Westran School District expects our students to do their best in and out of the classroom and to respect our school, staff members, fellow classmates, and community. 

Beginning with the 2010-2011 school year, our school district implemented a district-wide initiative known as School-Wide Positive Behavior Support (SW-PBS). SW-PBS is a proactive systems approach established to provide a positive school climate, and to create a supportive environment for personal, social, and academic growth for students and staff. 

Known as "The Hornet Way," students will be taught and encouraged to display the expectations of being respectful, responsible, and safe. Students will know exactly what is expected of them and will be recognized and rewarded in a variety of ways for positive behavior that models "The Hornet Way". Students will also know exactly what consequences will result when they choose not to meet the expectations.

Our school believes we have a responsibility to provide an education to students in a safe and predictable environment. Establishing "The Hornet Way" school-wide discipline is a necessary step in enabling our school to achieve this goal.


Each building in the Westran School District has it own system of rewards set up for students who exhibit behaviors encouraged by SW-PBS. Students are rewarded daily exhibiting specific behaviors. Students are also encouraged monthly and quarterly for things like attendance and no tardies.

It is our belief that rewarding positive behavior encourages students and creates a safer more effective learning environment. The Westran School District strives to encourage the academic and social success of all of our students.

I am Respectful, Responsible, and Safe

In All Settings: 
  • playground
  • cafeteria
  • hallway
  • restroom
  • classroom
  • bus
  • assembly 
  • extracurricular actvities