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8th Grade Promotion Information
2020 -2021 8th Grade Celebration Information

5-18-21 at 5:30pm -7:00pm

We will be holding an 8th grade car parade in West Point’s front school loop following the virtual ceremony on May 18, from 5:30p.m.-7:00pm. Eighth grade students and their families are invited to drive through and be applauded by our teachers and staff (at a safe distance). Feel free to get creative and decorate your vehicle. No walkers or bike riders will be permitted in order for us to maintain safe social distances. Eighth grade promotion certificates will be mailed home to you.

Please see the attached document for more specific details. Copies of this letter were sent home on 5-3-21 for parents.

8th Grade Promotion Information Letter [PDF]

Posted : 5/13 | Direct Link
West Point PTSA Peter Piper Pizza Night 5-13-21
West Point PTSA Peter Piper Pizza Night 5-13-21

Date: Tonight, Thursday May 13th 2021
Time: 4pm -8pm
Place: Peter Piper Pizza 12851 W Bell Road
Dine In or Carryout

Please bring the flyer with you so that 15% of all food, beverage and fun pass game credits benefit our school.
Posted : 5/13 | Direct Link
Early Release May 19th and 20th Noon release time
West Point Early Release

May 19th at Noon for all students
May 20th at Noon for all students
Posted : 5/11 | Direct Link
West Point PTSA will be hosting a drive thru Trunk or Treat

West Point PTSA will be hosting a drive thru Trunk or Treat in the schools main parking lot on Friday, October 30th from 6-8pm.There will be signs and barriers marking the route.

Strict Rules:
-West Point Elementary families only
-You must have a copy of the flyer on your dashboard to enter drive thru. 
-You must stay in your vehicle at all times 
-Stay on the designated route
-No hanging out of windows
-Have children open their bags and Teachers/Staff will walk to your vehicle and place a candy in their bag.
-Teachers/Staff will be wearing mask and gloves.
-All attending must wear a masks
-Only one pass per family/vehicle
-Follow the directions of teachers and staff
-Be patient
-You can also use your student's dashboard sign for verification
Posted : 10/30/2020 | Direct Link
How to Create a Parent Portal Account
Please use the link below for instructions on how to create a Parent Portal Account.

Parent Portal Instructions
Posted : 7/23/2020 | Direct Link
Student Chromebook Check-out Thursday, July 30, 2020
West Point Elementary School will be having student chromebook check-out on Thursday, July30, 2020 from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm in the front drop off lane. Any student, whether participating in full-time remote learning or iSchool are able to check-out a Chromebook and charger from their homeschool. Once in-person school resumes, students may choose to continue to use this Chromebook at home each evening  or can keep it at school. Please see the following link for all details.
Posted : 7/21/2020 | Direct Link
Share your good news and celebrations!
Good News and CelebrationsThe Dysart Unified School District would like to celebrate students, staff and community members who are contributing to the greater good during this unprecedented time. Do you have a teacher or staff member who is going above and beyond in assisting a student in remote learning?  Is your student/club working on a community service project or spreading cheer through a positive action? Did a community group or organization donate time or goods to your school? We want to hear from you. Please fill out the form below with the information and share a photo of the kind act so we can share these #DysartExtraordinary actions with our community.

Good News and Celebrations Form
Posted : 4/14/2020 | Direct Link
West Point supports troops with  “Packages From Home” 
West Point supports troops with  “Packages From Home” West Point Elementary School, in partnership with Student Council, collected over 700 items for the Packages From Home organization which provides care and comfort packages to deployed American military personnel who are stationed on active duty around the world. 

This annual effort began in 2010 with former West Point student, Jade Simpson. Jade’s birthday falls on September 11th, so she started this effort at her school as a way to give back and to commemorate the tragedy that occurred. 

With Jade now in high school, the students and staff at West Point work hard each year to continue this effort of giving back to the troops. This year, teachers, staff, and several former students, held a “packing party” on the Saturday prior to September 11th, to sort and pack the items donated. Together, the group created 55 care packages to be sent to service members around the world. Students and staff also wrote letters and drew photos to be included in the care packages.
Posted : 9/17/2019 | Direct Link
Important Safety Reminders from the Superintendent
Dysart SafeDysart Parents and Guardians,

As we near the end of the school year, I am writing to ask you to partner with us to keep our Dysart students and campuses safe and secure. Historically, as students eagerly anticipate the approach of summer, the number of school threats increases. Dysart is hoping to stem this issue with your help.

As a fellow community member, I ask you to please:

1. Have a discussion with your child(ren) about the importance of immediately sharing information that could be considered threatening to our community with a responsible adult. This could be a parent, teacher or school staff member.
2. Make it clear to your child(ren) that online threats and rumors should not be forwarded or shared, because doing so impedes police investigations.
3. Discuss with your child(ren) the seriousness of making threats toward schools, and remind them that there are a number of charges that can be filed against students – including felony offenses.

If you become aware of an immediate threat, please call 911.  Otherwise, call law enforcement non-emergency lines to report potential threats towards our schools or the community in Surprise (623-222-4000), El Mirage (623-933-1341) or Maricopa County (602-876-1602).

Another option for reporting school safety issues or concerns is through our Safe Schools Hotline (623-876-7009) or online via Dysart Safe Report at Additional information, resources, and school safety tips can be found on our website at

Dysart is proud of our relationships with local law enforcement agencies, and works collaboratively with them to ensure the safety of our students and staff.  We all have a responsibility to be vigilant and should strive to prioritize the well-being of our community. Thank you for partnering with us to ensure our campuses are always a safe place for our students.


Quinn R. Kellis, Ed.D.
Dysart Unified School District
Posted : 4/17/2019 | Direct Link
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