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7th Grade Film Festival - Thursday 5/18 @ 6:00

Enjoy a red carpet celebration followed by the premeire screening of student created short films. Creativity, innovation, and collaboration all come together in one great event. We conclude with our own version of the academy awards. I hope you can join us! 

ITAC: You're Invited

The Instructional Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC) is looking for additional members to join and help us refine our district-wide plan for instructional technology.

April Family Connections Newsletter

The latest version of the Family Connections newsletter is ready for your reading enjoyment! In this month's issue, learn more about helping students create a positive digital footprint and more.  You can preview the newsletter by following this link.

6th Grade Tack Meet

Monday 4/24 after school at Lyons Middle Senior High School 

Westview Robotics competing at Nationals.

Westview Robotics is being represented by four teams competing at the 2017 VEX Robotics US Open Robotics Championships in Council Bluffs Iowa. Competition is April 7 and 8. 

Track results from Longmont High School home meet

Track meet results from home meet at Longmont High School.

Results can be viewed by clicking here.

Changes to the 2017-2018 School Schedule

Note: An earlier version of this letter incorrectly stated the first bell time at 8:15. Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, the first bell will be at 8:10.

Jazz Night at the Dickens Wednesday, March 8

The Westview Jazz Band will be performing at 7:00 on Wednesday, March 8 at the Dickens Opera House on Main Street. Full restaurant service is available. You are invited to come enjoy dinner and a great night of jazz. 

Westview Choir to perform National Anthem at Colorado Eagles game 3/8

You are invited to join the Westview Choir and their families at the Colorado Eagles game on Wednesday, March 8 at 7:00 at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland. If you would like to join us, tickets are $16 and can be purchased via the link below.  

Westview students bring Plains to the Park

Sunscreen must smell as tasty as ice cream to animals roaming past motion sensor cameras at Rocky Mountain National Park given all the slobber they leave on the lenses.

"Animals will often lick the cameras, and the only thing that I can think of is that we all must still have sunscreen on our hands when we handle those cameras," said Dave Kline, a math teacher at Longmont's Westview Middle School.

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