Surrounded by preschool students and members of the Board of Education, Hickenlooper signed House Bill 1317 to the cheers of educators and social service providers who believe in the importance of early childhood education. The “Pay for Success” model encourages private and philanthropic organizations to take the lead in implementing social service programs with the understanding that the government will support them if they prove successful.
Westminster High School Senior Angela Lieber-Andrianakos received more than her diploma at last week’s graduation ceremony, she was given a long promised gift from her sister, Josephina.
After the sisters’ mother died several years ago, Josephina had always vowed to attend Angela’s graduation. She made the promise even though she has traveled the world the last four years after enlisting in the U.S. Navy.
Scott Carpenter Middle School student’s commitment to rising above challenges has earned them a permanent reminder of their efforts and recognition in statewide public art project. It’s a reward for the students overwhelming response to the #IRiseAboveColorado social media campaign.
This year’s recipients of District 50 FRED Awards were invited to a special lunch to recognize them for their commitment to quality work that goes above and beyond their job descriptions. As a treat, they were able to spend time with Fred Shea, the hardworking postman who is the subject of the bestselling motivational book The Fred Factor.
Thirty six employees with a combined 695 years of commitment to the education of children are marking a new chapter in their lives as they retire from District 50 with the gratitude of the community they served.
The District headquarters, located in Westminster High School, will have special hours starting May 26, 2015 and ending August 3, 2015. During this time, we will be available Monday - Thursday from 7:00 am - 5:00 pm.