Good News

Widefield School District 3 ~ May 12, 2016

Winner Winner!!

WHS Librarian, Amy Hawkins-Keeler (HK), won a Teacher & Technology grant for $4,949 from the CenturyLink foundation. She was super excited...as she should be!! Way to go HK!

Crawford Ave. Clean Up ~ WHS Student Cabinet

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WHS Students Present STEMsCO Project

Bal Seal Engineering in Colorado Springs, through our STEMsCO partnership, created a challenge for students at Widefield High School. Students were tasked with creating an inspection tool to measure the outer diameter of a cylinder used for medical parts. The tool is suppose to constrain the parts and allow for a 360 degree rotation.

The students presented their project to board members, administrators and teachers last week. They will be doing a final presentation once the project is complete in front of Bal Seal employees.

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1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Kelsey Rodrigue & MaKenzie Andert Qualified for the State Girls Golf Tournament in Pueblo May 23 and 24

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National School Nurse Day ~ THANK YOU!!

"School Nurse Advocate of the Year" Nomination

On behalf of the nurses in WSD3, Amy Goenner wrote a nomination for Special Education Director Lisa Humberd for the Colorado Association of School Nurses (CASN)

"School Nurse Advocate of the Year." The recipient of the award will be announced on May 18, 2016.

Ronald McDonald Care Mobile

Friday, May 13th, 8am-4pm

5225 Alturas Drive

Colorado Springs, CO

Free/Reduced Dental Services

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Children through age 21

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