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Westview Robotics Competing at the US Open (nationals)

Westview teams competed in the VEX Robotics US Open (Nationals) today (April 6) in Iowa. 

Semicolon

Martians

Quecumber

Bombsquad

Our robotics teams acquitted themselves nicely . Semicolon and The Martians made it all the way to the semifinals in a strong alliance. In Robot Skills the Martians finished 18th and Semicolon 2nd. Team Semicolon was awarded the Amaze Award. Congratulations to Mr. Hernandez, Mr. Kath, and all of our robotics students. Hard work has paid off! 

CMAS Testing April 8 - 15

We will be conducting our annual state CMAS testing April 8-15. Eighth graders only will also have science testing April 16-18. Please encourage your child to get a good night sleep and a good breakfast each day. 

Westview STEM Explorers learn and provide service to our community

A group of students at Westview known as STEM Explorers have been working with Boulder County Parks and Open space for several years. They have been engaged in water quality studies, learning about the Emerald Ash Borer, and engaging in conservation efforts at several local open space properties. They have been conducting water quality studies at Heil Ranch for several years. In the fall they built fishing line receptacles, conducted water quality studies, and surveyed trash and human impact at Pella Crossing.

Students at Longmont's Westview Middle School build fishing line collection tubes at Lagerman Reservoir

Originally published in the Daily Camera >>


Fishing enthusiasts at Lagerman Reservoir near Longmont now can dispose of hooks and lines in handy collection tubes thanks to the efforts of about 50 Westview Middle School students.

Tuesday afternoon, students from the Longmont school circled the reservoir picking up trash and helping install three of the PVC tubes they built.

Westview Summer STEAM Academy

Westview Summer Steam Academy 2019

Are you looking for some academically charged summer fun? Then sign up for our Summer STEAM Academy. We are offering 4 sessions 

Session 1  June 3-7 8:30 - 11:30 AM

Westview Breakfast Program Celebration

On Wednesday, March 5 Denver Broncos Mascot Miles came to help celebrate the new breakfast program at Westview. The cafeteria opens at 7:45 each day for breakfast. All students are welcome. Breakfast is provided free to students who qualify and the cost is only $1.75 for all others. So important to send all students to classes each day fueled up and ready to learn. 

 

February is Kindness Month at Westview

Westview 8th Graders Ava Bennell, Rachel Mau, and Ella Jackson are spearheading a kindness campaign at Westview. This initiative is part of their National Junior Honor Society service project. Their kindness initiative works hand in glove with our 7 Mindsets theme for the month, "Attitude of Gratitude". Students and teachers are spreading messages of support and kindness, we have a daily announcement of kindness, and our hallways are adorned with posters featuring insprirational messages. Thank you girls for making Westview Middle School a little better each day. 

Westview Robotics Teams invited to Innovation Center

Westview robotics teams were invited to the Innovation Center to be part of the Partners in Education Breakfast this morning at the Innovation Center. They joined teams from Erie Middle School in demonstrating one of the outstanding things that is going on in our St. Vrain Schools! 

Superintendent Update - The Future of America

Across the district, we have been championing a new motivational motto that is uniting our shared vision for excellence in learning and student advancement: We are taking public education by #StVrainStorm! Every day, I observe countless examples of students, teachers, staff, and community partners exemplifying the highest levels of achievement and drive that represent the very best of our public schools. Our graduation rates are at their highest level – over 90 percent at our traditional schools – and St. Vrain was also one of only four districts in Colorado and 373 nationally to be recognized by College Board’s Annual AP District Honor Roll. Enrollment in Advanced Placement (AP) courses has increased by 50 percent since 2014 with over 3,000 students enrolled in at least one AP class.

Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences are February 5, 7, and 13. 

Click here for the parent letter.

Click here for the confernence scheduling information sheet. 

 

Click here to schedule a conference 

 

 

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