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Westminster Public Schools - Where Education is Personal

Where Education is Personal

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  • Teacher Profile: Jessica Morgan


    Throughout the school year, What’s Up WPS is highlighting exemplary staff and students that live up to the district motto—Westminster Public Schools-Where Education is Personal.

     

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  • Note From Superintendent Swanson

     

    Swanson

    Dear WPS Community, Welcome to a new year! Yes, the first week of 2017 brought us snow, cold weather and school closures, but since we are all a hearty bunch we pushed through and are ready for whatever Mother Nature has in store for us over the next couple of months.

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  • WPS Represented at White House Meeting on Testing


     

     White House


    Superintendent Pam Swanson and Chief Education Officer Oliver Grenham were among an elite group of educators brought to the White House last month to focus on how to make the nation’s tests Better, Fairer and Fewer.

     

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  • Community Input Wanted on WPS Arts Programs

     

    Chark Art

    What is the best way to provide quality art programs for students in Westminster Public Schools?

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  • Westy Kids Win Big in National BizInnovator Competition


     

     IB


    A major award for Westminster High School students who took second place placed in the National BizInnovator Entrepreneurship competition, winning a $1000 award for their business startup plan.

     

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  • WHS Basketball Teams Share Skills with Kids

     

    Basketball

    The Westy High School gym was filled with red faces and wide grins through winter break as once again both the girls and boys basketball teams joined forces with Hyland Hills to bring kids a fun and educational time on the courts.

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  • Ranum IB Class of 2006 Raises Money, Shares Memories


     

     IB Class


    Ranum High School’s first ever International Baccalaureate (IB) Class from 2006 got together over the holidays to reconnect with fellow students and staff members and also to raise money for Westminster High School’s current IB Program.

     

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  • Applications for WPS Foundation Scholarships Now Being Accepted

     

    Foundation

    Financial assistance for WPS Seniors wanting to go to college is now a click away. The Westminster Public Schools Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications from Westminster High School and Hidden Lake High School seniors planning to attend in-state and out-of-state schools.

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  • Vote Now for One Book 4 Colorado


     

     One Book 4


    Three books have been chosen as finalists for the state’s One Book 4 Colorado program and now is your opportunity to select the winner. The selected book will be given away to over 75,000 four year olds across the state.

     

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  • Learn More About The Westminster Public Schools Mobile App


     WPS APP

     


    The app allows you to access information when you are on-the-go or at work in one convenient place.


    On The Westminster Public Schools app you can find:

    • News and videos
    • Calendars
    • Lunch Menus
    • Teacher and District contact information
    • Sports and Activities
    • Empower Grade Book
    • Social Media
    • Much more!!

     

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  • Cold Weather

    Dear WPS Families,

    Cold weather is here!

    It is important that children are dressed appropriately for when they come to school. This is especially true for students who walk to school or wait at bus stops.

    In the event of a closure or delay, families will receive an automated phone call and email from the Communications Department. It is important that your individual school have the correct contact information.

    In addition, details will be immediately posted on the District web page as well as the District's Facebook and Twitter accounts. Local media outlets will also share information with the public.

    Please stay warm and safe.

     

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