WESTFORD — The Westford Recreation Department will soon be hosting an open house for parents and students looking to learn about an after-school program.
Westford Partnership for Children, which began in 2004, provides a “safe, stimulating and fun” environment for students in Westford’s six elementary schools, as well as Stony Brook Middle School. The program offers five eight-week sessions during the school year, beginning in August.
Elementary and middle school students are given a mix of after-school activities including homework help arts and crafts, outside play.
An open house will be held on Wednesday, July 27 at 6 p.m. at the Westford Recreation Department.
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