January 13 2019

Week of 01.14.19

Westlake School Community:

What a great start the second semester of this school year!  The Spring Semester always seems to fly by to me and before we know it, it’s May!  I know we have all heard this from others and maybe even say it/recognize it ourselves, but time truly does fly by and in a blink of an eye our children are graduating high school or college or accepting that first job!  Let’s take the time to savor the moments of childhood our kids are experiencing and hold on to the memories being made.

Please know that I value your insights and input.   Feel free to reach out to me any time through phone or e-mail.

720.972.5200

rachel.e.heide@adams12.org

 

WLMS 3v3 Basketball Tournament Registration is Open!

Follow the link to register!

https://form.jotform.com/83523710772153

  • $60 per team, 3-5 players (no combined grade teams)
  • Registration Deadline: January 25th
  • Admissions: $5 (kids 5 and under Free)
  • Concessions Available for purchase

Questions?

Contact Mary Despain @ 720.666.2391 or mary.despain@gmail.com

We can accommodate conflicting sports schedules!

ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TOWARDS A NEW SOUND SYSTEM IN WLMS GYM!

 

PTO Dine Out- Chipotle!

Forget about cooking dinner on Tuesday, January 15.  Join us at Chipotle on 120th and Sheridan to support Westlake.  33% of sales from 5:00 until 9:00 that day will come back to Westlake.  We know you will be hungry, but don’t forget to print the flyer before you head out.  If that happens, just pull out your digital device at checkout and open this newsletter   (LINK)   to flash the picture above. Taco Tuesday is super easy this week … YUMMY.

 

 

Dr. Heide, Principal Westlake Middle School

January 6 2019

Week of 01.07.19

Happy New Year Westlake Families!

 The new year is upon us and it looks to be a great one!  I hope you enjoyed the Winter Break and that your children are ready to return for the second half of the school year.  We are looking forward to greeting students as they return from break and engaging in learning.  Staff have been hard at work developing their skills around supporting student learning and we will continue our work into the next semester.  Ask your child(ren) about Success Criteria and Learning Targets and how these elements have helped their learning.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns please reach out to us at the school.  Our partnership is vital in the learning process and we are grateful for you!

WLMS 3v3 Basketball Tournament Registration is Open!

Follow the link to register!

https://form.jotform.com/83523710772153

  • $60 per team, 3-5 players (no combined grade teams)
  • Registration Deadline: January 25th
  • Admissions: $5 (kids 5 and under Free)
  • Concessions Available for purchase

Questions?

Contact Mary Despain @ 720.666.2391 or mary.despain@gmail.com

We can accommodate conflicting sports schedules!

ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TOWARDS A NEW SOUND SYSTEM IN WLMS GYM!

 

Meet our New Campus Supervisor

Jeff Stanelle, WLMS Campus Supervisor

This school year we were fortunate to be able to hire a Campus Supervisor at Westlake.  Chris Laws has filled this role superbly and, unfortunately, will be leaving us after January 11th.  We wish him all the best in his future endeavors!

We have hired a new Campus Supervisor who will be starting right after break.  Please welcome Jeff Stanelle to our Westlake family!  Mr. Stanelle comes to us having retired from the Thronton PD and having worked with Mr. Laws in the past.  We are excited to have him join our school community.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Heide, Principal Westlake MIddle School

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December 16 2018

Week of 12.17.18

Dear Westlake Parents and Guardians:

As Winter Break approaches at the end of this week, I’ve been reflecting on the importance of this time “off” for our students.  Westlake kiddos have been working really hard for several months now at the challenging and, sometimes, taxing work of learning.  Winter Break is a great time for families to reconnect and for the learning to take on a different form.  Check out this article from Parent Toolkit about what learning can look like over break.  

School is Out, but Learning Is In!

On behalf of the staff at Westlake we thank you for a wonderful first half of the school year and wish you and your family the best in 2019.  Take care and see you in the New Year!

2016 Bond Update

Over the past few months I have been working with the district to plan our 2016 Bond project for Westlake.  There are essentially two parts of this bond project: 1.) Instructional Upgrades and 2.) Bond project- renovation.  As part of the 2016 Bond we were allotted money towards “Instructional Upgrades.” Our school community, staff and parents/guardians, participated in providing feedback on how to prioritize spending for this money and determined the following three areas:

 

 

    • Classroom technology
    • Furniture
    • Large outdoor spaces

Our budget dollars for Instructional Upgrades (IU) have gone far allowing us to upgrade technology in every classroom space and come in under budget!  As such, I am looking at quotes for refreshing technology in the tech labs and furniture options based on the priorities identified through our 2016 Bond process.  

In terms of the second part of the overall project we are rounding the corner on finalizing various elements of the renovation.  There are a number of elements to the renovation.  Based on the material samples and designs I’ve seen so far I do believe you will be pleased at the result. If you have any questions about either the IU or the larger bond project please let me know. This is a very exciting time for us at Westlake as our school receives upgrades and a face lift as a result of the 2016 Bond.  Thank you, voters, for your support of our school in passing the 2016 Bond!

 

Save the Date!

 WLMS 3v3 Basketball Tournament, Saturday, 2/9

WLMS PTO is sponsoring a 3v3 basketball tournament on Saturday, February 9th! There will be 6th, 7thand 8thgrade divisions for both boys and girls.  Details and registration will be forthcoming upon return from winter break, so stay tuned and start planning your teams!  Make sure you save the date for this fun event!

All proceeds from the event will go towards a new sound system in the WLMS gym.

 

 

We need you!  Consider substitute teaching

We need YOU to substitute teach!
Substitute teaching jobs are a great way to be involved with your school community and provide:

  • Increased competitive pay
  • Flexible days and hours
  • Meaningful work with students
  • Training opportunities
  • Pathways to teacher certifications
Get started right away! Apply now: www.adams12.org/BeASub
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December 9 2018

Week of 12.10.18

Westlake Parents and Guardians:

Thank you to all who provided your input around the $15,000 donation to our school and how we will invest this money.  Based on the feedback I feedback we will be investing the money in the following order of priority:

  1. Subscriptions/Resources
  2. Flexible furniture options
  3. Additional water bottle filling stations

Many changes to our building will be occurring over the course of the next many months thanks to the passing of the 2016 Bond and this additional $15,000 will help us even further.  I am so grateful for the support of our community in making a difference in the lives of the children and families we serve.

Precious Child Toy Drive

Broomfield needs your help!  Would you be able to help?  Please send an unwrapped toy to Westlake Middle School by December 14 so we can proudly help our community and children in need during this holiday season.
We’re open to all toys however they are really short on items for Middle School Boys, here are some ideas:
  • Boardgames
  • Card games (ie. UNO)
  • Gift Cards
  • Baseball Caps
  • Hats
  • T-Shirts
  • Body wash, cologne (ie. Axe Cologne)
  • Frisbees
  • Sport Equipment
We truly appreciate all you do for WLMS, and in advance we Thank You for your generosity.

Finance Park- Volunteers Needed!

Every year Adams 12 students have the opportunity to participate in Finance Park.  Finance Park is an amazing opportunity for students to apply the Personal Financial Literacy Standards in a real life situation.  In order to make this program a success volunteers are needed. Parents make the perfect volunteers as it is all about real-life financial situations that we find ourselves in. Training for the volunteers takes place on the same day as the field trip.   The time commitment is from 8-2 on any one of the following days:  March 18th, 19th or 22nd.  Please use the following link to sign up:    http://adams12.jacolorado.volunteerhub.com/

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December 2 2018

Week of 12.03.18

Westlake Parents and Guardians:

Happy December!  This time of year is busy and exciting as we near the end of the first half of the year.  There are a number of events happening this week and we look forward to seeing you at Westlake.  Please know that we value our partnership with our parents and guardians a great deal and welcome your involvement in the school.  It truly does take a village to give our children access to the future they deserve.  Below is a link to an article around understanding the middle school brain and how we can support our children to thrive in middle school.

Supporting Middle Schoolers to go From Survive to Thrive

 

Important change to February Conferences

I wanted to reach out to our parent and guardians to inform you of a schedule change to our Spring conferences.  The WLMS teaching staff will be engaging in professional development around how to support students with Language Development on the morning of February 14th when we originally had a session of Parent Teacher conferences scheduled.  Below is the updated schedule for our Spring Parent Teacher Conferences:

February 13th- 4-8pm (No changes made to this date)

February 14th- 1:30pm-4pm (conferences moved to the afternoon from the morning)

If you have any questions regarding this change please reach out to Dr. Heide at 720.972.5200 or rachel.e.heide@adams12.org.

 

Toy Drive

The WLMS PTO Toy Drive has begun!  Please consider supporting our broader community in partnership with A Precious Child.  Below are a few details regarding this drive.

Please feel free to reach out to the school with questions on this event.

-The drive will run from 11/15-12/14.
-The focus is on the 14-18 year old age group, specifically boys.
-All gifts donated should be UNWRAPPED.

6th Grade Movie Night RSVP

The WEB leaders will be holding a movie on Friday December 14th for the 6th graders only to celebrate the end of the first semester. From 4 pm to 6 pm, we will be showing WALL-E (rated G) in the cafeteria.

Please click on the link below for the RSVP for this event.

6th Grade Movie Night RSVP

 

Dr. Heide, Principal Westlake MIddle School

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November 25 2018

Week of 11.26.18

Dear Westlake Parents and Guardians:

The time off this past week was certainly a gift for my family and I hope it was for your’s as well.  I am very much looking forward to seeing your children at school this week and continue our learning through the end of the semester and beyond.

I don’t know about you, but I did some holiday shopping over this past week (mostly online to avoid the stores) and it got me thinking about how my parents taught me to budget as well as how I’m teaching my kids to budget.  I feel like budgeting is something I can always improve it so I really want to help my own children learning these valuable skills early.  I came across this article in Parent Toolkit with some ideas and suggestions for helping our young ones learn the skills they need to be successful managers of their money.  I hope you find this helpful!

Teaching Teens to Budget

Feedback on $15,000 Investment (repeat post)

Thanks to the generous support of school through the PTO Check Drive we have money above and beyond our goal to invest in Westlake!  As a school we have identified three areas of priority that we would like to use the $15,000 for and would like your feedback on these priorities.  Staff were asked to prioritize  ways to invest this money that impacted as many students as possible.  Below are the three priorities identified:

  1. Water Bottle Filing Stations– our 2016 bond project will install 1-2 stations and this money would allow us do more
  2. Classroom Furniture- this money would allow us to provide classrooms with flexible furniture options or additions that best meet the diverse needs of our students
  3. Subscriptions-  this money would allow us to continue or add to subscriptions such as Newsela or Rocketlit which engages students in literacy based learning across the content areas

Your feedback and insight on how to best invest this money is important.  Please take a moment to share your thoughts through this Google Form regarding the priorities we identified for the $15,000.

Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) 

While it may feel a ways off we wanted to share with you the assessment schedule for the Spring for CMAS as a means of helping to plan ahead.  Please take a moment to review this schedule and the dates through the link below.  If you have any questions on CMAS please feel free to reach out to David Weisbart, Assistant Principal, at 720.972.5200.

CMAS Assessment Schedule

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November 11 2018

Week of 11.12.18

Dear Westlake Parents and Guardians:

Monday, November, 12th, as a country we observe Veterans’ Day.  As a parent myself, it is easy to forget the reason for this day off from work and school with all the various things we have going on.  As I imagine your families have some sort of military connections or perhaps you are an active or retired member of the military, my family has a legacy of military connection and I’m pausing today to consider those who have and do serve to protect our country.  As my eldest daughter considers the possibility of military service after high school this Veterans’ Day takes on new meaning for me.  So, in typical Dr. Heide fashion I did some research on the history of Veterans’ Day to gain a greater sense of what this day of honoring means in historical context.  I came across a short video from The History Channel that I thought I would share with you.  It is designed for middle school and high school so would be appropriate to share with your children if you would like to.

Bet You Didn’t Know: Veterans’ Day

Feedback on $15,000 Investment

Thanks to the generous support of school through the PTO Check Drive we have money above and beyond our goal to invest in Westlake!  As a school we have identified three areas of priority that we would like to use the $15,000 for and would like your feedback on these priorities.  Staff were asked to prioritize  ways to invest this money that impacted as many students as possible.  Below are the three priorities identified:

  1. Water Bottle Filing Stations– our 2016 bond project will install 1-2 stations and this money would allow us do more
  2. Classroom Furniture- this money would allow us to provide classrooms with flexible furniture options or additions that best meet the diverse needs of our students
  3. Subscriptions-  this money would allow us to continue or add to subscriptions such as Newsela or Rocketlit which engages students in literacy based learning across the content areas

Your feedback and insight on how to best invest this money is important.  Please take a moment to share your thoughts through this Google Form regarding the priorities we identified for the $15,000.

New Building Entry System

As part of our security upgrades to the building we have moved the AiPhone which is the “doorbell” you’ve used previously to gain access to the building into the foyer between the double doors.  Please see the video below to see how this new system works.  If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to us at the school.

Entryway Video

Happy Thanksgiving!

Of the many things we are grateful for as a school community, we are most grateful for being given the opportunity to spend each day with your children.  Thank you for choosing Westlake for your children and for your partnership in shaping the next generation!  We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving and look forward to seeing you after the break.

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November 4 2018

Week of 11.05.18

Dear Westlake Parents and Guardians:

It is hard to believe that we have just two weeks until Thanksgiving Break!  I am reminded each and every day how grateful I am to work in the Westlake community.  Seeing students learning skills and applying learning in the classroom or greeting students in the hallways are those daily reminders to me of the amazing community in which I am so fortunate to serve.  Thank you for sending your children to us Westlake!  We are grateful for you trust and value your partnership.

 

Gifted and Talented Testing

Testing for 6th (only newly enrolled since September 10th), 7th and 8th grade students to be considered for Gifted and Talented identification will take place in December.  If you are interested in having your student tested, please visit the Gifted and Talented page on the Westlake website to access the two forms you need to submit no later than Monday, November 5th. Please contact either Michelle Cantwell or Christy Smith for further information.

School Accountability Committee (SAC)

Join us this Wednesday at 4:15pm in the library for our first SAC meeting of the year.  We will be reviewing our data from CMAS and discussing our goals and action steps we are taking to achieve the goals.  The parent/guardian role is critical to the success and achievement of our goals as a school so please consider joining us on Wednesday.  If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Dr. Heide at 720.972.5200 or rachel.e.heide@adams12.org.

 

Choice Guidelines

District outlines deadlines for 2019-2020 Choice process
Submit application by January 31 st deadline for priority consideration

Last year, Adams 12 Five Star Schools received more than 4,500 Choice applications for the 2018-2019 school year. In accordance with the state’s open enrollment law, the district’s Choice program allows for students to apply to attend schools outside of their attendance area boundary.

Both in-district and out-of-district students can apply for Choice. Out-of-district Choice requests are considered after in-district requests. Acceptance to a Choice school is based on several criteria: availability of space, sufficient teaching staff, appropriate programs and the necessary facilities for special needs students.

Adams 12 Five Star Schools will publicize the schools open to Choice for the 2019-20 school year on December 1, 2018. The Choice application and list of open schools are available online at www.adams12.org/choice. For families without computer access, a computer kiosk is available at all schools and at the Educational Support Center located at 1500 E. 128 th Avenue in Thornton.

The deadline for priority consideration is January 31, 2019 and is not first-come, first-served. If the number of requests exceeds the spaces available in a given school, the district will hold a lottery. Parents and students submitting an application for priority consideration will be notified of the results of their application no later than the third week of February. The second deadline to submit a Choice application for the 2019-2020 school year is March 30, 2019. As with the first round, if the number of requests exceeds the spaces available for priority consideration in a given school, the district will hold a lottery. Notification of approval or denial will be made no later than the third week of April.

In addition to the two deadlines above, in some years a third round of Choice may be held in August and September if space is available. Schools open to the third round of Choice will be posted online at www.adams12.org/choice by August 1st. While not a guarantee, when possible, priority will be given to sibling applications so that families will attend the same school. Families with children already attending schools that are not open to Choice are eligible to submit an application for their existing student to remain at the school or for younger siblings to attend the school with their older siblings.

The duration of a Choice placement is valid for all grades served by the school. For example, if a student attends a Choice elementary school, the approval is valid to the end of fifth grade, as long as there are no significant changes in that school’s enrollment or facilities. When a student transitions from elementary to middle school or from middle to high school, they must reapply for Choice. If they don’t, the student’s placement automatically reverts to their boundary school. Students that are approved for Choice are responsible for their own transportation.

Extended-day kindergarten
For traditional elementary schools, admissions to extended-day, tuition-based kindergarten (EDK) are not managed through our Choice Program but rather directly by each school with an EDK program. Parents of extended-day, tuition-based kindergarteners at traditional schools should note that enrollment in that program does not automatically mean the student will go to the same school for first grade. The student must apply through the Choice program for first grade placement if he/she wants to go to a school other than his/her boundary school. Also note that the school the child attended for kindergarten may not necessarily be open for Choice.

For magnet schools, extended-day, tuition-based kindergarten are managed by the Choice Program. Parents of extended-day, tuition-based kindergarteners attending magnet schools do not need to reapply for Choice as their Choice approval remains in effect through the highest grade served at their magnet school.

Secondary programs
In-district students are not required to apply for Choice to attend secondary programs like Horizon SOAR, Legacy 2000, Mountain Range High School of Business, Northglenn High STEM and EC@N-STEM Programs and Thornton High International Baccalaureate (IB). Admissions to those programs are managed by each school. Out-of-district students wishing to attend high school programs that are not schoolwide must apply for both Choice and with the program. If the school is not open to Choice then the program is closed to out-of-district students. If the student is not selected in the Choice lottery, they are wait listed for the school and program.

To learn more about Choice and find answers to frequently asked questions, visit the district website at www.adams12.org/choice. The Five Star District Planning and Admissions Department determines the acceptance of Choice requests and can be contacted via email at choice@adams12.org

Election Day is on Tuesday. Don’t forget to vote!

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October 28 2018

Week of 10.29.18

Dear Westlake Parents and Guardians:

I was reminded over this weekend our important role with our children in helping them navigate decisions.  My eldest daughter would love it if I’d just make all the decisions for her (the difficult ones at least), but in doing this she would never have the opportunity to practice her decision making skills.  It is truly a skill even we as adults struggle with sometimes to weigh the costs and benefits of a particular decision or to problem solve on a situation.  With my eldest daughter I found it to be a valuable experience to walk with her through a major decision she had to make recently, looking at all the aspects of the decision without judgement. This process taught me more about her own inner workings to boot!

Check out this video from Parent Toolkit on helping our children around decision making and I hope you find something useful from it.

Tips to Support your Child’s Decision-Making

Gifted and Talented Testing

Testing for 6th (only newly enrolled since September 10th), 7th and 8th grade students to be considered for Gifted and Talented identification will take place in December.  If you are interested in having your student tested, please visit the Gifted and Talented page on the Westlake website to access the two forms you need to submit no later than Monday, November 5th. Please contact either Michelle Cantwell or Christy Smith for further information.

Halloween Costume Guidelines

Adams 12 Five Star Schools encourages the opportunity for students and families to engage in celebration that is respectful to all cultures, religions, races, and beliefs.  In our continued efforts to maintain a respectful, safe and secure learning environment, the following guidelines for Halloween celebrations have been developed. These guidelines apply to students, staff, and participants of all Halloween celebrations both during and after the school day.

Halloween Guidelines

  1. Costumes that would otherwise violate the Student Dress Code (Superintendent Policy 5060) will only be allowed if approved by an administrator prior to wearing to school.  For safety reasons, masks or makeup should not cover the student’s face in a manner that makes the student unrecognizable. Masks or makeup that conceal student’s identity may be worn only during designated times such as during a costume contest.
  2. The following are considered not appropriate for school or school events:
  • Costumes that are overly graphic, promote violence or otherwise might logically be assumed to be offensive to others
  • Costumes that are sexually suggestive and would otherwise violate the school’s dress code
  • Costumes with sound effects, lights or other components which would disrupt the classroom learning environment
  • Costumes that could be considered insensitive to various races, genders, cultures and religions.
  • Toy or facsimile weapons of any kind (guns, knives, swords, bats, etc.) are not allowed
  • Costumes or dress of any kind that may be potentially disruptive to the educational or school environment

 

 In alignment with Superintendent Policy 5060, school administrators may ask students or participants  to change into school appropriate attire and/or remove masks, makeup, or costumes.

 

Halloween Guidelines Addendum (RE:  Clown Costumes)

As you may recall, in 2016 the Five Star District prohibited students and staff from wearing clown costumes on school grounds due to social media threats nationwide. Although we have not been made aware of any similar threats this year, district  leadership made the decision to leave this prohibition in the 2018 Halloween guidelines. As always the safety and security of students and staff is our first priority, therefore students and staff are prohibited from wearing clown masks or costumes on school grounds. This adjustment was made in the best interest of the school community and creates a safe environment for students and staff at Halloween celebrations this year.

Keep in mind,  district and school leadership will reevaluate the guidelines each year and make adjustments as needed to ensure a safe celebration for the entire school community. Students who violate or are suspected to be in violation of this policy will be referred to school administration.

Time to “Fall Back”

Daylight Savings time is nearing it’s end.  Remember to set your clocks back an hour between Saturday and Sunday November 3rd and 4th.  Enjoy the extra hour of time on the weekend!

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October 21 2018

Week of 10.22.18

Dear Westlake Parents and Guardians:

 

The first quarter of school is complete and students are deep into gaining the necessary skills and knowledge for a successful year in middle school and beyond.  I know that with my own personal children and through my experience in working with middle school aged students it can seem like such a challenging time to be learning amidst all the changes happening in our children’s bodies.  As it turns out, while bodies are developing for adulthood our kids’ brains are too.  Check out this video below on the middle school brain and learning.

The Middle School Brain While Learning

 

Halloween Costume Guidelines

Adams 12 Five Star Schools encourages the opportunity for students and families to engage in celebration that is respectful to all cultures, religions, races, and beliefs.  In our continued efforts to maintain a respectful, safe and secure learning environment, the following guidelines for Halloween celebrations have been developed. These guidelines apply to students, staff, and participants of all Halloween celebrations both during and after the school day.

Halloween Guidelines

  1. Costumes that would otherwise violate the Student Dress Code (Superintendent Policy 5060) will only be allowed if approved by an administrator prior to wearing to school.  For safety reasons, masks or makeup should not cover the student’s face in a manner that makes the student unrecognizable. Masks or makeup that conceal student’s identity may be worn only during designated times such as during a costume contest.
  2. The following are considered not appropriate for school or school events:
  • Costumes that are overly graphic, promote violence or otherwise might logically be assumed to be offensive to others
  • Costumes that are sexually suggestive and would otherwise violate the school’s dress code
  • Costumes with sound effects, lights or other components which would disrupt the classroom learning environment
  • Costumes that could be considered insensitive to various races, genders, cultures and religions.
  • Toy or facsimile weapons of any kind (guns, knives, swords, bats, etc.) are not allowed
  • Costumes or dress of any kind that may be potentially disruptive to the educational or school environment

 

 In alignment with Superintendent Policy 5060, school administrators may ask students or participants  to change into school appropriate attire and/or remove masks, makeup, or costumes.

 

Halloween Guidelines Addendum (RE:  Clown Costumes)

As you may recall, in 2016 the Five Star District prohibited students and staff from wearing clown costumes on school grounds due to social media threats nationwide. Although we have not been made aware of any similar threats this year, district  leadership made the decision to leave this prohibition in the 2018 Halloween guidelines. As always the safety and security of students and staff is our first priority, therefore students and staff are prohibited from wearing clown masks or costumes on school grounds. This adjustment was made in the best interest of the school community and creates a safe environment for students and staff at Halloween celebrations this year.

Keep in mind,  district and school leadership will reevaluate the guidelines each year and make adjustments as needed to ensure a safe celebration for the entire school community. Students who violate or are suspected to be in violation of this policy will be referred to school administration.

Sugarfire BBQ Dine Out Tuesday!

Sugarfire Dine Out Flyer

Join the Westlake Middle School PTO on Tuesday October 23rd from 11:00am-8:00pm at Sugarfire BBQ for our October dine out!

Sugarfire Smokehouse Westminster – 20% of all food purchases on October 23 will come back to WLMS PTO (alcohol excluded) ALL DAY (11:00 a.m. – SOLD OUT). Make sure to bring in the FLYER or be able to pull it up on your phone to show during check out (print out from our documents page or pull up on the PTO Facebook page) .

14375 Orchard Parkway (across the street from the Orchard on 144th)

Suite 100, Westminster

 

Dr. Heide, Principal Westlake MIddle School

 

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