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  • Bob Landgraf Remembered as a Man Who Made a Difference

    Former Board of Education member and Westminster High School graduate Bob Landgraf was remembered by the community he loved last Saturday. He was revered as a “great man, mentor and leader,” during a memorial service at Ciancio’s Restaurant at Hyland Hills.


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  • Teachers of Year Named

    Tim Woodruff, Karina Costas and Zoe Driver have been named the 2015 Westminster Elks Teachers of the Year. All three are committed to their students and the long-term success of District 50.


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  • ‘Fred’ Award Winners Recognized

    The two newest “Fred Award” winners are perfect examples of employees who go the extra mile to help students and coworkers in District 50.

    Jesse Henley, the head custodian at Hidden Lake High School and community liaison Myrian Nowosad were honored at the recent Board of Education meeting.
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  • ‘Talking Topics’ Examines STEM Education at WHS

    The student produced interview program “Talking Topics” takes an in-depth look at Westminster High School’s STEM program and Project Lead the Way classes that give students an opportunity to pursue higher levels of learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.


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  • “Riva Day” at Hodgkins, Money Raised

    Students, staff and community came together at Hodgkins Elementary on March 27th to raise money for teacher, Arshi Bir’s one-year-old daughter Riva. Staff and students lined up on an outdoor field to spell her name for a memorable picture.

    Doctors diagnosed Riva with stage 4 Neuroblastoma cancer and Opsoclonus Myoclonus Ataxia on Valentines’ Day of this year.
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  • Date Set for Retirement Celebration

    Retiring staff from District 50 will be honored Thursday May 21 during a Retirement Celebration at the Westminster Recreation Center.

    It’s an opportunity to say goodbye and thank you to retiring teachers and staff members who have devoted their lives to helping educate children. It’s also an opportunity for the community to come together and share their love of learning.
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  • 2015-16 School Year to Begin August 19th

    Most students will return to classrooms next school year on Wednesday, August 19 under the District calendar approved by the District 50 Board of Education.
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