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  • Westminster High School math teacher, Ben Forbes is no longer employed by Westminster Public Schools. He resigned his position on Thursday, December 1 after the conclusion of an internal investigation, which was shared with the Westminster Police Department.

    Mr. Forbes also served as head boys' soccer coach and assistant coach to the boys’ basketball team and girls’ soccer team.

    Mr. Forbes has been arrested on the charges of sexual assault on a child-position of trust and sexual assault on a child-pattern of abuse.

    Respecting due process for all parties involved, we continue to follow district policy and procedures and are referring details about the investigation to the Westminster Police Department.

    Please know that the safety of our children is always our highest priority and as a part of that responsibility we strive to keep our families informed about events that impact our community.  

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  • Flynn Elementary Honors our Veterans


     Veterans Day

     


    At the end of an emotional week that highlighted the political differences among many Americans, the 16th Annual Veterans Day Celebration reminded everyone in attendance about what we all have in common; an appreciation for our veterans and the freedoms we enjoy because of their sacrifices.

     

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  • Note From Superintendent Swanson

     

    Superintendent Swanson

     

    It’s been a week now since our very contentious election that produced a lot of emotions and questions about how educators deal with complex and controversial issues. I want to share with you how we approached the election and its results in Westminster Public Schools.

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  • Special Ed Teacher Delivers Keynote Address


     Chartier

     


    Metz Special Education teacher Mark Chartier received a standing ovation earlier this month after delivering the keynote address at the Equity in Excellence Conference at the Colorado Convention Center.

     

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  • FRED Award Honors Key Members of WPS Team

     

    Fred winner

    Fred Winner

     

    Dana Davidson and Veronica Gleaton have been honored as “FRED Award” winners for the month of October. Both play a major role in ensuring that students in Westminster Public Schools get a first class education.

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  • Westy Jazz Band Dazzles at Dazzle


     Jazz

     


    Monday was a night to remember for the Westminster High School Jazz Ensemble as they joined the Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra for an evening performance at Dazzle Jazz Club and Restaurant.

     

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  • 8th Grade Showcase Highlights all Westminster High School Offers

     

    8th Grade Showcase

    The thought of entering high school is a scary idea for most 8th grade students, but thanks to this year’s 8th Grade Showcase at Westminster High School, the coming year will be a little less daunting and a lot more exciting. Students found out for themselves that WHS has a lot to offer.

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  • Fairview Pie Throwing Fundraiser

     

    Pie

    Students, teachers and the Principal of Fairview Elementary had a messy good time last Friday as they raised money during a pie throwing event that left everyone smiling and a little gooey.

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  • Learn More About The Westminster Public Schools Mobile App


     WPS APP

     


    The app allows you to access information when you are on-the-go or at work in one convenient place.


    On The Westminster Public Schools app you can find:

    • News and videos
    • Calendars
    • Lunch Menus
    • Teacher and District contact information
    • Sports and Activities
    • Empower Grade Book
    • Social Media
    • Much more!!

     

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  • Cold Weather

    Dear WPS Families,

    Cold weather is here!

    It is important that children are dressed appropriately for when they come to school. This is especially true for students who walk to school or wait at bus stops.

    In the event of a closure or delay, families will receive an automated phone call and email from the Communications Department. It is important that your individual school have the correct contact information.

    In addition, details will be immediately posted on the District web page as well as the District's Facebook and Twitter accounts. Local media outlets will also share information with the public.

    Please stay warm and safe.

     

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