You’re invited to share your input at a Community Open House on May 29th from 3:30-5:30 pm. that will feature a display of prototype interpretive panels for the Mendez Freedom Trail & Tribute Monument that that will line Hoover Street. Please click headline for flyer.
Thank you to all of our committed and hard-working classified employees. From transporting and feeding students to teaching them vital skills and ensuring that schools are operating smoothly, classified employees are integral to our schools.
The Warner Middle School Archery Team had a stellar season! The team was only established three years ago and this year the team took 2nd place in the State Championships! The Archery Team is comprised of 22 boys and girls and is led by Warner teachers Elizabeth Sweet and Travis Garwick. Throughout the season the top 10 members compete as a team but in the National Championships that were held in both Chula Vista and Florida simultaneously, team members have to compete individually. We are delighted to announce that Ryan Huynh, a 7th grader at Warner placed 5th in the nation and Sarah Le, an 8th grader at Warner placed 13th in the nation. This is a tremendous accomplishment and the entire team has made the District and the City of Westminster proud! Way to go Warner Archery Team!
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced that WSD's Deborah Watkins from our Nutrition Services Department is one of only six people in the state to be named a 2019 California Classified School Employee of the Year. Click headline for more on this exciting announcement.