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Jefferson 5th graders perform the school song to the tune of “The Addams Family.”

Making Virtual Music

In a normal school year, the winter and spring calendars are filled with musical concerts, as student voices and instruments ring out in joyous acknowledgement of the seasons. This is not a normal year but, despite the pandemic, students and their instructors have found ways to share their music, going to great lengths to learn new technologies and create virtual ensembles that showcase their considerable talent.
Photo of Elizabeth Reilly.

ELA Supervisor Appointed

At its virtual meeting on June 15, the Westfield Board of Education approved the appointment of Elizabeth Reilly as K-12 English Language Arts Supervisor, effective July 1, 2021. Reilly has served in the position on an interim basis for grades K-5 for the past year.
Screenshot of Edison Broadway Singers in virtual performance.

Gonna Get Back

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.
Crystal Marsh, currently assistant principal of Edison Intermediate School, will succeed Joseph Malanga as principal of Wilson Elementary School in Westfield, effective August 1.

Wilson's New Principal

Congratulations to Edison Assistant Principal Crystal Marsh, appointed principal of Wilson School, effective August 1.
Edison 6th grader Georgia Morrelli shares a family recipe for a Virtual Recipe Book, as part of Cultural Diversity Day on May 21. Students and teachers in each subject participated in learning experiences designed to develop an understanding of diverse cultures and identities.

Cultural Diversity Day at Edison

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.
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Math Competition

Fourteen students in Grades 6-8 competed in an online math competition in April, with one of the Westfield teams placing 5th out of 35 teams.  Congratulations to 5th place finishers Elias Chang, Alex Fu, Alex Hu, Justin Lee, and Evie Shen and to all the competitors.


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.