• Principals for WHS and Fairview Elementary Named

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    When students return to Westminster High School and Fairview Elementary in the fall they will be met by new principals who are ready to go.

    Kiffany Kiewiet and Camile Carlson have been named principals for the coming year. They both bring prior experience in District 50 to their jobs and a commitment to ensuring that all kids learn to the best of their abilities. Learn more about our two new leaders below:

    Kiffany Kiewiet Named Principal at Westminster High School

    Kiffany Kiffany Kiewiet has been selected as the new Principal at Westminster High School, taking the place of Michael Lynch who is staying with District 50 as the Director of Secondary Education. Kiewiet currently works with Westy students in the role of Assistant Principal and Athletic Director.

    The Westminster High School staff was notified about Kiffany’s new position Wednesday afternoon.

    Below is Kiffany’s message to the Westminster High School Community:

    I am so honored that I have been given the opportunity to lead Westminster High School. In the two years that I have been here, our staff has done amazing work with our students to put them on the path for academic success. I look forward to continuing this work with our staff and celebrating the ongoing success of our students.
    I wholeheartedly believe that every student that walks through the doors of Westminster High School deserves the opportunity to have a positive learning experience with staff that believes in their potential and I am so excited to lead this endeavor. In all of my experience in education, whether it was as a coach, teacher, Dean or Assistant Principal, I have always made every decision based on what is best for students and I will continue to do that. It is what our students and families deserve.
    Thank you,
    Kiffany Kiewiet

    Camile Carlson Named Fairview Principal

    Camile Camile Carlson, a one-time teacher in District 50, has been named the new Principal at Fairview Elementary School. She was introduced to the staff Wednesday afternoon and says she can’t wait to be a part of the Fairview family.

    Camile comes to District 50 from Cotton Creek Elementary School in Adams County District 12 where she worked for the past two years as an Assistant Principal. She worked at Westminster High School as an English teacher in the 2009-10 school year before becoming certified as a Principal.

    Below is a part of her message to the community:

    I am excited to be returning to take on a new challenge as an educational leader. I look forward to getting to know and partnering with Fairview Elementary’s students, staff, parents and community. Go Dragons!

    Camile Carlson


    Posted May 22, 2014