Welcome this week’s edition of the D50 Insider!
15 wins and counting!
The Westminster High School Girls Basketball team has won 15 consecutive games and hosts a home playoff game Friday night. We have the details and highlights of one of their biggest wins of the season.
The Board of Education has weighed in on the debate about school funding. They unanimously supported a resolution aimed at education equity.
The first round of, now public, discussions involving the school district and the Westminster Education Association dove right into the issue of possible pay raises. We have more information.
State testing begins next month. We have the latest on how you can prepare your children for the new online assessments.
The two latest “Fred Award” winners are heroes in their own schools. We will show you how they were honored.
This week’s Insider Video shows you how our students are part of a community art project that will live on for years to come.
The family of 1993 WHS graduate Matthew Leggett, who was killed last summer in Afghanistan, now has a special way to remember him. We will take you to the emotional celebration of his life with Congressman Ed Perlmutter.
The principal at Westminster Elementary is a man of his word, even if it means a crazy haircut. We will explain.
A wonderful family tradition is keeping the less fortunate warm this winter season. The story from “Have a Heart” will touch your heart.
Last weekend’s snowstorm forced the Celebrating Academic Excellence event to be rescheduled for March 7th. We have details on how you can help.
And it’s not too late to get your tickets for Tuesday’s D50 Nuggets night.
As always, we have the complete lineup for District 50 Television and the Community Calendar.
Thanks for reading,