Student and Staff Recognition


Contact Information

Patricia A. Ciccone


Immigration Resources: Connecticut Family Preparedness Plan

 For your convenience, the State of CT has developed a resource toolkit for individuals and families with immigration concerns.  Please read CT's description of the resource tools and go directly to the state website by clicking on the Plan version of your choice or the hyperlink below.

"To assist families who have concerns about immigration enforcement, particularly in regards to to the possibility of the deportation or detainment of guardians and the impact that it could have on their children, the State of Connecticut has developed a useful toolkit that people can utilize.  There is no cost to utilize any of the documents contained in the toolkit, and neither attorneys nor court action are needed.  If you are worried about what will happen to your children if you are detained or deported, you should make a family preparedness plan.  We hope that you never have to use your plan, but having one may help reduce the stress of the unexpected."

State of CT link to the Resource Toolkit   

For additional information on preparing your family, knowing your rights and finding legal representation, visit

News and Anouncements

  • Last Day of School Set; Grade 4 Promotion

    The last day of school for both students and teachers in Westbrook Public Schools will be Tuesday, June 26.

    Fourth-grade promotion at Daisy Ingraham will take place on Monday, June 25, at 9:15 am.

    Please save these dates!

    Thank you,

    Ruth W. Rose, Principal, Daisy Ingraham School

    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
  • Information Regarding the Upcoming Release of 13 Reasons Why, Season 2

    The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) has received numerous requests for guidance regarding the upcoming second season of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why.  Netflix has not formally announced the release date, but pre-release promotions and media coverage indicate a release date sometime this spring, approximately a year after the release of the first season.


    Please review the attached document for guidance on discussing the difficult content of this show with your children.

    Westbrook Public Schools
  • What You Need to Know About Prescription Opioids

    Prescription opioids, such as oxycodone(OxyContin®), hydrocodone(Vicodin®), codeine, morphine, and many others, can be used to help relieve moderate-to-severe pain. They are often prescribed after surgery or injury, or for certain health conditions.  These medications can be an important part of treatment but also come with serious risks. It is important to work with your health care provider to make sure you are getting the care that is safest and best for you.  View the attached document for more information from the Center for Disease Control.

    Westbrook Public Schools
  • Resources to Help Children Understand Violence at School

    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    In response to concerns of late, let me assure you that our schools make safety and security their top priority and daily, follow, teach and practice safety and security protocols.  Thank you for the respect you have shown for our safety and security procedures. Your support for these preventive protocols is helpful and much appreciated.  Still, prevention practices are not the only way our education professionals assist our students and families, especially when there is an event that requires reaction such as the national focus on the school violence in Florida.  Central to that effort is our work to create community.


    As stakeholders in the work to build community, it is important that you be included in our work to support students to process fears, anger, and grief, and to learn to participate in the world around them.  As trusted adults, our educators and student support professionals recognize that students and their families are not immune to these stressors and know that they must engage in providing the support individuals and families may need to overcome their concerns.  We in schools have an obligation to address tough issues and give students the chance to develop age appropriate skills to deal with their world.  With us, students can safely learn, grow and participate in making meaning out of their place in the world around them.


    Toward more open understanding, I invite you to join a community conversation that will be hosted on April 4th at 6 pm.  Held at Westbrook High School, the conversation will give us a chance to listen to students, parents/guardians, elected officials and school professionals discuss the role of schools and our responsibility to educate and facilitate learning in the civic arena. Plan to join us. In the interim, please check the information that has been placed on our school district home webpage that may help you in your own conversations with children of all ages around recent school violence events and the national discourse.  I hope you will join our April 4th conversation and as always, please contact me with any questions or concerns.


    Patricia A. Ciccone, Superintendent

    Westbrook Public Schools

    Emily B

    Grade 5 Student of the Month


    Olivia P 

    Grade 6 Student of the Month


    Daniel G

    Grade 7 Student of the Month


    Alexandra Z

    Grade 8 Student of the Month


    Deja H- 8 

    Spanish Student of the Month


    Matthew I - 5 

    Art Student of the Month


    Lisa L - 7 

    Family and Consumer Science Student of the Month


    Gianni S - 8 

    French Student of the Month


    Samuel F - 8 

    Tech Student of the Month


    Jacqueline - 7 

    Band Student of the Month


    Destiny H - 8 

    Chorus Student of the Month


    David M - 7 

    Physical Education Student of the Month


    Jack O - 5 

    Health Student of the Month


    Westbrook Middle School
  • Radium Girls

    Join us on March 23rd and March 24th for Westbrook High School's production of Radium Girls. For more information on tickets and times, visit the Westbrook High School Theatre page.

    Westbrook High School
  • Update Re: Last Day of School for Students and Staff---Currently Tuesday, June 26

    As of today, March 13, we are experiencing our Snow/Storm Day #7.  This puts our last day of school for students and staff on Tuesday, June 26.  Please make vacation plans, camp plans, etc., accordingly.


    Ruth W. Rose, Principal

    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
  • February 2018 Students of the Month


    Giovanna Silva - Novarro

    Grade 5 Student of the Month


    Kevin Villeda - Glaser

    Grade 6 Student of the Month


    Maggie Izzo - Lepore

    Grade 7 Student of the Month


    Mackenzie Marshall - Fredrickson

    Grade 8 Student of the Month


    Hannah W - 8th Grade

    Spanish Student of the Month


    Faizah A- 7th Grade

    Art Student of the Month


    Trinity P - 6th Grade

    Family and Consumer Science

    Student of the Month


    Emily D - 6th Grade

    French Student of the Month


    Hunter K - 8th Grade

    Tech Student of the Month


    Julia K - 6th Grade

    Band Student of the Month


    Matthew H-V  6th Grade

    Chorus Student of the Month


    Jacqueline L- 7th Grade

    Physical Education Student of the Month


    Elliot K - 6th Grade

    Health Student of the Month

    Westbrook Middle School
  • Buddy Baseball

    Shoreline Buddy Baseball is a skill building, non-competitive recreational league for boys and girls with special needs focusing on experience of team play, exposure to a lifelong skill and participation in one of America's favorite past time...Baseball! Be a player, be a buddy or be a volunteer! For more information visit or Contact Kim Walker, President, via phone (860)853-8464 or via email

    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
  • Success at the Science Bowl for Westbrook High School!

    Saturday, March 3rd, eight members of the Science Team successfully participated in the Science Bowl events at Uconn University:  Jackie Grace, Chris Guzman, Gavin LaBrec, Aidan Ranelli, Alyssa Sirisoukh, Colin Sutherland, Ian Whitehouse and Brianne Yancey. The two events students participated in were the 3D printing competition and the galvanic cell car competition. The two 3D printing teams placed third and forth. Please congratulate Jackie and Alyssa on their third place and Gavin and Chris for their fourth place. If interested in joining the Science Team, contact Mrs. Britchi in Room 113. We are starting to build the cardboard boat for the upcoming Race in the fall. We usually meet Tuesdays after school.

    Westbrook High School

District Events

  • Cafeteria, Pit Area

    Art Show and Ice Cream Social

    Art Show and Ice Cream Social

    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
  • WMS Gym & Cafeteria

    7th & 8th Grade Fun Night

    SADD presents 7th & 8th grade fun night!

    Westbrook Middle School
  • WMS

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 7 & 8 (ELA)

    SBAC Testing Gr. 7 &  8 ELA

    Westbrook Middle School
  • WMS

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 7 & 8 (MATH )

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 7 & 8 (MATH)

    Westbrook Middle School
  • Cafeteria

    WHS Music Booster Meeting

    Westbrook High School
  • WMS

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 7 & 8 (MATH)

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 7 & 8 MATH

    Westbrook Middle School
  • PreSchool Classrooms

    PreSchool Screening

    PreSchool Screening

    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
  • WMS

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 5 & 6 (ELA)

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 5 & 6 (ELA)

    Westbrook Middle School
  • BOE meeting 7:00 pm - WHS library

    Westbrook Public Schools
  • BOE mtg. 7 pm

    Westbrook Board of Education
  • WMS

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 5 & 6 (MATH)

    WMS SBAC Testing 5 & 6 MATH

    Westbrook Middle School
  • WMS

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 5 & 6 (MATH)

    WMS SBAC Testing  Gr. 5 & 6 (MATH)

    Westbrook Middle School
  • WHS Library

    Project Graduation Parent Meeting

    Westbrook High School
  • WMS

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 5 & 8 (SCIENCE)

    WMS SBAC Testing Gr. 5 & 8 ( SCIENCE)

    Westbrook Middle School
  • WMS

    5th Grade Orientation

    5th Grade Orientation at WMS

    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
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