For a 4th year, the Westfield Public School District hosts two important graduate level Holocaust Education courses to equip educators with teaching strategies to implement a longstanding multidisciplinary program in the district that includes age-appropriate instruction in the Holocaust and genocides in the K-12 curriculum.
News & Announcements
Students, staff, and families across the Westfield Public School District continued the district’s longstanding tradition of giving back to families in need during the holiday season.
An overview from our director of counseling on Social and Emotional Learning, along with a report from the district's architect on capital projects for Summer 2019, were among the topics discussed at the November 13, 2018 meeting of the Board of Education. More information about the meeting can be found in Dr. Dolan's synopsis.
Nine Westfield High School student-athletes signed Letters of Intent with colleges and universities, signifying recognition of the seniors’ accomplishments both academically and athletically.
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In its first tournament of the season, the Westfield Robotics Team, That Hertz, competed against 16 other New Jersey robotics teams at the FIRST Tech Challenge Robo-Ruckus on Sunday, Nov. 4 at Westfield High School. This year’s competition required student-built robots to complete such tasks as lifting themselves six inches in the air on a lander, collecting blocks and balls and placing them in specific spots, and other skilled challenges.
The Westfield Public School District invites WHS graduates to visit the Alumni Outreach section of the district website to enter contact information and share news of interest for a new electronic newsletter aimed at helping alumni engage and connect with each other and the school district.
Social and emotional learning was among the topics discussed at the October 30 meeting of the Board of Education. For more, please read Dr. Dolan's synopsis of the meeting.
There were dinosaurs and unicorns, superheroes and sports figures, skeletons and witches, as Westfield students across the school district celebrated Halloween with parades and parties on Oct. 31.
Every two years for the past 20 years, Westfield High School English Department staff and students have attended the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, a celebration of eminent poets of the late 20th and 21st centuries.