Dad's Day - All dads come to spend the day at school with their children. They work and play through a typical day at school in their child’s class. This gives parents an opportunity to not only see what their child is learning at school but to also see the methods the teachers use. Parents often leave amazed at what their children can do.
This not only gives parents the opportunity to observe their children in action, but to also meet and talk with other parents.
On any day, parents are invited to observe their child's class through the observation window.
Holiday Program - Every class in the school has an act in the Holiday Program and every child, from 2 years to 15 years, has a part! Singing, dancing, and holiday cheer kick off the holidays!
New Surroundings - Children with autism spectrum disorders are often uncomfortable in new environments. Westview students
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