Welcome back to this week’s edition of the D50 Insider.
May is a busy month, and there is a lot to tell you about in this week’s Insider.
The latest round of 3rd grade reading results are out and District 50 is celebrating. We are the only large metro area district with improved numbers this year, and in fact, D50 has been up four consecutive years. Read about the results and what others are saying.
The three finalists for the job as Westminster High School Principal met with the public this week. We have details about who is being considered for the important position.
This week’s Insider has a profile of one of three Westminster Elks Teachers of The Year. Learn all about Sunset Ridge’s Neal Wolcott.
The Colorado Legislature has finalized the state budget, clearing the way for the Board of Education to make some key decisions about the 14/15 budget. As we have been telling you, some difficult decisions have to be made.
District 50’s STEM students have been sharing what their year in the classroom has produced. It’s impressive.
“Our Voice”, the Westminster High School student produced talk show tackles the important issue of health and diet. We have a preview.
Ever wonder what it takes to be a really good bus driver? We have details about their annual Road-E-O.
Music clips are available in this week’s Insider, courtesy our elementary and middle school band members.
We also have reminders about two important District Events. The annual Retirement Tea is Monday, May 12th and the District 50 Education Foundation Golf Tournament is Wednesday, June 4th.
As always, check out the program listing for D50 TV this week, as well as the District's calendar of events.
Thanks for reading,