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Superintendent's Synopsis

The interfaith service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and green initiatives in our school community were among the topics at the January 21 meeting of the Westfield Board of Education. Read more in Dr. Dolan's synopsis.
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RIS to Host Important Presentation on Suicide Awareness

The Roosevelt Intermediate School Counseling Department will host a presentation on "Suicide Awareness and Intervention" on Thursday, February 20 from 7-9 p.m. with speakers from Caring Contact and the New Jersey Youth Suicide Prevention Advisory Council.
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Screenagers Next Chapter

Next up in the Edison Speaker Series is a viewing of "Screenagers Next Chapter: Uncovering Skills for Stress and Resilience" on Thursday, January 23 from 7-9 p.m. in the EIS auditorium. Discussion and Q&A to follow screening. Register at https://eisscreenagersnextchapter.eventbrite.com
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Superintendent's Synopsis

Board reorganization, an update on District Goals, and honoring a cross country student-athlete were among the highlights at the January 7, 2020 meeting of the Board of Education. Read more in Dr. Dolan's synopsis.
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District Music Day

Westfield High School band, orchestra and chorus members host student musicians from Edison and Roosevelt Intermediate Schools, sharing instrumental music and song as part of the time-honored District Music Day.
Rhetta Morgan, a facilitator for the Anti-Defamation’s “No Place for Hate” Program, provides a training session on Nov. 27 for an advisory committee of WHS students, staff and parents.

No Place for Hate

An advisory committee of Westfield High School students, staff, and parents recently gathered for training in the WHS library as part of the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) “No Place for Hate” Program. “It’s an amazing thing when a school decides to be proactive and cultivate a positive school culture,” said program facilitator Rhetta Morgan at the start of the Nov. 27 training session. “It starts a ripple.”

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The Westfield Public School District, in partnership with families and community, educates all students to reach their highest potential as productive, well-balanced and responsible citizens who respect individual differences and diversity in an ever changing world.