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Abbot School
25 Depot St, Westford, MA 01886
Abbot is one of three "upper" elementary schools in Westford for students in grades 3-5. In addition to offering a wideMore array of classes, the school also gives students several unique opportunities, including a writing club, school newspaper, and postal program. The principal is Vito Umbro. The school was built in 1955 and previously housed the high school and middle school.
Day School
75 E Prescott St, Westford, MA 01886
Day School is one of three "upper" elementary schools in Westford for students in grades 3-5. Its student populationMore tops 400. The school slogan reads: "Gateway To An Expanding World Of Growth And Knowledge." The principal is Kevin Regan. The school was built in 1965 as a middle school.
Nashoba Valley Technical High School
100 Littleton Rd, Westford, MA 01886
Established in 1968, Nashoba Valley Technical High School is a public, four-year, career-focused high school. ItMore offers specialized instruction in 18 industry-approved technical programs, details of which can be found on the school's website.
After-School Program at Day School
75 E Prescott St, Westford, MA 01886
This public middle school is huge and teaches nearly 500 students a day. There is a giant parking lot and expansiveMore facilities on site. This program allows students to stay after school. Call for an appointment to set up your child in the program.
Nabnasset School
99 Plain Rd, Westford, MA 01886
Nabnasset is one of three "primary" elementary schools in Westford for students in kindergarten through second grade.More The principal is Susan Dubois. The school's mission statement reads: "The Nabnasset school community collaborates to provide a safe and nurturing environment that appreciates individual differences while striving to enable all students to aspire to academic and personal excellence, respect themselves and others, (and) become life long learners."
Westford Public Schools Department
23 Depot St, Westford, MA 01886
The Westford Public Schools Department oversees more than 5,000 students who attend six elementary schools, two middleMore schools, and a high school. There's also an integrated preschool. The department's administration is headquartered on Depot Street. The superintendent is Everett Olsen. The department's mission statment reads: "The school system will engage its students in a challenging learning environment to prepare them for the political, economic, social, and technological challenges of a rapidly changing world. It will develop in its students the skills and attitudes that will enable them to be lifelong learners, to exercise sound judgment and to become responsible, contributing members of society."
The Goddard School
162 Concord Rd, Westford, MA 01886
The Goddard School, owned by Nina and Fred Lee, is designed to enhance the "emotional, social, intellectual andMore physical development" of preschoolers. It offers two-, three-, four- and five-day weekly programs for either a half or full day. A personalized "Daily Activity Report" about each child is given to his or her parents. The school encourages children to progress at their own pace "according to their individual needs and abilities." The school's educational director is Donna Gorman. 
Norman E Day School
36 E Prescott St, Westford, MA 01886
This large public middle school is set up just off East Prescott in a huge facility. Housing nearly 500 kids, thisMore school has a large student body but many exceptional programs like a popular art course and string instrument instruction. Set up an appointment if you are interested in enrolling your child. 
Crisafulli School
13 Robinson Rd, Westford, MA 01886
Crisafulli is one of three "upper" elementary schools in Westford for students in grades 3-5. The mascot is theMore greyhound dog, and the school operates under its "PAWS" motto, urging others to pay attention to the "power" of their words, be "accepting" of others, be "willing" to help, and demonstrate "self-control." The school opened in 2002 and is named after John A. Crisafulli. Its student population now tops 400. The principal is Julie Vincentsen.
Stony Brook School
9 Farmer Way, Westford, MA 01886
Stony Brook is one of two middle schools in Westford. In addition to offering a wide array of classes, Stony BrookMore offers several unique opportunities for students, including chorus, band, and a leadership council. The principal is Peter Cohen. The school's mission statement reads: "The Stony Brook School is committed to providing an environment which fosters intellectual curiosity, encourages academic excellence, and builds character within a collaborative, diverse community."
Robinson School
60 Concord Rd, Westford, MA 01886
Robinson is one of three "primary" elementary schools in Westford for students in kindergarten through second grade. TheMore school is named after revolutionary war hero Col. John Robinson. Its mission statement reads: "All children can learn, achieve, and be successful. Our common goal is to provide a challenging and enriching education for every child. The school is a safe, caring, and cooperative place for all students, teachers, and parents."
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