News & Announcements

July 2022 Newsletter

WSD's monthly newsletter provides the latest announcements, updates and information on everything happening within the district. Be on the lookout for it every month. As we prepare to head into the new school year there will be a lot more events and information to send out to the community !

Applications needed for Citizens' Oversight Committee

The Board of Trustees of the Westminster School District (WSD) is seeking a qualified, interested individual to serve as a committee member on the lndependent Citizens' Oversight Committee ("COC”) for the Measure T Bond program. Qualified candidates must live within the Westminster School
District Attendance boundaries. WSD is seeking to fill a vacancy in the "Community at Large" category.

Summer Hours

Summer hours at Westminster School District begin June 27th and will end on August 12th! For additional questions please do not hesitate to call us at 714-894-7311.

A Message from Westminster School District

As the school year ends, we want to assure you that we will continue to keep the safety and health of our students, staff and families a priority. Therefore, please know that your child’s safety has been and will continue to be a top priority every day even into the summer as we will be holding summer programs in the upcoming weeks. The district is in frequent communication with all the police department leaders of Westminster, Garden Grove and Huntington Beach City. There has been and will continue to be law enforcement present or patrolling at the schools.

School News Roll Call - June Edition

Westminster School District has very bright and creative superstars. Each year Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program selects students to receive a scholarship award. Our very own Stacey Middle School student, Alejandra Guiterrez Frias, was presented with a $10,000 scholarship along with a laptop.

A Message from Superintendent Dr. Cyndi Paik - May 26, 2022

As you are aware, a tragic school shooting took place in Uvalde, Texas this week, resulting in the senseless deaths of nineteen students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School. This news is heartbreaking and unfathomable.
While this event took place in Texas, I want to remind our Westminster community that safety of our students, staff and families has been and always will be a top priority at Westminster School District. We take serious responsibility to ensure safety on all of our schools and have already communicated with our local law enforcements in Westminster, Huntington Beach, Garden Grove and Midway City. Hence, you will see increased patrolling taking place in our schools until the end of the school year.

School News - March 2022 Issue

Each year the Westminster Educational Leadership Association, composed of district leaders and confidential employees, nominates one student from each of our schools to receive the Every Student Succeeding Award. The purpose of this award is to honor students who have succeeded, against all odds, beyond expectations or simply won the hearts of the administrators and other educators who helped them achieve their goals.

School News - January 2022 Issue

Students with knowledge of Robotics will have an advantage
in the future job market. In WSD, students begin by taking
classes in robotics, then compete in the First Lego League (FLL)
to showcase what they learn. This national program introduces
STEM to grow students’ critical thinking, problem-solving, and
coding skills.

School News - November 2021 Issue

According to The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, an estimated
1 million computer science-related jobs in the United States
went unfilled last year. Hiring professionals are concerned that
the country’s primary and secondary education systems are not
prepared to help students with the technical knowledge needed
to meet this fast growth.
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