Tuesday, February 18


Baseball - JV

vs. Waltrip @Waltrip 4:30 p.m.


Boys Basketball - Varsity

vs. Strake Jesuit @Coleman Coliseum 5:30 p.m.


Lacrosse - JV

vs. Clear Lake @Clear Lake HS 6 p.m.


Softball - Varsity

vs. Westbury @Butler 6:30 p.m.


Baseball - Varsity

vs. Carnegie @Butler 7 p.m.


Lacrosse - Varsity 

vs. Clear Lake @Clear Lake HS 8 p.m.


Wednesday, February 19


***Early Dismissal - 12:30 p.m.


Boys Soccer - Varsity

vs. Bellaire @Butler Sr. 4:30 p.m.


Girls Soccer - Varsity

vs. Bellaire @Butler 6:30 p.m.


Thursday, February 20


***No Late Start 


Girls Soccer - JV

vs. Reagan @Reagan HS 4 p.m.


Boys Soccer - JV

vs. Chavez @WHS 4:30 p.m.



@Library 6 p.m.


Lacrosse - JV

vs. Klein @Klein 6 p.m.


Theatre Production 

Antigone @Black Box 7 p.m.


Lacrosse - Varsity

vs. Klein @Klein HS 8 p.m.


Friday, February 21


Report Cards Go Home


Softball - Varsity

vs. Episcopal @ Episcopal 4:30 p.m.


Boys Soccer - Varsity

vs. Chavez @Dyer 6:30 p.m.


Girls Soccer - Varsity

vs. Chavez @Delamr 6:30 p.m.


Theatre Production

Antigone @Black Box 7 p.m.


Saturday, February 22


Boys Track
Meet @7 Lakes HS 7 a.m.
Girls Track
Meet @7 Lakes HS 8:30 a.m.


Girls Soccer - JV

vs. Scarborough @WHS 10 a.m.


Boys Lacrosse - JV

vs. Magnolia @WHS 10 a.m.

Boys Lacrosse - Varsity

vs. Magnolia @WHS 2 p.m. 


Theatre Production

Antigone @Black Box 7 p.m.

Monday, February 24

Softball - JV

vs. Westbury @WHS 4 p.m.


Click here to access the WHS Calendar for more events.   

If you need information or help with FASFA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), then mark February 20, on your calendar.
Westside High School will host a FAFSA Day Event from 6-8 p.m. that will allow seniors and their families to complete the FAFSA (or TAFSA for students who do not qualify as U.S. citizens or permanent residents). 
Additionally, during the February 20 school day, Westside will integrate FAFSA completion education and financial literacy opportunities for all students. 
This year's annual "Shades of Blue" concert is bigger, better, and bluer!! 
We are inviting everyone in our community to come out and enjoy a "jazz club" atmosphere with performances by our Jazz Band and Percussion Ensemble. 
Something new this year is that we are featuring the Chamber Orchestra, Show Choir, and West Briar Jazz Band and Percussion. 
Also new this year, is an art display by the Art Department featuring "A Study in Blue". Light food and beverages will be served. 
Please fill out the form and submit to the band department to reserve your table/seats.  
This year's WHS Golf Tournament is February 19, at Cinco Ranch, 11 a.m. registration and shotgun start at 1 p.m. Here are links to find information about the golf tournament Donor Form, Sponsorship Form, Golfer Registration and for those who don't golf, but want to join us in the evening, a Dinner Form.

We are asking each sport to be represented by at least four golfers and one hole sponsor, as well as items for the silent auction. We also need items for the golf bags, like koozies, note pads, pens, etc.


If you have questions, please send them to Thalia@garygreene.com or call Thalia @ 2821-217-0766.

 This past weekend, the Westside Debate Team competed at the first round of the Houston Urban Debate League (HUDL) City Championships. We entered 7 varsity teams and 2 junior varsity, with all but one of them earning trophies or qualifying for the elimination rounds that will be this Saturday at the downtown courthouse.  

JV World Schools Debate:

Octafinalist Team:
Aristides Beltran, Lola Macias, and Isaiah Pryce

Quarterfinalist Team:
Henriquetta Saba, Moses Tsado, and Billy Osazuwa

Varsity Public Forum Debate:

8th seed - Shyon Parsa and Ervin Lopez
7th seed - Sean Le and Cornelio Santibanez
3rd seed - 
Syed Raza and Christina Tsoucalas

Varsity World Schools Debate:

11th seed - Gage Arter, Carlos Nieto, and Alice Yet
5th seed - Jacia Ali, Abraham Flores, and Nicholas Abraham
1st seed - Emma Wu, Molly Wu, and Andrea Dimijian

The following students also won individual speaker awards:

2nd Overall Speaker Varsity Public Forum Debate - Syed Raza

1st Overall Speaker Varsity Public Forum Debate - Shyon Parsa

1st Overall Speaker Varsity World Schools Debate - Emma Wu

3rd Overall Speaker Varsity World Schools Debate - Jacia Ali

2nd Overall Speaker Junior Varsity World Schools Debate - Henriquetta Saba 

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The Wolf E-News archives are now posted on the Westside website. If you ever need access to an older edition for information or entertainment, you can now have it with the click of a mouse!  


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FEBRUARY 17, 2014

The Westside Cheerleaders are Cational Champions as they took Team Champion and Grand Champion honors at the United Cheer National Competition in Galveston, this past weekend.

Team: Sydney Balcom, Carolyn Campbell, Caroline Carnett, Alexis Falcon, Elena Karaytcheva, Emily Ligon, Heather Lucas, Genny Massey, Gabby Meyer, Erica Montelongo, Regan Monteverde, Jordan Patino, Kailin Roberts, Ashley Smith, Caroline Sullivan, Daijah Wilson, Andrea Zavala 


Jeffery Godinez and Mary Kate Stallings are finalists for the Photographers Forum/Nikon High School/College Photography Competition. They are among 16,600 international finalists who will be in the running for the final awards, as well as being published in this year's edition of the Photographers Forum book.


Westside's dance and drill team, Pride, continued its winning ways this past weekend at Dawson High School, where the competition was extremely competitive. Here are the results and team picture:

1st place Modern ensemble; 2nd place duet Erin Manale and Baylee Nelson; 3rd place duet Vivi Lanman and Lindsey Staskus Baylee Nelson; 6th place soloist Joannie; 9th place soloist Officers sweepstakes; Officer modern showmanship award; 3rd place officer modern Sweepstakes; Team Pom and Kick showmanship award; Pom choreography award; 2nd place Pom; 1st place Kick; Best in class 3rd place 

The Pride Dance Team competed at the MA HISD Dance Competition at Waltrip High School the previous weekend and made its presence known. The results and team picture are below:

1st place duet Baylee Nelson and Erin Manale; 2nd runner up duet Nia Hall and Lauren Clemons ; 1st place solo winner Baylee Nelson; 4th runner up soloist Karrington Ortiz; 3rd place Modern ensemble; Super Sweepstakes dance officers; Super Sweepstakes Team; Highest scoring team in Kick and Lyrical; 22 division one soloists; 6 division one duets 


The boys basketball team downed Bellaire to complete their undefeated sweep in District play and win another District Championship.


The boy basketball team opens the first round of the playoffs against Strake Jesuit, Tuesday, February 18, at Coleman Coliseum.  Tip-off is at 5:30 p.m.  


Below, Bellaire players can only watch as Frank Iheanacho takes it to the hole and Wesley Van Beck puts up his shot.  


I hope everyone had a nice Valentine's Day last Friday. Even though the day of celebrating relationships has come and gone, we are continuing our discussion on relationships since it is the Choices topic of the month. 


On Thursday, February 27, I am hosting a Dating Safety Seminar that will include information about how to build a healthy relationship, dealing with break ups, abuse, unhealthy relationships and much more. The seminar will be held before late start Thursday from 8 a.m.-9:15 a.m. 

The seminar is open to all students and for those who attend, they will have a chance to win a $25 gift card. There will also be snacks! Please encourage your teens to come check it out!  

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