Grade 7-11 Semester Exams are May 23-24
Semester exams at West Side High School are approaching, and students and parents may need to plan end-of-school schedules based on test exemptions. On or before Tuesday, May 22, Grade 7-11 students wi......read more
High School Students Win Academic Awards
Senior high students Josh Maez, Kolton Lockard, and Faith Birmingham, along with junior high students Lucas Alumbaugh, Haley Gentry, and Dawson Inzer received top honors at the Academic Awards Ceremony......read more
Klepko, Roberson Earn Top Academic Spots
Alex Klepko has been named Valedictorian, and Ciara Roberson has been named Salutatorian of the West Side High School Class of 2018. Mr. Klepko, son of John and Amber McIntosh of Shirley and Brian Kle......read more
Morning, final reminder busses will run at 12 pm today. Please make sure you you send a transportation note if you need to make other arrangements. Thanks!
GT Car Wash and Bake Sale Announcement.
Congrats Rex to your retirement and thank you for 40 years of service and dedication to the students here at West Side.
Primary and School Election is today Today, the polls are open until 7:30 p.m. for voting in the Preferential Primary elections and, for West Side and some other school districts, voting in the school election. Also, the non-partisan judicial election takes place today. To view a sample ballot, consult https://www.voterview.ar-nova.org/VoterView/RegistrantSearch.do and enter voter identification information. Voters must choose a Democratic, Republican, or judicial election ballot regardless of party affiliation; however, they may not cross over to a different party if a runoff is required in June. State law requires school millage issues to appear on school election ballots; however, West Side is seeking neither an increase or decrease in the school millage.
For tonight's 7 o'clock graduation, the doors of Brady-Hipp Arena will open at 6 p.m.