I am Brennah Lane and I am your child’s Advocacy Teacher/ Advocate. Advocacy is more than a Homeroom. Advocacy classes are first and foremost a time for students to build supportive relationships with their peers and with an adult they can trust. It is a time for everyone to feel recognized and welcomed into the school community. As your child’s Advocate, I will be your primary point of communication, and I am committed to advocating for your child this year.
I began my teaching career in 2020. I was enrolled in the NxtGen teach program at CU Denver. I consider myself a lifelong learner! I feel it is so important for me to provide a safe and welcoming environment where students can grow and tackle challenges. I love all types of candy (chocolate and caramel are my favorite), the color green/yellow, and watching movies. I value empathy, curiosity, growth mindset, and kindness.
I have subscribed you to my Advocacy page and my classroom pages, so you will receive updates to your email automatically. Please follow this link for weekly updates, academic information, upcoming events and other information:
This first half of this quarter, your child will have art with Ms. Haughton. You are not pre-subscribed to their Edlio page, so please go to their page and subscribe!” The second half of the quarter will be iLab with Mr. Anderson.
If you would like to volunteer this year, please sign up by using this QR code. Please contact the front office if you have any questions about volunteering.
This month, our August Advocacy theme is RISE!
At Westgate, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a part of our Whole Child Education program. PBIS is a system in which students, staff and community create a set of school-wide behavioral expectations/ core values, we teach those expectations in all of our various environments, and then we CELEBRATE when we see students doing those things! At Westgate, we RISE (Respect, Integrity, Safety, Empathy).