Each day Mr. Spencer has sent an update home to all families. We also have continued to send the Weekly Update on Friday afternoon. We hope that this information has been helpful and informative. Like he says .... We got this Wildcats!
Westview sent 5 teams to the Colorado State Championships on Saturday, March 7 at CU Denver. All 5 teams had a strong showing and The Martians won in the finals and are Colorado State Champions for 2020. In winning, they qualified to compete in the World Championships April 22-25 in Louisville Kentucky. This is the fifth state championship in the pat 6 years for Westview Robotics. That is quite a run.
Westview teachers Heather Ellis and Karen Cribby are featured in the latest book by Catlin Tucker entitled "Balance with Blended Learning". Catlin Tucker is the recognized expert in Blended Learning and we are proud to have two of our finest teachers featured in her book. We invite you to come see the rigorous engaging learning that is going on at Westview. Just give us a call and we would be happy to give you a tour of the school.
We just learned that Westview has been redesignated as a Colorado School to Watch! One more example of academic excellence by design! Such a great way to honor the amazing work of teachers staff and students! It feels great to be a Wildcat!
In this month's issue of the Family Connections Newsletter, we share tips on taking fantastic photos with an iPad, information on the Longmont Public Library's Tech Café, and questions you might ask yourself as you consider the right time to give your child a smartphone.
Join the St. Vrain Valley Schools Superintendent and Board of Education to engage in a visioning conversation around the purpose of public education, the future direction of the district, and goals to ensure continued alignment between strategic priorities and community needs.
On January 29 students in our Earth Explorers STEM Block gathered to premiere the short films that they created in collaboration with University of Colorado and NCAR scientists. The students presented to the audience about their experiences and what they had learned. Then each film was shown. As a part of this process students went to CU and NCAR to learn from and collaborate with their university professors. They had wonderful experiences on the CU campus. Thank you to Ms. Sneider and Ms. Smedley for putting all of this together for our Earth Explorers!