Several changes made to bolster learning
Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015 — Wednesday, Aug. 19, the board of trustees for the Westwood Unified School District was brought up to date on all the preparations and improvements that had been made during the summer in preparation for the 2015/2016 school year.
During their meeting, Principal Marci Johnson escorted the board to a nearby classroom to see an interactive electronic whiteboard, which she said was one of six installed on campus so teachers could use technology to enhance their lessons. It was also reported some teachers would use tablets to teach students.
Randy Bobby, superintendent, said teacher in-services included ways to ensure every student is learning.