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    Welcome to the home of the Westpark Wildcats!

    Ms. Leslie Lacey, Principal:    llacey@skusd.k12.ca.us 

    Mr Patrick Holmes, Assistant Principal:    pholmes@skusd.k12.ca.us

  • Westpark Distance Learning Technology Distribution Plan

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    The first day of school is quickly approaching.  Westpark will be starting the school year with Distance Learning.  All of our students will be provided with either an iPad (K), laptop/Chromebook, and/or a hotspot to ensure student access to online learning.  Please click on the link below to find our technology device distribution plan.  

    Click here for: Westpark Distance Learning Technology Distribution Plan- English


    El primer día de clases se acerca rápidamente. Westpark comenzará el año escolar con el aprendizaje a distancia. Todos nuestros estudiantes recibirán un iPad (K), una computadora portátil / Chromebook y / o un punto de acceso para garantizar el acceso de los estudiantes al aprendizaje en línea. Haga clic en el enlace a continuación para encontrar nuestro plan de distribución de dispositivos tecnológicos.

    Haga clic aqui- Por la educacion plan de distribucion de Westpark- Espanol

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    Dear Westpark Families:

    I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of our students and their families.  The WES teachers and staff have an incredible year of learning planned and will strive to meet the unique needs of all of our K-5 students.  We look forward to another outstanding year at Westpark Elementary. 

    Our staff and parents have created a learning community that is united around its children. This is a community that works together to create a positive learning environment for our students. We are a California Gold Ribbon School and recognized as an Exemplary Academic Achieving school by the California Department of Education. It is my honor and privilege to be leading such a remarkable school community.

    Our home and school partnership is grounded in a strong tradition of supportive, hard-working families.  Throughout the year you will have opportunities to develop our partnership in various ways.  Families may volunteer in the classroom, become involved in the School Site Council, or participate in many other events and activities that make our school a special place for our children.  The Westpark PTA was established last school year and has been a huge benefit to our school.  

    In our classrooms, we offer a challenging, standards based program of instruction for all children and develop learning experiences that motivate and engage your child. Teachers will impart knowledge, teach skills and instill a love of learning.  Campus-wide an emphasis will be placed on student safety, building self-esteem, along with respect for others and for one’s environment. 

    Please know that I am here to serve your children.  If at any time you have questions or concerns, my door is open to you.


    Leslie G. Lacey 


    Here's a little bit about us:

    Patrick Holmes, Assistant Principal

    I have worked in the Southern Kern Unified School District for over 6 years.  I have been the Assistant Principal of Alternative Education, Tropico Middle School, and now here at Westpark.  I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Studies from Chapman University and my Master of Arts degree from National University.  I hold a single subject teaching credential in Social Science and Health Science, as well as an Administrative Services Credential.  I previously taught at Mojave High school and California City High School for 9 years.  From there I worked as a Center Administrator for Mojave River Academy for 3 years until coming to Southern Kern.  I have truly enjoyed my experiences in SKUSD and the amazing staff, students, and parents that I have been given the opportunity to associate and work with.  I have valued my short time working with and serving the staff and students at Westpark.  I look forward to another amazing year as a WES Wildcat! 

    Leslie Lacey, Principal

    I have lived in Rosamond and worked in the Southern Kern Unified School District for 24 years.  I have held teaching and administrative positions within the district, including serving as Westpark’s Principal for five years.  I moved away from Rosamond for two years a few years ago, however missed the Rosamond Community and have been back working for SKUSD for the past three going on four years.  During my years away, I was a Principal in Westwood, CA for a year and an Instructional Facilitator/Interventionist in Wyoming.  I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree from CSU, Fresno and Master of Arts degree/Administrative Credential from CSU, San Bernardino.  I am happy to be back living and working in Rosamond, the place I consider my home.  Thank you to SKUSD and the Westpark Elementary Communty for allowing me to serve as your Principal.