Panther Paw

Parkview Panthers
Putting our Best Paw Forward

Westville School District
101 Birch Ave. Westville NJ, 08093
Arrival & Dismissal Schedule
Office Hours: 8:00am-4:00pm
Emergency Closing Number: 832
Email: inquiries@westvillesd.com
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Dr. Shannon M. Whalen, Superintendent
Mrs. Renée D. Egan, Principal

Informational Notices Notices ▼
  • Dr. Mount has compiled a video and slide deck regarding the NJ Health Standards. Please take a few minutes to review this information. Please contact Dr. Mount with any questions at 856-848-8200.
  • Effective Monday, March 7, 2022, masks/facial coverings will be optional for students, staff and visitors in Parkview School and on school buses. However, students will be required to wear a mask while in the nurse's office and/or upon return to school for days 6-10 after testing positive for COVID-19. The link to the current Department of Health guidance is included here for your review.

    Our district nurses will continue to work closely with families to ensure a safe learning environment. We thank families for the ongoing support demonstrated since reopening for in-person instruction. Please do not hesitate to contact our nursing office with questions.

  • Gateway Group ARP Safe Return Plan

    Safe Return Plan - Public Comment Survey
Mission Statement

Our commitment is to educate each child using a flexible and challenging curriculum, aligned with the New Jersey Student Learning Standards, which emphasizes a commitment to expand oral and written communication skills, integrate problem-solving strategies throughout the learning process, and effectively use technology for the advancement of student discovery and study.

We actively seek to promote a strong and positive bond between the school and community using the resources of each to provide opportunities for students to demonstrate good citizenship and acquire a life long sense of personal worth, dignity, and respect for others.

Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying
Our school district continues to make progress in addressing and improving harassment, intimidation, & bullying and the school climate & culture with a school-wide character education program. Children are rewarded for demonstrating positive behavior and outstanding role modeling. In addition, various activities are scheduled throughout the school year to encourage school spirit, family involvement, and a positive school climate. The results of this report are determined through a self assessment and the scoring is based out of a total of 78 total points over several categories.