Welcome back to this week’s edition of the D50 Insider.
There is a lot to tell you about in this edition of the Insider; exciting news in and outside the classroom!
Ken Ciancio has been named to replace Bob Landgraf on the Board of Education. We have the details and you can view a clip of his first remarks on the board where he talks about his dad who served on the board many years ago.
Jessica Messmer is one of three Westminster Elks’ Teachers of the year. Our Insider video takes you inside her classroom.
Westy Students were recognized recently for their work at promoting a drug free lifestyle.
Four schools have been given the opportunity to participate in a fundraising campaign for the tennis program where every dollar you give will be matched. It’s too good a deal to pass up.
We have a video that captures the artistic talents of our students whose work was on display at the 12th annual art show.
Now to talent of a different kind. You are invited to the District’s first ever STEM Fair where students show off their projects in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
This week a group of students also mixed science with baseball as they attended the Colorado Rockies Weather and Science Day.
We have the video highlights of the elementary school honor choir and details about a celebrity visit to Metz Elementary.
Students at Tennyson Knolls jump roped for a healthy heart and their principal dressed up to keep his part of the bargain.
The annual Westminster Plant Show and Sale is about the get underway and we have the details.
As always, check out the program listing for D50 TV this week, as well as the District's calendar of events.
As always, thanks for reading.