Westbrook Announcements:


We are proud to announce our 2016 Valedictorian and Salutatorian!  Anna Kate Wright has earned the top spot in her class with a GPA of 100.92.  Anna Kate plays varsity soccer and is the senior class president. She is in the National Honor Society, the Beta Club and Mu Alpha Theta.  Right behind Anna Kate is Chase Smidt with a GPA of 99.52.  Chase is the president of the Beta Club and a member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta.  We’re very proud of these outstanding seniors!!

It’s Time for the High School Book Fair!

Where? The High School Library/Media Center

When?  February 5th– 12th

What time?  M/TU/TH . . . 8:00 – 4:00, W/F . . . 8:00 – 3:00

Who can come? Anyone!  Grades 4th – 6th will be able attend at regular library times and 7th-12th will have special times for their classes to attend.

After School Parent Events will be Tuesday and Thursday Afternoons from 3-4. There will be a drawing for attending parents for $25 worth of books and merchandise. Refreshments will also be served.

For more information check out our new Book Fair Website:


The Book Fair is now online . . . link into the Online Fair from our Book Fair Homepage.


Our middle school students recently competed in the JUNA (Junior United Nations Assembly) competition held at Birmingham Southern.  They won several awards!

Gabby Prime – Best Girl Delegate, Mini Grant Award

Brandon Morgan – Best Boy Delegate

Brett Fouts – Best Boy Delegate

The Nauru team – Outstanding Nation, Project Board Honorable Mention

The Israel team – Best Prepared Nation

Caroline Weathington – Erin McPherson Nomination

A special thanks to Mrs. Streip who sponsors this group and works with them for many hours outside of school.  Congratulations!

Middle School Scholar’s Bowl

Westbrook’s Middle School Scholar’s Bowl students have put in a lot of effort over the past year getting ready for the district and state tournaments.  From October through December, each Wednesday they competed against local schools and continued to improve in their knowledge and processing skills. This past Saturday our Middle School Scholar’s Bowl team competed in the Middle School District Tournament held at Gadsden City High School.  Eleven teams from northeast Alabama attended and were divided into two pools. The top two teams from each pool automatically qualified for the State Tournament. We were in pool A with 5 other schools.  We finished the 5 round pool play with 4 wins and 1 loss and tied with two other teams for the top spot.  Each team had beaten a different team so no team was beaten head to head.  The tie breaker then went to the Point Total Average per round.Our team finished with a point total average of 282 per round.  This putus second in our pool and qualified our students for state.  I cannot express just how proud and excited I am that these students competed so well and will have the opportunity to compete at State!  The State tournament will be held on Saturday, February 27 at Hoover High School.  Please congratulate and keep the members of our scholar’s bowl team in your prayers as they continue to prepare for the tournament.  I would also like to thank the rest of the members of the Scholar’s Bowl class for their help and participation each day in class and to the high school members who helped out by running the local match tournaments. The members of the 2015-2016 Westbrook Middle School Scholar’s Bowl team who competed and qualified for the state tournament are Will Vice, Brett Fouts, Issac Barkley, Deacon Godfrey, Lauren Taylor, and Joy Buchi.  CONGRATULATIONS to each one of you!


6’1” Senior Guard Kyle Leonard scored his 1000th career point for the Westbrook Warriors Thursday night against the Gaston Bulldogs. Kyle has been a starter for the Warriors for the past 3 years. He has excelled not only on the basketball floor but also in the classroom. Best of luck to Kyle and all of the members of the Westbrook Varsity Boys Basketball Team for the rest of the season.

Abby Lockridge

The Gadsden Times called her a “sharp shooter”, yeah, that sounds about right. To earn the title of “sharp shooter” one has to put in a great deal of practice, effort, care and precision.  Those are ways any coach would describe Abby. She has spent countless hours in the gym working on her shot. Many have said over the years, “I love to watch her shoot” or “Man that girl has range”. The hard work and determination paid dividends Tuesday, January 26th against Walter Wellborn. Abby Lockridge in the second quarter of play off of a screen from senior Paige Williams and an inbound pass from Olivia Graham, Abby scored a 3 point shot she will not forget.  Abby has played basketball since the 7th grade for Westbrook; she embodies what all coaches are looking for in a player no matter the sport.  She is coachable, hardworking, determined, focused, and driven. I am very proud of her! Congrats Abbs!

Coach Barkley

Send Your Candy Gram Today!

…Deadline Wednesday, February 10th…

Valentine’s Day is only a few weeks away!  Key Club is once again selling  Candy Grams to let those special people in your life know that you are thinking about them on Valentine’s Day.  Fill out the attached form and return it to any Key Club officer or turn it into the office in an envelope marked Key Club by Wednesday, February 10th. Candy Grams will be delivered on Friday, February 12th to classes. Let that special someone know just how special they are!

WCS Key Club Valentine Candy Grams


Administrator: Mrs. Greer

Elementary/Early Childhood Director: Mrs. Handley

Assistant Principal: Mr. Kennedy