Five Things for Today in Westford: Aug. 9
From Nabnasset to Forge Village, here are your Five Things for today in Westford.
#1. At the Robinson School... They're seeking applicants for a Principal's Aide position for the 2012-13 school year.
Primary duties include monitoring lunch and recess and light clerical work (4 hours daily).
Interested parties may contact assistant principal Michelle Kane for further information.
#2. Hey Westford Academy Fall Season Student Athletes... Check out the Westford Grey Ghosts website for dates on tryouts (football starts on Aug. 20 and all other sports start on Aug. 23) as well as other information on physicals, requirements and other things student athletes should know.
#3. Kids Can Cook Italian: From Aug. 13 to 16, the Roudenbush Community Center is sponsoring a class in conjuction with Rebecca Scheier at Tie Your Apron Kitchen in Acton for kids aged 9 to 12.
More information is available at the Roudenbush website.
#4. Day School Parents... Check your mailboxes tomorrow, like several other schools in town, classroom assignment letters are coming tomorrow.
Please note that student assignments are subject to change depending on the number of new enrollments received during the summer registration process.
#5. Today's Video: On Tuesday, Westford town manager Jodi Ross, Congresswoman Niki Tsongas and State Representative Jim Arciero joined Sustainable Westford director Gloria Gilbert at the Westford Farmers' Market as part of National Farmers' Market Week and Westford Farmers' Market Olympics Day!