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Hundreds turn out for chilly Happy Smackah in Longmont

McIntosh Lake was surrounded by 3.1 miles of smiles Saturday morning, as hundreds of participants turned out for the annual Happy Smackah 5K fun run.

The sixth annual event — which each year raises money for a St. Vrain Valley School District staff member and/or student who is in need because of a health-related hardship — was expected to draw 800 participants who had registered in advance.

6th Grade Film Festival Monday 5/23 5:30

On Monday, May 23 from at 5:30 we will be showcasing short films created by teams of 6th grade filmmakers. The evening begins with a red carpet at 5:30 and we begin showing films at 6:00. Come join us for a night to celebrate student creativity and collaboration. 

Bike Aid Station Dedication May 19 7-8:15 am

Bike Aid Station Celebration

 

I Teach Because...

Think back to when you were a student, back-to-school shopping, finding your classroom, and the exciting lessons that would soon fill your day. The first day of school jitters that were calmed by the friendly, welcoming face, and celebrating the “ah ha” moments when you finally figured out how to solve the problem. Then there was the time in kindergarten, when you went to the restroom but couldn’t remember the way back to your classroom. As panic set in, that friendly face walked around the corner and they knew exactly where your classroom was.

Final Band Concert - Live Stream Too

Our final band concert of the school year is on Thursday May, 12th

Westview Middle School's robotics teams head to national competition

Robotics students at Longmont's Westview Middle School squeezed in as much time as they could in the robotics lab last week as they made final adjustments in preparation for a national competition. Their bots are designed to shoot balls into hoops, both autonomously and under driver control. "It's pretty crazy to be almost done," said eighth-grader Kate Desmond. "It's been such a great opportunity. There's been a lot of team building and learning. Going to nationals is pretty exciting."

Westview poets shine at Poetry Slam

On Monday 3/28 Westview Middle School Writing Club students performed their original poetry at the first annual Poetry Slam at the Cheese Importers. 

Sierra Bindseil

Kayla Barton

Simone Kirkevold

JuliAnne Herrmann

Martin Munoz

Symone Bender

Lilah Ruiz

Mia Kaliszewski

Jade Beckett

Haily Hebert 

A special thanks to Ms. Hagemeyer, Ms. Herrmann for creating and sponsoring the Writer's Club and to the Cheese Importers for hosting the event. 

8th Grade Band Judged to be SUPERIOR

On Friday March 25th the 8th Grade Band traveled to Mountain View High School in Loveland to perform at the Colorado Bandmasters Association Middle School Band Festival.  This festival provides students with the opportunity to perform for other bands and two professional judges.  The judges evaluate their performance based musical criteria including balance, blend, intonation, and musicality.  The judges provided the ensemble with real time feedback and evaluated their ability to interpret and apply what they were asking them to adjust.

Plains to Park Documentary Film Making 2016

Mr. Cribby and Mr. Kline will be offering a unique opportunity over the entire 2 weeks of Summer STEM (June 6-10 and 13-17).  This class is limited and is by application only.   

Plains to the Park & Documentary Film Making - All 4 Sessions - $300 -(For Current and Incoming Westview Students Only) Plains to Park Alumni are welcome as well

Summer STEM Academy registration open

Westview Summer STEM Academy

June 6-17

Fore more informtion or to register please click on the links below.

Summer Flyer WMS 2016.pdf

Registration

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