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  • We Want Your Input on the District 50 2014-15 Budget

    The Adams County District 50 Board of Education is in the process of creating a budget for the 2014-15 school year and we want your input on what is most important to you.

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  • Process Outlined for Naming New Board of Education Member

    Following Tuesday night’s resignation of Board of Education Director Robert Landgraf, the Board of Education approved a plan to name his successor in a timely fashion. The process allows the board to consider all qualified candidates and interview them in a public setting.

    Here are the details of the selection process:

    • All qualified candidates must contact Veronica Gleaton in person in the Superintendent’s office by 4:30 p.m. Monday, April 14.

    • Candidates will be required to sign an affidavit stating that they meet the requirements set forth by the state of Colorado.

    • They have been registered to vote in the Adams County School District 50 boundaries for 12 consecutive months.

    • They have not been convicted of committing any sexual offense against a child.

    • Candidates must agree to take and pass the standard District 50 administered background check that is required of all people who do volunteer work in District 50.

    • Candidates should submit a one page maximum letter of interest for the position.

    • Additional information, for instance a resume, is optional.

    On Tuesday, April 15 and Wednesday, April 16 (if necessary), the four current members of the Board of Education will interview candidates in Room C120 at Westminster High School at 7:00 p.m.

    On Monday, April 21, the Board of Education will hold a special Board of Education meeting discuss and vote on the new member to the Board of Education. If the Board is divided on its choice and cannot agree upon the selection within sixty days after the effective date of Mr. Landgraf’s resignation (June 7), Board President Ruben Pacheco is authorized by Colorado State Statute to choose a successor to Mr. Landgraf.

    If the Board selects and names Mr. Landgraf’s successor in its April 21 meeting, the new Board member will take the oath and be seated with the Board at its regular meeting on Tuesday, April 22 at 6:30 p.m.

    Mr. Landgraf announced last week that he is resigning from the Board because he is moving to a new home outside of School District 50 boundaries. In his resignation letter Landgraf wrote, “I wish to make it clear that I have thoroughly enjoyed my service to District 50 and realize that this decision is made after much thought.”

    Interested candidates can contact Ms. Gleaton at 720-542-5015 or vgleaton@adams50.org.

    Ms. Gleaton is located in the Superintendent’s office on the second floor of Westminster High School at 6933 Raleigh Street in Westminster.


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  • Bob Landgraf Honored at Board of Education Meeting

    District 50 Board of Education Director Bob Landgraf was honored at the April 8, 2014 Board of Education Meeting.

    Bob, a 1962 graduate of Westminster High School who was serving his second stint on the Board resigned recently because he is moving out of District boundaries.

    Here are some comments from his fellow Board of Education members and Superintendent Dr. Pamela Swanson:


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  • Grumpy Bird named as 2014 One Book 4 Colorado

    The book Grumpy Bird has been named as the One Book 4 Colorado for the year 2014. Parents and children across the state are being asked to pick up and read a copy of the book to promote early childhood literacy and a love of reading. 75,000 copies of the book are available for free at area libraries and health clinics through April 21. The book tells the humorous story of a bird who wakes up in a grumpy mood and how his friends try to cheer him up. Below is a list of the closest available sites. Be sure to contact the location ahead of time to make sure they have copies available.

    For more Information click here.

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  • Landgraf Resigning from BOE, Moving out of District

    Bob Landgraf, a proud 1962 graduate of Westminster High School who is now serving his second stint on the District 50 Board of Education announced Thursday he is resigning from the board because he is moving out of the district.

    His resignation will become effective at the conclusion of Tuesday night’s regularly scheduled board meeting. At that same meeting, the process will be outlined for selecting his successor.

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  • Westminster Historical Society Hosts Grand Opening 

    7200 LOWELL BLVD., WESTMINSTER, CO 80031
    PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE
    SATURDAY, APRIL 26
    10AM-4PM

    • Former students sharing memories
    • Exhibit – “Going to School in Westminster”
    • Tours of the Westminster History Center
    • Light refreshments & entertainment

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  • Meet Teacher of the Year Teresa Martinez

    Teresa Martinez’s life has come full circle and she’s proud to tell everyone it is because of the education that she received in Adams County School District 50.


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  • Board Faces Tough Budget Choices

    It’s not a matter of “if” there will be budget cuts next year in District 50, but rather how much will be cut and where those cuts will take place. That was the consensus view from the Board of Education after Tuesday night’s study session that took a look at the 2014-15 budget situation.

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  • ‘Safety Contract’ is Available for Prom and Graduation Season

    With prom and graduation season about to get underway parents and students are being encouraged to enter into a contract with each other to help ensure that students remain safe.

    The written contract asks students to commit to avoiding risky behavior and asks parents to commit to providing a safe environment for their children and also agree to pick up their child if they are in an unsafe situation.

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  • ‘Thriving Schools Initiative’ Aimed at Keeping Students Healthy

    Kaiser Permanente has teamed up with District 50 to create new programs to try and make good heath a part of every day school life. $50,000 has been awarded to bring Brain Gym training to all elementary schools and to expand after school activities for middle school students.

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