Welcome to this week's edition of the D50 Insider!
District 50, with the help of the Morgridge Family Foundation, is breaking ground in how students and teachers learn at the same time. Essentially, a whole school picks up and moves to the museum for the day. The Insider has the story.
If you or a loved one is thinking about college, this is the month to get things done. Lieutenant Governor Joe Garcia visited Westminster High School this week to share important details.
Two employees have been recognized for their exceptional work as part of a day focused on helping all Education Support Professionals do their jobs better and improve their customer service skills.
The Westminster City Council has endorsed District 50’s mill levy and bond election proposals. We have details.
A family that turned their personal tragedy into a worldwide crusade to fight suicide has been honored by the Board of Education. We salute Dale and Dar Emme.
A September hurricane turned Board Treasurer Ryan McCoy’s family vacation to Mexico into a travel nightmare. He returned with a new perspective on life and some words of wisdom. He also shared his pictures with the Insider.
Students joined with activists from around the world to focus on a day of peace. Their message and artwork touched a lot of people.
If you missed the Homecoming Parade, we have got you covered. Our cameras captured the event and we will also tell you about the winners in the different categories. We will also take you to the Ranum/Westminster High School Alumni Golf Tournament.
You might remember that last issue we had a Constitution quiz in honor of Constitution Day. The Insider will give you the answers and let you know who won the prizes.
As always, check out the entire program listing for D50 TV this week, as well as the District’s Calendar of Events.
Thanks for reading,