• WPS Artists Share Work at CASB Convention

    The artwork of four students from Westminster Public Schools was seen by educators from across the state at the annual Colorado Association of School Boards (CASB) annual convention in Colorado Springs.

    The District was well represented, as only 112 pieces were included in the entire exhibit. CASB officials call the art show one of the most popular attractions of the annual gathering which brings together members from school boards across the state of Colorado.

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    Rebecca Ramirez Martinez is an 11th grade student at Hidden Lake High School.

    Nicole Riley and Alyssa Garcia submitted a joint project. The two artists are 8th grade students at Colorado STEM Academy.

    Ilijah Lopez is a second grader at Mesa Elementary.

    Ilijah was recognized at the last week’s Board of Education meeting where his mother, principal, and art teacher all came to support him.

    Mesa Elementary student recognized at the Board meeting for outstanding artwork.

    You can see the work of the other students who were represented at the convention online here.