2016 - 2017 
Substitute Orientation
August 25, 2016

Need to register your child for school? Call Mrs. Lentz at  854-0810 ext 2051 between 8 and 3pm, Monday through Friday to make an appointment.

Westbrook School Department
Special Education
Record Destruction

 Westbrook School Department plans to destroy special education records of former students whose birth dates are between January 1, 1988 and December 31, 1989. Parents/Guardians and/or former students may obtain their records before August 31, 2016. Records not picked up will be destroyed. Proper identification will be required. 

For more information please contact:
    Westbrook Special Services 
    WestbrookMaine     (207) 854-0850

The Summer Food Service Program provides FREE lunches to all children under the age of 19


Lunches will be served June 21 through August 24

Click below  for all the locations and meal times

Westbrook READS Summer 2016

It's summer, and once again we are encouraging all of our students and their families to participate in Westbrook READS by reading books of your choice for at least 15 minutes a day. Reading independently, reading aloud, listening to someone else read, or listening to audio books are all ways to participate. 

 Students in grades K-8 are asked to complete the Westbrook READS 'Get in the Game' challenge which is co-sponsored by the school libraries,  the Walker Memorial Library through the Westbrook Children's Project. Students who keep track of their reading and will be invited to a special celebration in September. Download and print the form or pick one up at the Walker Memorial Library.

 Students in grades 9-12 are asked to read one book from the "Read-Alike" list for their grade level (books that are similar in theme, genre, or style to another book they have read) as well as another book of their choice before school begins.  For read-alike lists and more information about ways to access books, visit the WHS library website.

We hope everyone will participate and enjoy a summer filled with recreation, relaxation, and READING!

Peter Lancia, Ph. D.
Assistant Superintendent of Schools

Click HERE for the Westbrook READS 'Get in the Game' challenge log sheet