Educators Mandate Masks be Worn Inside School Buildings

An effort by some parents who are opposed to the use of face masks at school seemed to wane...

COMMENTARY: Masks are Right Choice Given Circumstances

The level of [COVID-19] community transmission in Middlesex County is in the second highest category...

WestfordCAT Weekly News – August 13, 2021

Health Director Jeff Stephens leaves his post in Westford; a Health Board member steps up to the plate; UMass Lowell Assistant Recruitment Director talks about admissions.

Nashoba Tech Career Training Institute: Preparing Adults for New Careers

  The Nashoba Career Training Institute at Nashoba Valley High School is finishing second round of training to prepare plumbers...

Arciero testifies for Special Education Parent Advisory Councils on School Committees, advocates for representation for special education students

House Bill H.537: An Act to Ensure Representation of Special Education Parent Advisory Councils on School Committees

WestfordCAT Weekly News – June 25, 2021

This week on WestfordCAT news, Westford says goodbye to Superintendent Bill Olsen; the COVID Advisory Committee gets special recognition; the Farmer’s Market opens for the season.

School Committee Chair Wishes Olsen ‘Fair Skies’ as He Departs Westford

Bill often says that “everybody matters” in our school system because everyone can make a difference in the life of a child. He also adds rather humbly that he only takes 1/600 of the credit because all staff contributes to the success of our schools.

WESTFORD ACADEMY: Graduates Look to the Future

The speeches were shorter this year, but the recognition, encouragement and pride no less as the Westford Academy Class of 2021, walked together for one last time.