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  • Girls’ B-Ball Team Honored at State Capitol

    The Westminster High School Girls Basketball team finished its history-making season this week under the gold dome of the state capitol. State Senator Jessie Ulibarri recognized the team for winning the school’s first ever league championship during a season that saw them win 15 consecutive games.
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  • Sunset Ridge Receives ‘Foundations for Great Schools’ Award

    A coalition of five private Colorado foundations has awarded Sunset Ridge Elementary $30,000 to support continued student achievement efforts. The money will be used to increase the use of technology in the school to buy more Chromebooks and charging stations for student use.
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  • Retiring Principal of Tennyson Knolls Elementary Honored

    After 37 years in education, Tennyson Knolls Elementary School Principal Tom Elliott is retiring at the end of the school year. He already knows how much his students and staff think of him, now he knows the feelings of his fellow principals and the Board of Education.
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  • 2014-15 Celebrating Academic Excellence Winners

    The rescheduled competition was held this past weekend with ideal weather and a huge turnout from both contestants and their supporters. The friendly competition pits students and schools against each other in a range of categories from spelling and geography to science and a Lego competition.

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  • Crown Pointe, STEM Academy Shine in Destination Imagination Competition

    Students from Crown Pointe Academy and Colorado STEM Academy advanced to state-level competition this past weekend in the annual Destination Imagination regional tournament held in Aurora. They will compete against the brightest kids from around the state on April 25th at the Auraria Campus.
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  • Hodgkins Collects ‘Pennies for Patients’

    All those pennies quickly add up! Just ask the students at Hodgkins Elementary.

    This year’s Pennies for Patients charity event raised $2,506.20 in donations for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Over a two week period, classrooms collected spare change for this important cause, and recently members of the student council joined school administrators in running all the change through a Coinstar machine that sorts and counts the coins.
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