Important Back to School Information
Grades 7 & 8 will be back in the building starting September 20, 2021. Bus Passes were mailed home.
Please click on the links below for important Arrival Procedures beginning Monday, September 20th.MIDDLE SCHOOL CONTACTDuring remote instruction, please use the following numbers to contact the middle school:General Inquiries 516.876.5082 or 516.874.1203Guidance 516.876.5088Parent Portal 516.874.1218 or 516.874.1361
School Psychologists & Deans
Click the link above for the contact information for the School Psychologists & Grade Level Deans.
Use the link above to find your School Counselor Google Classroom Information. Make sure to join the appropriate counselor's classroom.
Headlines & Features
Westbury Middle School
Phone: (516) 876-5082
Principal: Ms. Felicia H. Crawford: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Principal: Dr. Christy Baralis: email@example.com
Interim Assistant Principal: Dr. Christie Thiel: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deans: Mr. Canalini, Mr. Fahy & Ms. Henry
Arrival - 7:20-7:35
Homeroom - 7:35 - 7:50
Period 1 - 7:53 - 8:36
Period 2 - 8:39 - 9:22
Period 3 - 9:25 - 10:08
Period 4 - 10:12 - 10:55
Period 5 - 10:59 - 11:42
Period 6 - 11:46 - 12:29
Period 7 - 12:33 - 1:16
Period 8 - 1:20 - 2:05
Staggered Dismissal - 2:05 - 2:15
Westbury Middle School proudly reflects the multi-racial, multi-ethnic community of which we are a part. Our staff and students, along with parents and the community, join together in providing an educational environment, which fosters the growth of all. We hold the following beliefs about all of our students:
- each is capable of learning
- each can achieve excellence
- each needs the support of a nurturing family, a supportive community, and an effective school system.”
Our staff has the responsibility to maintain an educational program of excellence. We attempt to involve the learner - individually, in small groups, and as a whole class by providing relevant, valid hands on activities, and by encouraging active participation.
Our students have the responsibility to bring to the educational setting their attention, their effort, and their willingness to learn. They are encouraged to share their talents with each other, with their school, and with their community.
Our parents and our community have the responsibility to support our staff and students individually and collectively – through their interest, time, and resources. They are urged to communicate their ideas and concerns and to work with staff members and students to solve problems and achieve mutual goals.
The growth of each individual into a self-fulfilled, successful, responsible member of our changing society must be the standard by which our educational efforts are judged.