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WSD Food Services Updates

Non- Student Days (School Closure):
March 16 - April 10

FOOD SERVICES for STUDENTS:
Starting Tuesday, March 17th-
Lunch for that day and breakfast for the following day pick-up from 11-12:30 at the following locations: Anderson, DeMille, Hayden, Johnson, Stacey/Clegg, Warner, and Willmore.
*All of the above are subject to change based on new developments
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2020 Census – Everyone Counts!

Every ten years, the federal government conducts a population count of everyone in the United States. Data from the census provide the basis for distributing more than $675 billion dollars in federal funds to communities across the United States to support education, health care, public policy, housing, reapportioning seats in the House of Representatives, and much more.

It is important that everyone understands the importance of the 2020 census and are included in the count. Please click "Read more" for additional information about the 2020 Census!
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Kindergarten Registration Is Now Open

Westminster School District (WSD) is now enrolling students in Kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. You do not need to live within the WSD attendance boundaries to attend our schools. To learn more about registration and how to obtain a transfer from your home district to WSD, click on “Read More.”
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Video Spotlights WSD Early Learning Dual Language Programs

Early Edge California, an early learning advocacy group that promotes best practices throughout the state of California for children birth through age 5, debuted a new video about the benefits of dual language programs featuring WSD staff, parents and children from our TK, Preschool and Toddler Dual Language Immersion classrooms at DeMille, Land and Willmore. Click on "Read More” to view the video.
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Understanding Health Education

Recognizing that healthy students are better learners, California has put in place health education standards for public schools and created a framework to provide instructional guidance for educators. See the attached, easy to understand one-page summary.
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Q & A on California Healthy Youth Act

The California Healthy Youth Act, which took effect on Jan. 1, 2016, requires school districts throughout the state to provide students with comprehensive sexual health education, along with information about HIV prevention, at least once in high school and once in middle school. The state legislation also allows districts to offer age-appropriate sexual health education in earlier grades if they choose to do so. But parents can opt out of sex education, and local districts get to determine their own curriculum.
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