November 10th - D50 Insider
Welcome to this week’s edition of the District 50 Insider!
There will be a new face on the Board of Education. Voters picked newcomer Max Math and incumbents Dino Valente and Ken Ciancio to serve on the Board for the next four years. You will hear what they have to say.
The future is looking a lot brighter for our kids with the help of the new Future Center in the Westminster High School Library. Watch our video to see what it has to offer.
The Future Center was unveiled the same night as the District 50 Showcase which brought in hundreds of families to learn all about the academic and social programs available to the community.
Round three of our survey about a potential name change for District 50 is now available. There are some new names to consider and we want your opinion.
Families from across Adams County came to Westminster High School over the weekend for the Parent Academy held in cooperation with the Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition. It's an innovative program to get parents more connected with their child’s learning.
The folks at Flynn Elementary are smiling this week. Their school is going to get an upgrade. We have the details.
The CenterStage Theater production of “Just Like Us” plays this week in the Black Box Theater of Westminster High School. Our Insider video takes you behind the scenes to learn more about the play that looks at the controversial issue of immigration and its impact on high school students.
The Wolves came up a little bit short Friday night in the first round of the state football playoffs. In spite of the loss, it was a great season.
We have two new FRED award winners for you to meet. They are being honored for their contributions to District 50.
As always we have the D50 TV lineup and our calendar of events.
Thanks for reading. We will see you after Thanksgiving.
Posted November 9, 2015