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May 24th is a very important date for Fulton Schools, including Westlake and it's feeder schools. This is the day that our community votes for or against the use of SPLOST funds. Please make sure to get out there and vote! 

FAQ and Info:

FCS_CP2022 FAQ_NEW[3].pdf

Westlake and Westlake Feeder Schools Info:

FCS_CP2022 HS_Westlake.pdf

​​Parents- Please read below:


SB-10 In-District Transfer Application Process: As a provision of the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Program (GSNSP), parents of students with disabilities who receive special education serv​ices may choose to transfer their child to another public school in Fulton County. Parents can request a transfer to another public school as long as there is available space at that school and the school has a program with the services agreed to in the student’s existing individualized education program. Please click here for more information about the GSNSP in Fulton County schools and to access the online application form. The application window is March 1-May 1, 2016. Questions may be directed to the Services for Exceptional Children department at servicesforexceptionalchildren@fultonschools.org​


 Westlake Pride

 The Lion's Pride

​Greetings Westlake Families, ​

Only 13 spaces remaining! Please be reminded that the deadline to register and reserve your
child's spot for this awesome opportunity is Friday, April 29, 2016. If you do not have children currently in 4th-8th grades, please pass this information along to friends and family
with children who could benefit from this opportunity. Application and payment may be brought
to the Westlake HS Main Office (ask for Mrs. Ouida Burke) or may be mailed (postmarked by
April 29th) to:

EarSketch Summer Camp

Westlake High School

c/o Mrs. Ouida Burke

2400 Union Rd. SW

Atlanta, GA 30331

EarSketch Music Coding Summer Camp

It's finally here! Students in the grades below who live in the Westlake HS attendance zone are
eligible to apply for this wonderful opportunity. Once selected, seats will be filled based on date
of payment. Once seats are filled, no additional payments will be accepted. Please share with families of elementary and middle school students in the Westlake HS attendance zone. The
camp will be facilitated by Westlake HS Computer Science faculty & students with support from Georgia Tech CEISMC.


Open only to those who live in the Westlake HS attendance zone!

·        June 6-10 (current 4th and 5th graders)

·        June 20-24 (current 6th, 7th, and 8th graders)

Location: Westlake High School, 2400 Union Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30331

Cost: $75

Description: Creatively learn foundational coding concepts by mixing music samples made by
Young Guru, Jay-Z’s producer and tour DJ. Students have fun learning computer science
principles by making music.  Sound samples from 15 genres ranging from dub step to hip hop
to gospel can be mixed to come up with original music that the student owns the copyright.
The camp culminates with a parent student music-mixing showcase.

Those selected will receive an email link that includes a full application that they return with payment to Westlake. You must upload a copy of this student's official discipline report.
​Applications without a discipline report will not be considered as complete.

Please read the latest edition of the Westlake PRIDE newsletter along with the important
information regarding GA Milestones Assessments taking place starting next week.

Westlake PRIDE - April 18, 2016

GA Milestones EOC Assessments Information

We are fast approaching our testing administration for the Georgia Milestones Assessments. 
Below you will find important information regarding our testing schedule, content specific
review guides, and general testing tips.

  • Testing begins promptly each morning at 8:20 AM. Late students will not be admitted into the
    secure testing labs. 

  • All EOC assessments will count as 20% of a student’s final grade for that course.

  • Students are encouraged to get a good night’s rest and eat breakfast each morning during our
    testing window.

  • All assessments will be given online.

  • Hand-held calculators will not be permitted for use during testing as an online calculator will be 
    provided in the platform.

  • Students are not permitted to bring calculators, cell phones, or smartwatches into the testing environment.  These items will be confiscated as they are a breach of testing security.

  • Check-outs will not be permitted during our testing window. 

EOC Testing Window:  Monday, April 25th - Friday, May 6th



April 25th

  • U.S. History

April 26th

  • American Literature (Sections 1&2)

April 27th

  • 9th Grade Literature (Sections 1&2)

  • Economics

  • Make-Up Exams: American Literature & U.S. History

April 28th

  • 9th Grade Literature (Section 3 only)

  • American Literature (Section 3 0nly)

April 29th

Make-Up Exams

  • 9th Grade Literature (Section 3 only)

  • American Literature (Section 3 only)

  • Economics

May 2nd

  • Biology

May 3rd

  • Physical Science

May 4th

  • GSE Geometry

Make-Up Exams

  • Biology

  • Physical Science

May 5th

  • Algebra I

May 6th

Make-Up Exams

  • Algebra I

  • GSE Geometry


Please find below the EOC Testing and Review plans for each EOC Subject:


U. S. History

You are cordially invited to Westlake’s U.S. History TEST JAM on Thursday, April 21st from
4:00pm-7:30pm. (Registration, food, and entertainment will begin promptly at 3:45 in the
cafeteria).  Don’t be late!  You can’t walk around the school.  The doors will close! 
No Late Entry will be allowed!  Please complete the information below and submit this
form to your U.S. History teacher by Tuesday, April 19th. (NO EXCEPTIONS).  Don’t miss
your opportunity to come and CRAM and JAM with us!


You are cordially invited to Westlake’s Economics TEST JAM on Tuesday, April 19th from
4:00pm-7:30pm. (Registration, food, and entertainment will begin promptly at 3:45 in the
cafeteria).  Don’t be late!  You can’t walk around the school.  The doors will close!  No Late
Entry will be allowed!  Please complete the information below and submit this form to your
Economics teacher by Friday, April 15th. (NO EXCEPTIONS).  Don’t miss your opportunity to
come and CRAM and JAM with us!


American Literature

TEST FORMAT AND STRATEGIES – 10 MIN (Knowing the test is the first step to success)

RHETORICAL DEVICES – 15 MIN (Ethos, Logos, Pathos, Parallelism, Irony, Tone, & Structure)

WRITING AND THE C.E.I. MODEL – 35 MIN (Thesis Statements; Style; Using Textual Evidence;
and Call to Action and Conclusions)

                        -NARRATIVE ESSAYS

                        -ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAYS

                        -EXPOSITORY ESSAYS

WHEN & WHERE – 3:45 until 4:45 PM


-RM 439 w/Mr. Reynolds, or RM 471.1 w/Ms. Sanders



-RM 159 w/Mr. Bailey or RM 268 w/Mrs. Hernandez

*If you attend, you will receive a 10 point bonus coupon to apply to an assignment of your choice. Ask your teacher if he or she will honor this coupon.


9th Grade Literature

The Ninth grade team decided to use Edgenuity as a form of remediation and review for the upcoming Georgia Milestone Exam. This plan was made available to students on March 10, 2016 by all teachers. Additionally, at the last PLC meeting each teacher was instructed to provide their class with a benchmark on USA Test prep in order for teachers to be able to gauge what standards needed to be reviewed in class. All benchmarks should be completed no later than Monday April 18, 2016 so that the data can be discussed in the upcoming PLC meeting.  The data from the benchmarks will then inform our lesson plans in class remediation.

USA Test Prep: www.usatestprep.com

Student Activation Information:

Account ID: westlake

Student Activation Code: newton 78

Edgenuity: https://learn.education2020.com/student

Login Information:

Username: fcboestu\student#

Password: birthday (example: 01011999)

Once you login, click on “Students” and complete EACH of the recovery assignments.




Mr. Smith and Mrs. Johny

  1. Diagnostic used: Benchmark Test was created on USATESTPREP.COM and assigned to ALL
    Biology courses.

  2. Students will take the Benchmark assessment over Spring Break. Benchmark must be completed
    by April 10th, 2016.

  3. Students will be assigned study guides for all Units to review Biology content over Spring Break

  4. Daily review of EOC questions in First 15 (300 review questions were created from past Regents/
    Biology Living Environment Exams, Past EOC exams, AP Biology Exams)

  5. Weekly Formative Assessments via Allinlearning clickers

  6. Based upon question analysis from diagnostic students will be re-evaluated for frequently missed 
    questions. Students will also be assigned Units in USATESTPREP to complete (based on deficiencies).

  7. Students are also required to attend morning and afternoon tutorials on a weekly basis.

  8. Please encourage students to access the USATESTPREP platform as resource for reviewing Biology

  9. The Georgia Virtual Shared Resources website is also a great resource for reviewing Biology EOC
    content, link is below.

​Physical Science

Mr. Watson, Mr. Jackson, Mrs. Bolden, Ms. Reddick, Mrs. Freeman, Dr. Mitchell

  1. Diagnostic used: Benchmark Test created on USATESTPREP.com and assigned to all
    Physical Science courses

  2. Students will take the Benchmark Assessment on by April 24, 2016.

  3. Students will be assigned review units based on standards that are needed to be remediated

  4. Daily review of EOC questions in First 15 ( questions created from past Regents)

  5. Students who demonstrate continued need will be required to attend tutorials

  6. Students will be encourage to utilize USATESTPREP.com and Edgenuity for continued review
    and remediation and resource use for Physical Science.

  7. The Georgia Virtual Shared Resources website will also be provided as a resource for reviewing
    Physical Science content. Please see link:


GSE Geometry


  1. The Geometry Team has decided to offer 8 Monday-Thursday Afterschool EOC preparation
    sessions for all students who are currently in GSE Geometry at Westlake High School.  The
    sessions will be 1.5 hours from 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM.

  2. The classes will be populated by students who wish to take advantage of the session.  Each student
    will receive teacher recommendations based on their individual class performance and Data from the
    EOC Diagnostic Test administered the first week of the review sessions.  All review sessions will be
    on a first-come, first-served basis.  There will be a limit of students predetermined by the number of teachers who are available.  Each teacher will have no more than 25 students. 

  3. In the event that there is no teacher to accommodate an overflow, students will be not be
    allowed to participate in the EOC session.  Students will be notified if they are signed up for
    the session through written noticed handed out by the teachers. 

After School Schedule & Calendar

3:45 PM – 4:15 PM                  1st Session

4:21 PM – 4:27 PM                  Break (Students are escorted to the restroom.)

4:27 PM – 5:15 PM                  2nd Session

5:15 PM – 5:30 PM                  Dismissal

*Any student remaining after this time will not be able to attend any additional sessions.


Session Focus

March 28th


April 18th

Unit 1 Transformations

April 19th

Unit 2 Similarity, Congruence

April 20th

Unit 2 Proofs and Traversals

April 21st

Unit 3 Trigonometry

April 25th

Unit 4 Circles (Part 1)

April 26th

Unit 4 Circles (Part 2)

April 27th

Unit 5 Modeling

April 28th

Unit 6 Probability


Algebra I

What:  EOC Remediation (in preparation for the GA Milestone EOC)

How: ALEKS Learning Module

When: Selected Thursdays, 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Where:  Computer Lab Room # TBD

Who:  Algebra 1 students who have signed up for the session through their Algebra 1
teachers on a first-come, first-served basis. Classes will be limited to 25 students per teacher availability. Algebra I teachers have also incorporated questions into “1st 15” activities and
assigned USA Test Prep assignments over breaks and weekends.


Standard Addressed

March 17th


Power Standard: MGSE9-12.N.RN.2 Rewrite expressions involving
radicals (i.e., simplify and/or use the operations of addition, subtraction,
and multiplication, with radicals within expressions limited to square roots).

March 24th

Power Standard: MGSE9-12.A.APR.1 Add, subtract, and multiply
polynomials; understand that polynomials form a system analogous to the integers in that they are closed under these operations

March 31st & April 14th


Power Standard: MGSE9-12.A.CED.4 Rearrange formulas to highlight a quantity of interest using the same reasoning as in solving equations. Examples: Rearrange Ohm’s law V = IR to highlight resistance R;
Rearrange area of a circle formula to highlight the radius r.

April 21st & April 28th

Power Standard: MGSE9-12.A.REI.4b Solve quadratic equations by
inspection (e.g., for), taking square roots, factoring, completing the square, and the quadratic formula, as appropriate to the initial form of the equation (limit to real number solutions).

Power Standard: MGSE9-12.A.SSE.2 Use the structure of an expression to rewrite it in different equivalent forms. For example, see  as , thus
recognizing it as a difference of squares that can be factored as.


March 19th

(9:00 – 12:00)

MGSE9-12.A.REI.5 Show and explain why the elimination method works to solve a system of two variable equations.


April 23rd

(9:00 – 12:00)

All Standards Above


Online Learning Options:

[Fulton Virtual]

[Georgia Virtual School]

[General Information]



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