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Leadership Matters- The Importance of Reading

On March 2nd, school-aged children across the nation kicked-off National Reading Month by celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Although the children’s author wrote more than 60 books using the pen name, Dr. Seuss, his real name was Theodore Seuss Geisel. His books have proved invaluable to early readers by teaching rhyming, sight words, and nonsense words.
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Leadership Matters- Team Building

As a former state championship basketball coach, I have always appreciated the power of team building. I have never forgotten the importance of building and maintaining “team spirit” and have applied that principle to working with school staff.
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Notice of Public Hearing - February 12th at 6 p.m.

Consideration for making West Elementary School a magnet school for the German Dual Language Immersion (DLI) program, where all students enrolled in West Elementary would participate in the DLI program. Students in non-DLI classes would have a boundary change to one of the following schools: Northlake Elementary, Settlement Canyon Elementary or Sterling Elementary. The Board of Education will hear comments from the public. Each patron will be limited to three minutes to present their remarks.
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Board Considers Changing West Elementary to a German DLI-only Magnet School

In an effort to resolve some challenges that West currently faces, the board is considering changing West Elementary into a German Dual Language Immersion only magnet school. This means that all students who attend West Elementary would be enrolled in the German DLI curriculum. An Open Forum will be held February 12, at 6:00 pm in the District Board Room for anyone with questions or opinions regarding the proposal. *CLICK THE TITLE ABOVE TO VIEW THE PROPOSAL*
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