Respect.    Responsibility.    Safety.


March/April 2019

3/11 -       Kindergarten Registration opens 
                for Fall 2019 class

3/22 -       Report Cards go home Trimester 2

3/29 -       Cub Store open

4/1-4/5 -   School Spirit Week - Info to follow

4/5 -         Kindergarten Registration packets                  due to main office complete with                  documents

4/10-        PTG Meeting @ 6:00pm in the                        Library

4/9 & 10 -   MCAS Gr. 6 ELA

4/11& 12 -  MCAS Gr.5 ELA

4/12 -         Cub Store open

4/15-4/19-  No school, April Vacation Week

4/22 -         School Resumes

4/23 & 24-  MCAS Gr. 4 ELA

4/26 -        Spring School Picture Day!
                 Cub Store open

4/30 & 5/1 - MCAS Gr. 3 ELA       

Kindergarten Registration
Fall 2019

Kindergarten registration is open for the incoming class for Fall 2019. Children must be 5 years old by August 31, 2019 and reside in West Brookfield. Please stop by the Main Office to preregister and get a packet. All packets and documentation are due back to the Main Office by Friday April 5th. If you have any questions please call the school. We look forward to meeting all of our new kindergartners!

PTG Meetings

The WBES Parent Teacher Group 
meets on the 
second Wednesday of the month at 6pm in the school library. 
Discussions are held on topics such as different ways to help the school, volunteer opportunities and to coordinate events. 
All parents are welcome to attend! 

Report Incidents of Bullying / Harassment
  • Mail anonymous reports: c/o Kellie O,Brien, Principal, 89 North Main St, West Brookfield, MA (forms are found in the main office to pick up as well as printing the form linked below)
  • Email anonymous reports:
  • Voicemail anonymous reports: 508-867-4655


Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
PBIS is an approach in behavior management on a school-wide level. Children are encouraged to be mindful of their behavior in specific settings such as on the bus, in the hallways and bathrooms, in classrooms, the cafeteria, at recess and assemblies. PBIS is teaching children to be safe, respectful and responsible throughout the school day. Children are given Cub Bucks for their positive behavior which they can use to purchase items of their choice at the Cub Store. PBIS methods are researched-based and have been proven to increase academic performance. WBES promotes a positive learning environment. Ask your child about PBIS today!

Birthday Celebrations
WBES has taken on a Wellness Policy to encourage healthy living choices and strong growing opportunities for children. Therefore we no longer are celebrating birthdays with cupcakes and candy treats but rather with a school wide "Happy Birthday Wish" on our morning podcast and a Birthday Book gift from Mrs. O'Brien.

Our staff and students collaborate in a variety of ways throughout the school. Our kindergartners work in teams with our sixth graders on Engineering Fridays to solve problems they encounter in literature. You may hear of them using recycled products to engineer and construct solutions to the problems they encounter.   
Our first and fifth graders also collaborate on hands on projects throughout the year. Fourth and second graders have worked together as reading buddies. 
Students across all grades collaborate daily putting together our morning podcasts where they report the weather forecast, student birthdays and daily happenings.

Going Green Initiatives
Recycling - Our students lead recycling efforts within the school building for numerous types of materials which we utilize in school. Fifth grade students oversee the recycling in their Jobs Program. At WBES we recycle paper, cardboard, juice pouches, plastic bottles, glue sticks, and more. 

Discover Books- WBES and the Merriam-Gilbert Library have partnered up with Discover Books, a reuse, re-purpose and recycle program.  You can drop off old unwanted book donations at your convenience in the large drop-off bin located near the rear entrance of the school.

Solar Panels - WBES uses solar panels to obtain electricity. Solar panels are located on the roof tops of the school.

Qua-boing - The WBES playground for students 5 years old & under has a playing surface of Qua-boing. This is made from recycled rubber shoe sole product trimmings and leftovers from Quaboag Rubber Corporation in North Brookfield.  The product is clean and provides a safe surface while being resourceful.

Community Involvement

Country Bank

School Banking Schedule

Savings Makes Sense


All banking days are on Wednesdays, 
done first thing in the morning

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Registration packets are sent home on the first day of school and should be mailed directly to Country Bank in the envelope provided. Additional registration packets are available at the Main Office.
For additional questions visit

Thank you to the WBFD! 

West Brookfield Fire Department shared helpful Fire Prevention information with students during the week of Oct. 8-12, 2018. Families please remember the  slogan "Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere" 


Pearson Powerschool

Quaboag Regional Schools on Facebook

Women, Infants and Children

Do you have children under 5 years old, or are you expecting?  WIC offers qualifying families several helpful opportunities such as personalized consultations, free healthy food, tips for healthy eating, doctor referrals and more.  Please visit for more information.

Help Our School

Box Tops for Education:
Save your box tops! 
WBES collects Box Tops for Education. Send your box tops in with your child to the main office or the recycling zone in the 5th grade hall. Collection sheets can be found in the main hallway with the Extras handouts outside the main office.

Help our school while shopping at Hannafords:
First look for the shelf tags on more than 1,500 products to earn money for your school!
You can get 3 school dollars for every 4 participating products you purchase.
Finally, deposit your school dollars in the collection tower in-store!
Hannaford Helps Schools
 Join the New Staples A+ Reward System  and help your classroom receive some  much needed supplies! Simply click on  the apple to learn more!