CLASS OF 2024 SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - ELIZABETH ROSE BELL. Elizabeth is a member of Concert Band, Yearbook Club, Video Club, Marching Band and Science Club. In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys Art, Video Games and playing the saxophone . After graduation, Elizabeth plans to attend Kent State University to major in Molecular and Cellular Biology. Congratulations Elizabeth and Good Luck in all your future endeavors.
about 2 months ago, Sheri Garlick
Elizabeth Bell
Our students that participated in College 101 through Pierpont had the opportunity to visit a few of their campuses on April 20th. Students were able to see some of the majors that Pierpont offers such as Phlebotomy, Welding, and Culinary Arts. After touring the main campus, we had the opportunity to visit their new state of the art culinary program. Of course this tour wouldn't be complete without a taste test, in which our students got to try a caramel apple foster over yellow cake and banana pudding. This was a great opportunity for our students to see the options they have close to home.
about 2 months ago, Stephen Shamay
Taste Test
Sense Test 2
Senses Test
CLASS OF 2024 SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - VANESSA DEE BOWSER. Vanessa is a member of the Honey program, Fiber Arts and Hope Squads. In her free time, Vanessa enjoys making some really cool crochet projects. Vanessa can be found helping out around the school with events and activities. After graduation, Vanessa plans work in her family business. Congratulations Vanessa and Good Luck in all your future endeavors.
about 2 months ago, Sheri Garlick
Vanessa Bowser
CLASS OF 2024 SENIOR SPOTLIGHT - NOAH EDWARD WEBSTER Noah is a member of Science club, Ski club, Chess club, Concert Band and Choir. He participates in Cross Country, Track, Marching band, Basketball. In his free time, Noah enjoys writing music and playing shows. After graduation, Noah plans to attend Waynesburg University for a Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Science. Congratulations Noah and Good Luck in all your future endeavors.
about 2 months ago, Sheri Garlick
Noah Webster
TEC Valorant D1 vs. West Branch HS 3:45 pm
about 2 months ago, Scott Sakai
TEC Valorant D1 vs. Windber HS 3:00 pm.
about 2 months ago, Scott Sakai
On Thursday, April 18th we had 22 of our science club members along with their sponsors trail to Grand Vue Adventures in Moundsville, WV where they tackled several obstacles of "Mind over Matter". It was an exciting day, hearing our students encourage each other and provide support when it was needed! Our adventures sparked real science conversations, and allowed students to explore different worlds within the sciences outside of the classroom. Definitely an experience we hope to enjoy again!
about 2 months ago, Jeanine Wilcox
Billy Whitlatch and Parker Burns
Ropes course
Ropes Course
Some of our Juniors and Seniors
Getting our gear ready!
Mrs. Wilcox and a mix of 9-12 graders, getting pumped before climbing up for the zip line
West Greene's first annual STEAM night kicked off this past week, and it was a success! Our 3rd-6th graders were able to explore different areas of STEAM due to 15 of our science club members setting up and sharing different hands-on experiences with them. These activities included our students inoculating their own agar plates (just like your doctor does when they test you for strep throat), learning how to successfully record their own fingerprints, designing/building their own airplanes, completing diffusion art, exploring erosion with several of our FFA members, and competing against each other using math flashcards. We also were able to enjoy yummy snacks due to Mr. Elsenhemier's help! Such an awesome night, we can't wait until next year.
about 2 months ago, Jeanine Wilcox
Science. Technology. Engineering. Art/Agriculture. Math
Erosion Table
Junior-Senior High Yearbook Pre-Sale! Grades 7-12 Ends April 28, get yours today! Order securely online here:
about 2 months ago, Matthew Rychtarsky
Check out the 2024 West Greene Greenhouse schedule and price summary! We can assure you that these April showers really are going to bring May flowers...
about 2 months ago, Karlie Wright
April showers
Greenhouse Calendar 2024
Greenhouse Prices 2024
The Scholastic BOGO Book Fair is April 15th-April 19th! If you would like to contribute to the Book Fairy eWallet to help students who would otherwise not be able to shop the fair, the link is here: If you have any questions about the fair, please contact Mrs. Bohon.
2 months ago, Stephanie Bohon
Buy one get one free book fair!
A case of books
Cases of books
Cases of books
Books on top of bookshelves
April 2024 WG School Board Committee Meeting April 11, 2024 6:00 PM WG Central Administration Board Room Zoom:
2 months ago, Eric M. Gaydos
In preparation for the Solar Eclipse on Monday, Mr. Wilson got the third grade students together in order to model the event. The students had fun making models of the moon and Earth and demonstrated how the moon's shadow travels across the planet.
2 months ago, Morgan Lohr
Attention High School Students: Check out these summer enrichment opportunities! - Qrew Camp - Explore the Gas Industry with EQT - PFEW (Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week) - Explore the world of business by running your own simulated company with students from all over PA - Elmer Hafer American Legion State Police National Guard Youth Camp - Explore a career in law enforcement or the military - Keystone Boys State - Explore politics through an in-depth simulation of state and local government (*PFEW Registration for Greene County residents is only $100. See Mrs. Ullom for the referral code to apply the discounted registration. )
2 months ago, Melissa Ullom
Qrew Camp 1
Qrew Camp 2
Elmer Hafer 1
Elmer Hafer 2
Boys State 1
Boys State 2
Mrs. Booze's students have been learning about the total solar eclipse that will cross over North America on Monday, April 8th. They created models to show what takes place during a solar eclipse. The models allow students to visualize the moon passing between the sun and the Earth. The students are looking forward to wearing their protective glasses and viewing the eclipse. 
2 months ago, Ashton Booze
student's models
Last week, members participated in the State Legislative Leadership Conference (SLLC) in Harrisburg, PA. Students were able to learn about the legislative process while taking an active part in it. A huge thank you to Senator Camera Bartolotta for setting a Capitol tour and providing lunch and Representative Bud Cook for coming to breakfast with our students! These are such unique opportunities for our students.
2 months ago, Karlie Wright
Courtney Main, Haylie Barner, Mrs. Wright, Josie Stoneking, Emily Tichenor
SLLC 2024
SLLC 2024
SLLC 2024
SLLC 2024
SLLC 2024
Join us on May 4th as we open the greenhouse for the spring sale!
2 months ago, Karlie Wright
2024 Greenhouse Opening Day
West Greene Floral Design is now accepting orders for Prom! Please be sure to complete the order form link by the correct due date:
2 months ago, Karlie Wright
Prom Order Flyer
Prom Order Dates and Pick Up Times
The elementary will be having the Spring Scholastic BOGO book fair April 15th-April 19th. Our book fair homepage is here: More information and flyers will be coming home in the Tuesday folders on April 9th. We will once again be doing a Book Fairy eWallet for anyone that wants to donate money to help children that wouldn't otherwise have money for the fair. It was a big success last time! It enabled 25 students to get books from the fair that wouldn't have been able to otherwise! The link for the spring eWallet is here: If you are donating, please disregard the suggested value price and donate whatever amount you choose. Thank you for supporting our readers!
3 months ago, Stephanie Bohon
Scholastic Book Fair
March 2024 School Board Meeting Date: March 21, 2024 Time: Pre-Board - 6 PM / Board Meeting - Immediately Follows Location: West Greene Administrative Board Room Zoom:
3 months ago, Eric M. Gaydos