The WPS District Showcase was a resounding success as families gathered at Westminster High School on Thursday, October 27, to learn more information about their own schools and see for themselves all that Westminster High School has to offer.
The night also allowed kids (and parents) to dress up in their Halloween costumes and go trick-or-treating among friends and educators. The annual event was put on hold because of the Covid-19 pandemic, and everyone was thrilled by its return.
“A big thank you to everyone who made the District Showcase a success,” Superintendent Pam Swanson wrote to staff. “It was a special night that “showcased” WPS at its best. It was inspiring to see families engaged with their school communities.”
The WPS philosophy is that all roads lead to Westminster High School, and to make the night special, every high school staff member was on hand to welcome families and answer questions. Families were encouraged to tour the building and learn about all the pathways and activities available for students.
In addition, every school had its own booth where principals, staff, and students shared examples of what makes their school unique. They also shared details about their Unified School Improvement Plans.
District Showcase Photo Galleries
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