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Westminster School District Specialty Programs
Nutrition Services Voice Your Choice Event
Nutrition Services Voice Your Choice Event
Spanish Dual Immersion Performance
Sheree Newman, OC Classified School Employee of the Year
Teacher of the Year Colette Gregorio w/students
Colette Gregorio WSD Teacher of the Year
Tet Parade 2018
Tet Parade 2018
Finley Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
ASES Pride After-School Program
Spanish Dual Immersion Students
Westminster Teachers Association
Finley Kindergartners
Computer Science Magnet School
First day of kindergarten
Kindergarten teacher reading to class
Sequoia Staff
Archery Tournament
Maintenance Crew
Computer Science Kinders
Vietnamese Dual Immersion Presentation
Student Collage - WSD students are becoming College and Career Ready


Board Meeting
Date: 6/14/2018, 7 PM
Location: Board Room
Board Meeting
Date: 6/28/2018, 7 PM
Location: Board Room

News & Announcements

Sequoia Wins Exemplary Arts Education Program Award

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Sequoia Academy is one of only 12 schools throughout California to be honored with the 2018 Exemplary Arts Education Program Award by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson. Click headline for more.

Sheree Newman Named An Orange County Classified School Employee of the Year

Sheree Newman, OC Classified School Employee of the Year

The Orange County Department of Education has announced this year’s top classified school employees for Orange County and we are so proud that our own Sheree Newman is one of them! Six county finalists were selected from among 65 nominations based on their work performance, leadership, commitment and involvement with their schools and communities. Each is now eligible to compete for state-level honors. Click headline for more.

Sequoia Academy Named A California Distinguished School

Sequoia Academy Named Distinguished School

The California Department of Education has named Sequoia Academy a 2018 California Distinguished School, the state's top honor. The award goes to schools with the highest overall achievement scores in academic and non-academic indicators. Click headline for more.

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