Enjoy this inspiring virtual performance by the Edison Intermediate School Broadway Singers of an original musical piece by EIS vocal music director Stephen Markowski who, with vocal music director Kenneth Horn, produced & directed the performance.
News & Announcements
Eight intermediate school educators were selected to receive the Optimist Club Award in recognition of excellence in education.
Congratulations to Edison Assistant Principal Crystal Marsh, appointed principal of Wilson School, effective August 1.
As music representing different cultures wafted through the hallways, students at Edison Intermediate School recently examined how what they study in their classes connects to and celebrates cultural diversity.
Children’s book author Bridget Heos paid a virtual visit to Franklin School on May 13, sharing writing, editing, and publishing tips in three different sessions for students in Grades 1-5.
Westfield Public Schools Business Administrator Dana Sullivan will serve as Interim Superintendent of Schools for the month of July. Sullivan was appointed by the Board of Education at its May 18 virtual meeting to hold the month-long position until Dr. Raymond González begins as the district’s new superintendent on August 1.
At its virtual public meeting on May 18, the Westfield Board of Education unanimously approved the appointment of Dr. Tiffany Jacobson as principal of the Lincoln Early Childhood Center, effective July 1, 2021. Dr. Jacobson has served as interim principal at Lincoln for the past year. "It is no small feat to step into a school leadership role in the middle of a pandemic," says Superintendent Dr. Margaret Dolan. "As interim principal, Dr. Jacobson has handled this challenging year with grace and professionalism."
Four teachers have been honored by the Westfield High School community with awards of excellence. WHS principal Mary Asfendis announced the award winners, who were nominated by students, during a virtual faculty meeting on May 12 and morning announcements on May 13.
Latex gloves, a mask, a roll of toilet paper, a photograph of a virtual class meeting, a thermometer, and rulers were among the items recently placed in several time capsules at Roosevelt Intermediate School as part of a 6th grade social studies project on the use of primary and secondary sources.
Eleven Westfield High School students earned perfect scores of 36 on ACT subject areas in the 2020-2021 school year. “I would like to commend you for this outstanding achievement,” said WHS principal Mary Asfendis to the students. “It speaks volumes about your abilities and commitment to your education.”