The Westminster School District is committed to providing a quality education for all students, preschool through eighth grade. In particular, the Educational Services Division is dedicated to supporting students, staff and parents as we work collaboratively to develop programs and opportunities to build well-rounded students. We focus on the academic success and personal growth of each child.
Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) are a driving force in the District’s Framework for Progress. PLCs provide the structure for collaboration amongst grade level and department educators as they work toward a common goal of student success. This ongoing collaboration takes place among grade level teachers, department teams, school to school teams and district teams. All work focuses on the following five essential questions:
High academic achievement, health, safety and well-being for all Westminster School District students.
To empower students to become lifelong learners and fulfilled, productive citizens in a changing world.
Long-Range Board Achievement Goal
All students will graduate from middle school prepared to succeed academically and socially in high school, pass the CAHSEE, and pursue post-secondary choices.
Essentials elements for Continuous Improvement
Did you know?
The Westminster School District was named in a statewide research study as a model for hands-on, inquiry-based elementary science instruction.