A glimpse at the first day of school, along with what our new staff and seasoned professionals have been doing to prepare.
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While school may be out for summer, parents may still be looking for educational experiences for their children. For those parents who find online educational resources an option for how their children might spend time, the district has compiled and categorized for your convenience, a list of such resources. Our user-friendly site lists activities such as virtual museum tours and zoo visits as well as some academic sites for those who may want to reinforce and review what was taught during distance learning. Other resources that your child may enjoy include educational podcasts and binge-worthy influencer personalities whose expertise is teaching through highly-engaging demonstrations.
Congratulations to Roosevelt 8th graders as they prepare to move on to Westfield High School next year!
Here is the list of special awards.
At its virtual meeting on June 16, the Westfield Board of Education approved the appointment of Elizabeth Reilly as acting English Language Arts Supervisor for grades K-5 and Warren Hynes as acting English Language Arts Supervisor for grades 6-12. The two educators will share the position on an acting basis, as current K-12 ELA Supervisor Dr. Tiffany Jacobson becomes interim principal at the Lincoln Early Childhood Center for the 2020-2021 school year.
Many students are seeking to further their education on the subject of race, and hoping to talk about this issue with peers and educators. Also, the events of these past few months leave some students wishing to deepen their skills through enrichment activities during this unique summer. The Westfield High School "No Place for Hate" program has the ability to meet both of these needs, using the wealth of resources that our high school’s committee has prepared on the subject of race. We will be offering a Summer Discussion Series, which is outlined in the attached flyer. All Westfield students in grades 9-12 are invited to attend.
Teachers in the Westfield Public School District are providing important opportunities for students to express their feelings as they grapple with how to respond to the killing of George Floyd by a police officer and the nationwide protests that followed.