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Building tomorrow’s leaders today.
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Prepare all students to be responsible, resilient, resourceful, and productive world citizens in a changing and diverse society.
News: CHOC Asthma Education

CHOC is offering an Asthma Education class for parents and children on Thursday, July 30 from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. They are partnering with the Association of Asthma Educators to provide the best experience possible. The evening will include dinner, prizes, and entertainment.

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Warner Students Replenish
White Sea Bass Population

Warner Middle School student prepares to release a white sea bass. The fish is one of 10 that he and his class at the Westminster school helped raise as part of a program that uses restoration of a depleted fish population as an educational opportunity.

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Warner Students Donate to Charities
The 7th grade Math Team at Warner Middle School donated $1,000 to the American Cancer Society and $750 to CHOC. The students earned the money through a class project called “Math Market” in which they designed products and sold them during Open House. The 7th graders opted to donate their profits to charity rather than have an end of the year party!
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Westminster School District
Board of Trustees

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Mrs. Penny Loomer, Member;
Mr. Jamison Power, Vice President;
Mrs. Amy Walsh, Member;
Mrs. Mary Mangold, President;
Mr. Khanh Nguyen, Member

Upcoming Events
  • Board Meeting: August 20, 2015
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Special Tree Planted at Willmore

Earlier this year Willmore Elementary welcomed about 250 displaced students and staff members from Hope View Elementary. The two schools blended beautifully and students learned together side by side for the better part of the school year. Before Willmore staff and students said goodbye to those from Hope View, a tree was planted to commemorate the special time they spent together. The “Hope More Tree” is a symbol of the ability to change and adapt through all seasons in order to grow and thrive.

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Learning to Love STEM by building robots

Cynthia Heinle, a math teacher at Johnson Middle School in Westminster, has an ambitious goal for the students who come through her elective class every trimester.

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Newly Renovated Library
at Stacey Middle School

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