The gymnasium at Washington Elementary School was recently transformed into a colorful multicultural festival, as students and their families made a trip around the globe to learn about the traditions of the many countries represented.
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Washington 5th grade teacher Matthew Cognetti is the 2022 recipient of the Rotary Club of Westfield’s Philhower Fellowship in recognition of outstanding teaching at the elementary school level
The Westfield Public Schools community demonstrated its considerable civic-mindedness in March, with students across the district packing lunches, designing greeting cards, making care packages, picking up litter, and participating in many other activities as a way of giving back to those in need.
The deadline to nominate an outstanding intermediate school teacher for the Optimist Club Award is Friday, May 6.
March is Women's History Month. Here are just a few of the ways the Westfield Public School District celebrated and paid tribute.
The Westfield Public Schools are celebrating the nationally acclaimed Youth Art Month with colorful and creative displays throughout the downtown area.
The Rotary Club of Westfield is accepting nominations for the 30th annual Charles Philhower Fellowship Award, which recognizes an outstanding full-time elementary teacher in the Westfield Public Schools each year. The deadline to submit a nomination is Friday, April 1, 2022.
The first webinar in the district's "Spotlight on Education Webinar Series" will focus on Holocaust Education in the Westfield Public Schools. Please join us!
Whether producing a powerful video series on the Westfield African American History Walking Tour, exploring the many contributions of ancient African societies, or reading and researching non-fiction texts about prominent people and events in African American history, students and educators in the Westfield Public Schools are celebrating Black History Month and paying homage to Black Americans throughout history.
Eva Safier Wiener was 10 months old when she and her parents boarded the M.S. St. Louis, a German transatlantic liner docked in Hamburg and bound for Cuba. It was May 1939 and the Safiers were among more than 900 Jewish passengers desperate to get out of Nazi Germany. Mrs. Wiener told her harrowing story to Edison Intermediate School students on Jan. 28. Her presentation came as students and staff across the district recognized International Holocaust Remembrance Day.