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."
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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.
Congratulations to our College Board National Recognition Program Scholars and recent ACT/SAT perfect scorers!
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.
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.
With a score of 94.2, the Westfield High School Marching Band placed 2nd out of 38 competing high school bands at the New Jersey Marching Band Directors Association (NJMBDA) State Championship.
The District has a new YouTube Channel! Here you'll find Board of Education meeting livestreams and recordings, as well as video snapshots of district happenings.
Congratulations to the WHS Marching Band and 12th grade viola player Meredith Shepherd for recent musical honors!
Regular Board of Education meetings will be held in Cafeteria B at Westfield High School for the foreseeable future, beginning at 7 p.m. unless otherwise specified. Please enter at the door in the back parking lot. All attendees are required to wear masks.
Students received an enthusiastic welcome back from administrators, teachers, and staff as Westfield Public Schools kicked off the 2021-2022 school year on September 9.