Westlake School

Making a difference

The Westlake School family continues to thrive and provide fundraising opportunities that not only benefit the students at Westlake School, but makes a difference in the lives of others. During the month of October, students, staff and parents participated in the Applebee’s Flapjack Fundraiser event on Sunday, October 22nd at Applebee’s on Morris Avenue in Union. Staff and volunteers waited on families and guests who came out to support the pancake breakfast fundraising event hosted by the Westlake Parent Organization. All proceeds will be donated for activities at the school.

The school also participated in the Autism Speaks Walkathon on Sunday, October 15th at Nomahegan Park in Cranford. Many staff and families donated money to support this cause and its efforts. “Team Cristian” has supported the cause for many years with many family and friends creating an awareness of the disability for students with Autism. Westlake students are so excited to be part of this event and contribute to such an important cause. They look forward to the walk every year.

For further information about Westlake School, please contact Claudine Tantillo, Principal, at (908) 232-4181 Ext. 405


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