Visual and Performing Arts
West Palms Conservatory is a visual and performing arts school with high academic and behavioral expectations dedicated to fostering creative thinking, goal-setting and achievement through the exploration of music, language and art.
"The life of the arts, far from being an interruption, a distraction, in the life of a Nation, is close to the center of a nation's purpose -- and is a test of the quality of a Nation's civilization"
-John F. Kennedy
Thursday December 22 is a minimum day. We will dismiss students at 12:05.
We will be closed for Christmas break starting December 23, and students return, Tuesday January 10, 2017. Reminder that we start serving breakfast at 7:00 am. It is very important to have your children to school on time each and every day, we start promptly at 7:40 each day.
Happy Holiday from the West Palms family to yours,
Mrs. Jackie Lester
Front Parent Pick-up
Thank you to all our families for cooperating with our changes to parent pick-up. We have spent all week assuring our front pick-up families all have the signs for their rear view mirror. Starting Monday if you do not have your sign hanging from your mirror we will ask you to park and walk to pick up your child. Thank you all in advance for your support in this area. If you need additional signs they cost $1.00 and you can pick them up in the school office.
Veteran's Day Special
Recycling at West Palms
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School Accountability Report Card
The governing boards of California school districts must annually prepare and issue the School Accountability Report Card (SARC) for each elementary and secondary school under their jurisdiction. SARC reports are required by law to provide parents, the local business community, and interested parties with important information about a school's progress in 16 key areas. These conditions cover such topics as progress toward meeting goals in reading, writing, and arithmetic progress toward reducing dropout rates and the amount of funds spent on salaries and other services. The School Accountability Report Card was established by Proposition 98, an initiative passed by California voters in November of 1988.
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