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ELAC Meeting

Date: Jan 30
Time: 8:15 AM – 9:15 AM

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LCAP Community Meetings

You’re invited to be part of the future of Westminster School District by joining us as we work together to develop the District plan. Please click on the link above to see the flyer with detailed information. As part of the California school funding model, each district will annually develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). Your input to the plan is very important. Westminster School District is hosting a community meeting to share information and to get input for the District plan. You are invited to attend any of the meetings; interpreters will be available. Where: Westminster School District Office board room 14121 Cedarwood Ave Westminster, CA 92683 When: Tuesday, January 22nd @ 5:30 – 6:30 pm Wednesday, January 23rd @ 8:30 – 9:30 am Please complete the district LCAP Survey to give your input as the school district and school value your opinions! You can choose any of the ways below to give your feedback. -Please go to the Westminster School District Website at www.wsdk8.us and click on the LCFF/LCAP link on the right to complete the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) survey. -You may also see Aida and Ryan in the front office to use a computer or fill out a paper copy in English, Spanish, or Vietnamese. Thank you for your input!
Dual Immersion students

Willmore TK/Kindergarten Information Night on Wednesday, January 30th! Click on the link to see our flyer with important information and details.

Come to hear about all of the amazing programs at Willmore at our TK/Kindergarten Information Night on Wednesday, January 30th at 6:30 pm in the Willmore Multipurpose Room. Willmore Language Academy provides all students with the opportunity to become multilingual, multi-literate, and multicultural global citizens. Our program emphasizes and promotes the acquisition of three languages: English, Spanish and Coding. Through the partnership with Code to the Future, students have opportunities to develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be a one million job gap in computer science by 2020. Our language academy prepares for 21st century learning, as well as college and career opportunities that will lead to success in a global economy by giving students the skills that the future demands. We are looking forward to seeing you on January 30th. Please see the attached flyer and contact the school at 714-895-3765 for questions or to set up a tour!
Students making buttons

First Annual Fall Festival!

Willmore's first annual Fall Festival was a success. Thank you to our dedicated, committed PTA for all of your hard work in creating this community celebration for our families.
Student Council Officers

Student Council Officers Elected at Willmore

Last week, Willmore elected our student council officers. The purpose of the student council is to offer student leadership opportunities by allowing them to help govern the student body. Our student council helps share the ideas, interests, and concerns of students with teachers and the principal. They help organize spirit days and run fundraisers for our school. The elected officers are in charge of leading the meetings under the guidance of teachers Mrs. Shook and Ms. Pyle. In addition, they help lead the school in our weekly Community Gatherings with Dr. Jacobson.