1 Peter 2:17
2022-23 School Supplies
It's never too early to begin your back-to-school shopping! The 2022-23 school supply list is now available. Log in to myWCS to view the School Supplies List on the Resources tab. You may also visit the School Supplies page on the website under the Summer tab.
Middle school and high school students have summer reading requirements and assignments that must be completed prior to returning in the fall. Visit the Summer Reading page for full details. Preschool and elementary students are encouraged to read for fun over the summer. Mrs. Glavach has provided lists of age-appropriate recommended books by grade that can be read independently, with a parent, or as a family. In addition, she is encouraging families to read the summer devotional, "Roar Like a Lion" by Levi Lusko.
During the summer, Westminster's office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Monday - Thursday. The offices are closed on Friday. Regular operating hours, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., resume on Monday, August 1.
High School Students Release 2022 Literary Magazine, "Ignite the Flame"
Westminster's literary magazine staff has released the school's 2022 issue. This year's theme, "Ignite the Flame," was inspired by 1 Peter 1:7 which says, "These trials will show that your faith is genuine. It is being tested as fire tests and purifies gold; though your faith is far more precious than mere gold."
Elementary Students Bring to Life the Temple Curtain Tearing in Two
During the elementary school's Easter celebration, Anne Heetderks, Westminster's elementary school art teacher, helped bring to life the story and meaning of Jesus' sacrifice on the cross to our young Warriors.
Westminster's elementary school students collected toys during the 2021 Christmas season and delivered them to KIX Haiti. Recently, a non-profit organization called Youth for Christ Haiti shared photos of the toys, donated by Westminster families, being used by children in Haiti.
Juan Rondeau ’27 Headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee for Second Consecutive Year
Juan Rondeau ’27, who competed against 23 other students from Miami-Dade and Monroe elementary and middle schools, won the Miami Herald Spelling Bee for the second consecutive year. This year’s competition included students from public schools, charter schools, private schools and students who are home schooled.