leadership. Daily he/she is “all in,” putting forth his/her best effort and displaying a Christ-like attitude both on and off the field of play. This athlete/coach is well respected and a great representative of Christ.Rohan Srivastava and Lyle Tennant receiveGSSM scholarship!
Westview Middle School students receive 2015 (GSSM) Summer Scholarship
Eighth grade STEMS students, Rohan Srivastava and Lyle Tennant received scholarships to attend the S.C. Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM) 2015 summer program. Rohan and Lyle modeled academic excellence at the 2014 iTEAMS and, for their effort, they were awarded the scholarship to attend the 2015 GoSciTech. The GoSciTech program will afford Rohan and Lyle a challenging hands-on course, fun evening activities, and the chance to form new friendships!Duke TIP Scholars!Four 7th graders from Westview Middle School took the SAT or ACT as a part of the Duke University Talent Identification Program, and had scores which qualify them for state recognition. These students scored at or above the national average of recent high school graduates on at least one part of the SAT or ACT. Students to earn this honor from Westview are Andrew Polatty, John Turner, Eric Gardner, and John Wiseman.2015 Invention ConventionFrom left: Susan Timmerman, STEM science teacher, Elizabeth Slimmer, Principal Steve Glenn, Parker Boggs, Jonathan Gragg, Skylar Gravely, Grant Witt, and Nicole Ouzts, Gateway PTLW and STEMS science teacherSTEMS students participated in the 2015 Invention Convention in Greenville, March 16-17. Five students from Westview won prizes for their inventions, and Westview had the most students to place in the Invention Convention in the Upstate.
STEMS students transformed recycled laptops and created cityscapes!STEMS Genetic Center Field Trip