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WHS 11th grader Mattia Butera will attend the Governor's School of Engineering and Technology this summer at Rutgers University. Pictured here with K-12 Science Supervisor Thomas Paterson and WHS Principal Mary Asfendis.

Continued Honors at WHS

Westfield High School students continue to be honored for academic and artistic achievements in recognition of their hard work and dedication to furthering their education.
Twenty-one countries were represented at the First Annual Multicultural Festival at Washington Elementary School on April 23.

Multicultural Festival

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.
Speak Sobriety founder Stephen Hill visited Edison and Roosevelt Intermediate Schools to share his real life struggle with substance abuse and his journey to recovery.

Impactful Assembly

Speaking about “the disease of addiction,” Stephen Hill recently shared the real life story of his decade-long struggle with substance abuse and his journey to recovery.
Photo of NAMM Best Schools for Music Education logo

Musical Honors

For a fifth consecutive year, the Westfield Public School District has been named one of the “Best Communities for Music Education” in the nation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Additionally, students at both the intermediate and high school level will perform with All-State Ensembles.
Photo of Philhower Fellow Matthew Cognetti with superintendent and principal.

Washington Teacher Awarded Philhower Fellowship

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
Washington Elementary School students decorate and pot plants for local senior citizens as part of Community Service Night on March 24.

Community Service Week

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.


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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.