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Stacey Falconer,



Eric Westberg,

Assistant Principal



1100 Clarendon Street

West Sacramento, CA 95691

Phone:  916-375-7730

Fax:  916-375-0963


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New Grade-Level Colors!

Families, please be aware that we have altered our class colors and rotation.  In order to establish a more cohesive school spirit, we have changed our class colors to only include our school colors: green, yellow, and white.  Additionally, as students promote to different grade levels, their colors will change from year to year.  See below for colors by grade level:

Kindergarten, Third, and Sixth Grades: White 

First Grade, Fourth, and Seventh Grades: Yellow 

Second, Fifth, and Eighth Grades: Green 


G is for GIVING!


December's focus from the Dragon code of honor was on G: G is for Giving! Check out the awesome video Mrs. Garcia's 8th grade Science class and Mrs. Butler's 4th grade class made to explain the concept of Giving and the WMO coat drive we held in December!

N is for "NEVER GIVE UP"!

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Check It Out!

Click on the links below to see how much solar energy the equipment at Westmore Oaks produces!


Deck monitor


Solar City Monitor 1


Solar City Monitor 2

BrightBytes Survey for WMO Parents!

Washington USD is currently conducting a survey regarding the use of technology in our schools. For the best information, all schools are asking students, staff, and PARENTS to complete the survey! 


The BrightBytes survey can be found HERE and is open until Friday 10/13. 


Thank you, Westmore parents, for your participation!

Welcome Back, Dragon Students, Families, and Staff!

Welcome to the 2017-18 School Year!


The new school year is upon us and we are so very excited to welcome back our staff, students, and parent community.  Last year was a whirlwind of activity, as we adopted a new English Language Arts curriculum while implementing a new mathematics curriculum—both of which are now fully aligned with the Common Core State Standards.  This will be a huge asset to our teachers as they prepare our students to be college and career ready.  This year, we continue our work in revising curriculum to be more rigorous and relevant to the 21st Century Skills (Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Creativity) as we refine our instructional practices through these new curriculums and begin working on an implementation plan for the Next Generation Science Standards. 


We continue, also, this year, with our school-wide behavioral expectations for all members of our school community—the Dragon Code of Honor:

  • DRAGONS...
    • Defend those in need,
    • Respect self and others,
    • Achieve academically,
    • Give selflessly,
    • Own our actions,
    • Never give up, and
    • Stay true to our word.

I encourage you to reference this code with your students throughout the year and find ways to teach students how to uphold it not only while at school, but in your households, with family members, and in our West Sacramento Community, as well.  For example, Dragons give selflessly when they share their toys or let a younger siblings have the larger portion of dessert, and Dragons stay true to their word when they keep their promises to do their chores.  Dragons respect self and others when they demonstrate good sportsmanship in their summer athletic endeavors and pick up after themselves in your home.  We will be recognizing our Dragons all year long for following this code and appreciate your help in keeping it fresh in our students’ minds when away from campus, too.


I would also like to encourage you to consider getting involved in our school community this year, if you haven’t already found a niche.  We always encourage you to join Parent Teacher Staff Association, English Learners Advisory Committee, or the Parent Advisory Committee.  If you’re interested in participating in any of these groups, I’ve included the contact information for each below.  Some other involvement opportunities this year include supporting student safety and a positive school climate by volunteering to ride the bus one day a week, helping supervise students during recess, lunch, or dismissal, or joining a School Beautification task force to help rejuvenate our facilities and grounds.  If any of these activities appeal to you, please call our front office and let our secretaries know; I will be reaching out to volunteers in August with next steps.  Additionally, I invite all of you to attend at least one, if not all, of the “Dragonkeepers Coffee and Collaboration” meetings the first Tuesday of each month, from 8:00-9:00 AM; at these meetings, I will be present to hear your feedback and concerns so that we can collaboratively find solutions to benefit our kids and our school.  Our first meeting with be Tuesday, September 5th in the WMO Library.


Looking forward to an amazing year of growth, discovery, engagement, achievement.  Working together as a community, I know we will accomplish many great things for our cherished students.



Stacey Falconer, Principal

& the WMO Dragon Staff



Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA): 

Contact Nicol Callahan at (916) 798-4663 or by email


School Site Council (SSC) OR Parent Advisory Committee:

Contact Principal Falconer at (916) 375-7730 or by email


English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC):

Contact Nellie Plasencia at (916) 375-7730 or by email


School Beautification Committee:

Contact Diana Quintero at (916) 375-7730 or by email


Bus Riding Volunteers:

Contact Eric Westberg at (916) 375-7730 or by email       

Dragon Pride!


Today: 10/19/17
3:30 PM Flag Football Game - WMO vs. Elkhorn


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