Edison Intermediate School Home

Recent News

(L-R) Kevin Chen (Grade 11, Viola), Yenjay Hu (Grade 10, Violin), and Owen Wei (Grade 9, Violin) will perform with the Central Jersey Region II Orchestra in January.

Region II Honors

Talented WHS student musicians will perform with Central Jersey Region II ensembles in January.
Photo of members of the Edison Student Government Association posing with nearly 1300 pounds of food to be donated for Thanksgiving.

Successful Food Drive

Kudos to the Edison Student Government Association, SGA advisors Andrew Cusumano and Julia Torsiello, and the entire Edison school community for a tremendous Thanksgiving food drive. "The SGA donated almost 1300 pounds of food to the Rahway Food for Friends Food Pantry," says Cusumano. "We delivered the items on Wednesday morning before Thanksgiving. The group was thrilled with our donation."
Photo of student holding artwork for dia de los muertos

Dia de los Muertos

It was a celebration of family and remembrance at Edison Intermediate School on Nov. 1, as students in grades 6-8 and their world language teachers marked Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, creating a Hallway of Memories with colorful and meaningful displays.
Retired U.S. Army veteran and social studies teacher Robert Maver talked about his military service in Bosnia during a Veterans Day assembly at Edison Intermediate School on Nov. 11.

Honoring our Veterans

Whether writing letters and handmade cards, reading books about patriotism and heroes, holding assemblies, or learning how Veterans Day was established, students in the Westfield Public Schools paid tribute on Nov. 11 to the nation’s men and women in uniform, past and present, to thank them for their service and sacrifice.
McKinley 4th grader Julia Kopec (left) and her 2nd grade sister Sophia join principal Marc Biunno in displaying student-designed Halloween trick or treat bags for U.S. troops to thank them for their service.

Giving Back

The students, staff, and families of the Westfield Public School District have a longstanding tradition of giving back to communities in need, not only during the holidays but throughout the school year. Read more about those considerable efforts.


Our Mission

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.