• Report Features our Superintendent Thursday, October 23, 2014

    Supt. Sandy Lewandowski was featured on Channel 12 News on Wednesday evening. While visiting classrooms at the North Education Center, the reporter talked with Sandy about her Superintendent of the Year Award.

    To see her story, click here.
  • WSSS was largest turnout - ever! Wednesday, October 22, 2014

    https://asoft11122.accrisoft.com/district287/clientuploads/2014_2015_NEWS/WSSSBRAIN.jpgOne of the Gifted Education Programs here at District 287 is West Suburban Summer School.

    2014 was WSSS's 36th year. Registration numbers were impressive: 948 students attended and accounted for 1627 registrations. This was our biggest year ever.

    As the program has evolved over time, so has the innovative subject matter and tools. This week we will feature two of the 110 classes held during WSSS 2014.

    During “Thinking with Your Hands”, students made cool construction projects as they learned how their imagination works.
    See video
  • Supt. Sandy Lewandowski named Superintendent of the year Monday, October 13, 2014

    https://asoft11122.accrisoft.com/district287/clientuploads/About_287/Photos_about287_new_layout/MissSandyHorizontal.jpg Congratulations Sandy for being selected as the 2015 Superintendent of the Year! The Minnesota Association of School Administrators (MASA) made the announcement this morning.

    Supt. Lewandowski was nominated by the District 287 School Board. 

    Watch Sandy's Introduction video. 

    UPDATE 10/20/14: Read the MASA News Release
  • Meet Julie Kent, October employee Recognition winner Monday, October 13, 2014

    clientuploads/Employrecog/JulieKent_Sandyweb.jpg Teacher Julie Kent from the West Education Center has been chosen as our Employee Recognition Winner for her efforts that go "Above and Beyond". Superintendent Sandy Lewandowski presented her award this morning. (photo at left)

    Here is her excellent nomination, a compilation of three separate nominations:
    "Julie Kent is actively committed to enhancing the PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention & Supports) commitment to staff and students. She has teamed to design and build lesson plans and activities that enrich our PBIS matrix to ensure that all students are actively taught building expectations and ways to be better citizens out in our community. She's tirelessly worked to raise money through a variety of activities and programs to better our program. Ms. Kent is a tireless worker on behalf of staff, families and especially the students she serves."  (read more)

    Congratulations Julie!

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