Johnson Middle School Theatre Arts students will have Westminster thinking pink when they present their production of Legally Blonde Jr. on June 1 and June 3, announced Daniel Owens, Principal of Johnson and an advocate for the Arts. “Legally Blonde Jr. may be a comedic, light-hearted show, but it also explores serious themes of self-discovery and independence which resonates with people of all ages,” says Owens. “We hope everyone in Westminster is totally psyched to see the show.”
Westminster School District has been selected by Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE) as one of only 13 public school districts in California to receive the title of 2015 Honor Roll School District.
The Orange County Department of Education honored WSD's 9 Gold Ribbon Schools and 7 Academic Achieving Schools at a special ceremony Monday. The Gold Ribbon Schools Award recognizes California schools that have made gains in implementing the academic content and performance standards adopted by the State Board of Education. The Academic Achieving Schools Award is given only to schools receiving federal Title I funds that excel in meeting the educational needs of students.
Warner Middle School 8th graders have developed a “Share Clean Air” slogan and campaign as part of their Tobacco Use and Prevention Education program. The campaign is so impressive that it caught the attention of the FAA (Fresh Air Advocates) at Cal State Fullerton (CSUF).