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  • Westbrook Board of Education Receives Leadership Award at Major Education Convention in Connecticut

    The Westbrook Board of Education was presented with the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) Leadership Award during the annual CABE / CAPSS (Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents) Convention held at the Mystic Marriott. “CABE believes that Boards of Education which exhibit the most effective leadership are characterized by their ability to work together as teams.” The CABE Board of Education Leadership Awards are designed to recognize boards which work effectively in this manner. In order to be considered for this award, boards had to fulfill 22 of 30 criteria in four areas; community relations, board operations, policy and board member professional development. A minimum of three criteria in each area had to be met in order to receive the award. 

    As part of the nomination and application process, the Westbrook Board of Education reflected on their collaborative work over the last few years to develop a shared, community vision of educational priorities and Westbrook Board of Education goals to support all students, working closely with district and school leadership, school community stakeholders, and Westbrook Town leadership. The Westbrook Board of Education has developed goals focused on: teaching and learning; communication and community relations; leadership and professional growth; and budget development and fiscal management.  The Westbrook Board of Education has actively participated in professional development opportunities and created a structure to support the achievement of these important goals: “The BOE has become more effective because of our response to public input, collaboration on shared and district goals, increasing participation in BOE member professional development, and reorganizing the Board subcommittee structure (including adding new subcommittees-BOE Teaching and Learning and BOE Budget and Fiscal Committee and restarting the BOE Communications and Marketing Committee).” 

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  • Westbrook High School Hall of Fame Award Nomination

    Nominations and applications are now open for the newly reestablished Westbrook Hall of Fame Award. Westbrook Public Schools is looking to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of our graduates as a model for our current and future students. We are proud of our graduates and look forward to sharing and honoring their accomplishments with our community as well as with our graduating Class of 2023 as they consider their own future after graduation and how they will contribute to their profession and community. 

    For information on nominating a candidate, visit https://www.westbrookctschools.org/hall_of_fame

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  • Westbrook Portrait of a Graduate

    During the 2021-2022 school year, the school community and the community of Westbrook collaborated to share their perspectives and values about educational priorities for all students in Westbrook Public Schools.  At the June 2022 Westbrook Board of Education meeting, the Board approved the Westbrook Portrait of a Graduate.  It is with great excitement to share our final work and to communicate our appreciation to all who assisted in the development of this important vision for our students. We are proud of the inclusive nature of our community discourse and confident that this vision represents well the educational values and beliefs of the Westbrook community for the youth of Westbrook.  The Westbrook Portrait of a Graduate includes six priority attributes that describe the Westbrook High School graduate: critical problem-solver, creative thinker, effective communicator, perseverant, socially aware, and responsible decision maker.  

    To view the final result, visit https://www.westbrookctschools.org and scroll down to view the six priority attributes as well as supporting documents that helped us through the process.

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  • Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan

    View the following document to learn more about Westbrook Public Schools Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan for the 2022-2023 school year.

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  • Illness Policy

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    As we begin the new school year here in Westbrook, we open our doors to students, staff, and families in a more normal return to school than we have seen in the last few years- planning to fully welcome our families in person into our schools for events, orientation, conferences, and activities. As we transition into more normal routines and protocols as it relates to illness and COVID 19, we will follow the updated recommendations of the Center for Disease Control, Connecticut Department of Health and the Westbrook Health Department as it relates to testing, face masks, and quarantine protocols communicated in the new Launching Into Health Learning and Test, Mask, and Go guidelines. Students, staff, and school community members who are not feeling well, will be encouraged to stay home until they are feeling better.  When individuals experience mild respiratory symptoms that are similar to COVID 19 symptoms (cough, congestion, sore throat, etc.), they may continue to attend school if they have tested negative for COVID 19, wear a mask while symptomatic, are fever free, and have not had close contact with a confirmed positive case in their household. If an individual has a fever or is experiencing more significant symptoms, they will be required to stay home until they are fever free, symptoms improve, and they have tested negative for COVID 19 after a 5 day quarantine period (in most cases). We will continue to be flexible and responsive to any changes in health conditions in our area. The health and safety of our students, families, and staff will always be the highest priority. If conditions change, as it relates to COVID-19, we will continue to work closely with the Westbrook Health Director, Zachary Faiella, and the Connecticut River Area Health District, to guide any changes in protocols or school operations to keep our school community safe.
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