We have been closely monitoring the Cal-Wood Fire, in partnership with the Boulder Office of Emergency Management and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, as the fire spread and evacuation areas are impacting several areas within our district community. Firefighting crews have done an outstanding job working to contain the northern and eastern spread of the fire, but we know that wildfires can be unpredictable and we must remain vigilant and prepared for any changes to the fire’s activity.
Our fall Book Fair this year will be a virtual event. Everything that we have in our traditional bookfairs from the comfort of your own home. Please click on the link below to see a student created "commercial" for our book fair.
Back to School Night this year will be a completely virtual event. At 6:00 on Tuesday, August 15 we will send a virtual Back to School night to your home. Each core team (Silver or Blue) at each grade level, as well as all of our elective teachers have created videos and informational presentations. You simply click on the corresponding buttons to learn more and meet our staff. Our office staff, resource officer and campus supervisor, counselors, and administration have created videos and presentations as well.
On Thursday, September 3 all middle schools in the district will be competing in a school spirit challenge. Students are encouraged to dress in school colors on Thursday. (Blue, Silver, Black, White) The school with the highest percentage of students participating will be crowned champion! In addition, each core teacher will select the "most spirited" student from their Core-X class (homeroom) on Thursday. They will take a screenshot and send them to the principal. Mr. Eipper and Mr. Spencer will review all of the entries and choose a "most-spirited" Westview Wildcat.
Most of you know that Westview is a STEM school. One of Westview’s STEM programs is called Plains to the Park. Since 2014, this program has been collecting data about the animals that live in northern Colorado’s Front Range and how that is changing over ti
Dr. Don Haddad visited Westview today to recognize teachers Kris Hagemeyer and Justin Crane for 25 years of service to our St. Vrain Community. Both of these teachers have served their entire career in St. Vrain. Truly two of the finest teachers I have ever had the pleasure of working with.