Westminster School District

Skip to main content
Westminster School District Specialty Programs
Opening Day 2018-19
Opening Day 2018-19
Opening Day 2018-19
Opening Day 2018-19
Opening Day 2018-19
Opening Day 2018-19
Sequoia Elementary Carnival
Schroeder Students Performing at Board Mtg
i4 Technology Showcase
Lunch on the Lawn
Nutrition Services Voice Your Choice Event
Nutrition Services Voice Your Choice Event
Spanish Dual Immersion Performance
School Employee Appreciation Night at Angels Stadium
Colette Gregorio WSD Teacher of the Year
Tet Parade 2018
Finley Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
ASES Pride After-School Program
Spanish Dual Immersion Students
Westminster Teachers Association
Computer Science Magnet School
First day of kindergarten
Kindergarten teacher reading to class
Archery Tournament
Computer Science Kinders

Calendar

Board Meeting
Date: 10/11/2018, 7 PM
Location: Board Room

News & Announcements

Grand Opening of New Gymnasium at Stacey

WSD Board Cutting Ribbon

The District held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new state-of-the-art gymnasium and multi-use facility at Stacey Middle School. The facility is approximately 21,000 square feet and includes a full-size gymnasium, a fitness studio, a dedicated music classroom, and a stage that can accommodate full-scale performances and presentations. The building has enough space to accommodate 2,250 people! “The students, teachers and staff are very excited about the new gymnasium,” Stacey Principal Heidi DeBritton said. “We can hold school-wide assemblies, 8th grade promotions, basketball games, musicals and so much more inside this beautiful facility. It really enhances our school and will benefit the community for decades to come!” The building was designed by LPA Inc. and built by AMG & Associates, Inc. The project cost $15 million and was funded through the Measure T modernization program.

Message from the Superintendent

Interim Superintendent Juan M. Lopez

On behalf of our Board of Trustees, I would like to welcome you to the 2018-19 school year. Every year is a chance to recommit ourselves to assist all students in meeting their dreams by fostering student growth and high impact instruction. This can occur only with a healthy partnership of home, school and community.

Our students, parents and staff care about each other and we’re happy to be back in school in anticipation of what the new school year will bring. In WSD, our strength lies in our excellent team of educators and support staff who believe in each student’s ability to achieve. Our team is dedicated to preparing today’s students and tomorrow's leaders for success by providing core academics with 21st century skills. Through innovative instruction, students are encouraged to become critical thinkers, problem solvers, good communicators and collaborators, technologically literate, innovative, creative, and globally competent.

With your help, we will have a great year. We will continue to build strong relationships with students and families, building rigor through instruction, and relevance in the activities we provide students. We stand together serving our students, our community, and one another while embracing the challenges of the coming year. Thank you so much for your partnership. We’re looking forward to an exceptional year!

Mr. Juan M. Lopez
Interim Superintendent

Multilingualism A Growing Skill Among OC Students

Graphic of children speaking multiple languages

The Westminster School District is proud to offer dual language immersion programs in both Spanish and Vietnamese. “Students who speak more than one language and are fluent do better in school and have stronger college admissions test scores than those who are not,” says Orange County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Al Mijares. Click the headline to read the full article.

5 Tips for a Successful School Year

Happy looking student

Starting a fresh school year is an exciting, yet stressful time for many. Whether your child is in kindergarten or middle school, here are 5 tips for a successful school-year for students of all ages.

School Safety Presentation Provided at Board Meeting

School Safety Presentation

School safety is our highest priority. The District has many safety measures in place and we constantly strive to identify areas where we may be able to enhance safety or implement additional prevention measures at our school sites. Our Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents provided a School Safety Presentation and Update at a recent Board Meeting. Please click the headline to see the full presentation.

Show All News »