Westside Community Schools will relentlessly pursue innovative educational ideals and promise to personalize learning for every student. We invite the challenge of developing a community of learners who embrace a broader, richer definition of success.
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Once your online form is submitted, you will receive instructions on documents you will need to bring to our new Westside Welcome Center, located at the ABC Building, 909 South 76th Street. Click HERE to begin enrolling a new student.
Providing access to the website's wide array of professional-quality, video-based courses aligns with two key elements of the District's strategic plan -- personalizing learning and integrating technology, said Paul Lindgren, director of technology.
Students ages 13 and under need parental permission to sign up. Lindgren stressed that access is available to all employees. "Even if it doesn't apply to your current assignment, anything our staff members learn will make them better stewards of our kids," Lindgren said.
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This year’s 108 awardees represented all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Territories, and the Department of Defense Education Activity schools.
Bergman has taught science for 13 years. During this time, she taught Earth Space Online classes, Natural Science, and Biology. For the last eight years, she has taught Earth and Space Science to 10th and 11th graders at Westside High School. As the Earth and Space Science Team Leader, Bergman has written and coordinated the curriculum for the instructors on the team.
Stucky was part of the Space Academy for Educators Program, which is designed for teachers who want to advance education in the STEM fields. She experienced astronaut simulators and took a virtual tour into space. Trainees also followed lesson plans based on NASA content (which is correlated to the National Science Education Standards) and received content and knowledge to pass on to their students in the classroom.