Hello, Westview families,
It seems apropos that The Westview School’s Moms’ Day falls near Valentine’s Day this year. Love and Moms go hand in hand. When we reflect on this year, one of the things that we really miss is seeing our Moms on campus and being able to connect our families through their autism journey. More often than not, those connections begin with our moms.
We were so happy to virtually welcome our moms into our classes today. We hope that you enjoyed your visit. From mom portraits to Q&A, your children's responses and participation make it clear that the love you give is reciprocated.
We see it every day in the details: the never-failing reassurance that you give in the carpool line, the adorably appropriate and festive holiday t-shirts, and the support you give for schoolwork, as one Middle School student said today during his Social Studies presentation, “Before I start, I’d like to thank my mom for the help on the bibliography.” All of these things and many more speak to how moms keep all things running smoothly and preparing our students for their day with love. Moms, you are crushing it, and the success of your child is a testament to that.
We’d be remiss not to mention today’s POW luncheon for our staff. We were treated to individually-wrapped, homemade cookies and a string of hearts with words of appreciation from our students and their families. The lunch, coordinated and organized to treat our staff, showed a mother’s love in all of the details. Thank you, Westview Moms, for all you do for your children and, as an extension, for us here at Westview.
All the best,