|NEW STUDENT PASSWORDS|
Students will start using new passwords for several systems at school on March 17. Teachers, students, and parents, take a few minutes before March 17 to learn more about these changes. Learn more here...
- Students are getting new passwords for various systems at school
- Starting March 17
- View this document
- Watch the video below
Our March Widefield of Dream's student is Widefield High School senior Jun Liu.
Jun is an international student from China. He moved to the United States in 2011. Jun knew very little English but quickly learned with the help of ELL and Rosetta Stone. He is now at the top of his graduating class with a 4.02 GPA.
Jun is also a cross-country super star! He broke the school 5k record with a time of 16:27 and was also the only runner who qualified to compete at the state meet. Jun will be running on the track team this spring and is looking forward to breaking more school records. His dream after college is to become an environmental engineer and travel overseas to build wells and purify water.
For the week of February 24-28 WSD3 is focusing on online safety. Please talk to your kids about staying safe while online.
Internet safety resources can be found on any district/school website under the Parents/Students link:
February's Widefield of Dreams students are Elicia Serrato and Michael Martinez from French Elementary. Outside the classroom, you can find these two fifth graders cutting a rug with traditional Mexican dance moves. For the past two years, Elicia and Michael have danced together at several performances, including the state fair, community parades, festivals and benefit concerts. Elicia's favorite dance is the “Mexican Hat Dance,” while Michael's favorite is “Aguas Caliente.” Michael says his dream is to become a professional dancer. Elicia shares the same dream, but would also like to be a surgeon or lawyer.
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