April 3rd - D50 Insider
Welcome back to this week’s edition of the D50 Insider.
District 50 will soon be seeking a new member for the Board of Education. Bob Landgraf announced on Thursday that he is resigning from the board because he is moving outside the District boundaries. He says it was not an easy decision. You can read his letter in the Insider.
She grew up in District 50 and is now one of the community’s best teachers. This week’s Insider video introduces you to Teresa Martinez, one of our Westminster Elks’ Teachers of the Year.
The Board of Education is weighing some difficult decisions as it creates a budget for the coming year. They had a study session this week to look at some of the options.
Now that it is prom and graduation season parents and students are being asked to commit to a written contract to try and ensure that it is a fun, yet safe time of year. We’ll tell you how you can participate.
Kaiser Permanente and District 50 are teaming up on a new effort to try and keep kids healthier. It’s good news you will want to hear.
Skyline Vista Principal Zack White gave it his all, including his hair during a St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraising event to battle childhood cancer. Insider cameras were there to capture the moment.
District 50 employees did some pretty amazing things over the Spring Break. We have some of their stories and pictures.
Retiring Columbine High School Principal Frank DeAngelis delivered an emotional speech at this year’s District 50 Education Foundation Breakfast. He is a graduate of Ranum High School.
A date has now been set for this year’s annual Retirement Tea. It’s coming up on Monday, May 12.
As always, check out the program listing for D50 TV this week, as well as the District's calendar of events.
By the way, the next Insider will come out in three weeks instead of the normal two. Look for it on April, 24.
As always, thanks for reading.
Posted April 3, 2014