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  • Important Notice for WPS Families

    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    As you may know, there has been nationwide social media activity this week related to people dressing as clowns who claim to pose a threat to local schools. There is no reason to believe any of these threats are credible, but we wanted to alert members of the community in case there are any questions or if any of our children express concern for their safety. Local law enforcement has been made aware of this social media activity, but tell us there is no need for additional security measures. As always, staff and students should remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity. It is important for parents and guardians to be aware of children’s online activity and make it clear that they should always share concerning information with an adult.

    If you have any other concerns or information about this or any other social media activity don’t hesitate to contact our main office.

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  • Harris Park Teacher on Wheel of Fortune


    Jeff on Wheel of Fortune

    For Harris Park teacher Jeff Raposa, competing on Wheel of Fortune was never about the money—it was about fulfilling a lifelong dream.

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  • Note From Superintendent Swanson

     Superintendent Swanson

    AdvancED is a highly respected non-profit educational organization that reviews and accredits 32,000 PreK-12 schools and school systems across the United States and 70 other nations. In some instances, like Westminster Public Schools, AdvancED accreditation compliments the state accreditation process while for some schools and states, it is the only accreditation model used.


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  • Japanese Educators Visit WPS

    Japanese Educators visit WPS

    Most of Westminster Public Schools second language learners speak Spanish, while in Japan, the largest group of second language learners speak Chinese. While the languages are different, the challenges are the same. About ten percent of Japanese students are second language learners, but in some communities the number is as high as 30 percent.

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  • ‘Putts for a Purpose’ Scores an Ace


    Students and families from F.M. Day Elementary and Sherrelwood Elementary were the lucky guests this year at the annual ‘Putts for a Purpose’ event at Adventure Golf. Sponsored by the Hyland Hills Foundation, supported by foundation volunteers and Derby Bikes, it is one of the highlights of the year.


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  • ‘Rods for a Good Cause’ Supports Metz Elementary

    Rods for a good cause

    The Third Annual Rods for a Good Cause was held Saturday, September 10th in the parking lot of Ranum Middle School to benefit the students of Metz Elementary.

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  • Ranum/Westy Golf Tournament is Coming Soon

    Alumni Golf Tourney

    Spots are still available for the Fourth Annual Ranum/Westminster High School Alumni Golf Tournament scheduled for Friday, October 7th at the Greg Mastriona Golf Course at Hyland Hills.

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