- Schools (http://www.westboroughk12.org)
- Sports (might elevate this to top-level, dunno)
- School Committee
- Volunteer Groups
- Friends of Facing History and Ourselves Foundation
- Westborough Boosters (Westborough Athletic Boosters Association)
- Westborough Athletic Social Association (WASA)
- Westborough Education Foundation
- Westborough Fine Arts Education Association
- Special Education Parent Advisory Council
- Armstrong Parent Group (K-3)
- Fales Parent Group (K-3)
- Hastings Parent Group (K-3)
- Mill Pond Parent Group (4-6)
- Gibbons Parent Group (7-8)
- Project Graduation Westborough
The 2015 Westborough High School Fine Arts Gala Concert and Exhibition
This event, sponsored by the Westborough Fine Arts Education Association, serves as a fundraiser to help fund district-wide programs and provide scholarships to graduating seniors.
This year’s Gala will be held on Thursday, April 30th at Westborough High School from 5:00 pm until approximately 9:30 pm. The event will showcase the talents of over 500 students in Music, Theater, and Visual Arts. Among the honors earned by Westboro ensembles this year are Gold and Silver ratings at the 2015 MICCA Festival and a Gold Key in the Scholastic Art Competition.
5:00-9:00 pm: Silent Auction! (ongoing). This year’s auction will also be available online beginning on April 23rd at the following link:
The live auction will end after intermission of the concert.
Complimentary appetizers and desserts will be served.
5:30-7:30 pm: Visual Arts display in the upper auditorium lobby with small ensembles performing in the upper and lower auditorium lobbies.
7:30 pm: Concert in the auditorium featuring all performing ensembles, including bands, orchestras, choruses and small groups.
The WHS Choirs will be performing as the Choral Union presenting a piece titled Everyone Sang. This piece was commissioned by the WHS Choirs with a grant from the Westborough Cultural Council. The piece was written just for WHS Choirs by Boston-based composer, Dr. William Cutter, and the world premiere of the piece will happen during the Gala Concert. This is a rare and exciting opportunity for our students. I hope you come and support your student and hear the world premiere of Everyone Sang.
Due to assigned seating in the auditorium, as well as high demand for tickets, it is recommend that you reserve your seats in advance of this performance. Please note that this event is not included as part of the Family Concert Pass series.
For further information, contact Mr. Martin at email@example.com.
Two learning options this week to help support parents: a single talk this Thursday on teens, and a three-part series starts on Tuesdays for parents of “tweens and teens”.
Thu Mar 19: “Secret Life of Massachusetts Teen” with Jon Mattleman, MS
7:00 – 8:30 PM
Westborough High School Auditorium
Free Community Event- Adults Only
This Thursday, March 19, Westborough School District is hosting a this talk by Jon Mattleman, MS.
Do you wonder …
- What teens are really thinking?
- Why they don’t share their fears?
- How we can better support teens?
- How we can become better parents?
Parents will leave the workshop with…
- Strategies they can implement immediately
- New ways of understanding teens
- Innovative techniques for engaging teens
- Confidence, courage, and new language
Jon Mattleman has 30 years of experience as a mental health counselor and trainer. He has spoken to thousands of parents in schools, community groups, and religious organization. His style is humble, engaging, warm, respectful, humorous, accessible, and energetic.
Tue Mar 17: “Feeling Anxious – Need to Talk? Parenting our Teens” (A Three-Part Tuesday Night Series for Parents)
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Congregation B’nai Shalom Sanctuary
117 E. Main St, Westborough MA 01581
Bring your friends, all [parents] are welcome!
A three-part Tuesday night series for parents of tweens and teens. Co-Sponsored by the School & Youth Committee, the Chai School and Yad B’Yad.
Tuesday, March 17 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Joani Geltman MSW, best-selling author of A Survival Guide To Parenting Teens, Talking To Your Kids About Sexting, Drinking Drugs, and Other Things That Freak You Out, has over 30 years of experience working with parents, children, schools and community groups.
Joani’s unique brand of “infotainment,” using humor, storytelling and sending parents home with a “goody bag” of helpful techniques will make this an informative and entertaining evening. Joani is a go-to media consultant for television, radio, and print. On and off-camera she provides the most up to date commentary on teen behavior and parenting strategies.
Tuesday, March 24 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Jennifer Segal, MEd, has been a high school guidance counselor for the last 10 years. A graduate of Westborough High School and an active member of Congregation B’nai Shalom, she understands where our teens are coming from! As a counselor in the Boston Public Schools she has worked to mentor, advocate for and support thousands of high school students throughout her tenure.
She has an understanding of the teenage experience and the stress and pressure that your children face each day. She will help you to shift your perspective regarding the challenges teenagers face, teach you how to best support your child and also make you aware of serious warning signs to look out for. As the mom to two young children, she looks forward to the years ahead when they can challenge her!
Tuesday, March 31 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Jill Smilow has been counseling high school juniors and seniors and their parents through the college process since 2006. Utilizing her listening and facilitation skills to help students and their parents understand the true meaning of “the right fit” has given her great joy and satisfaction over the years.
Jill is second generation Independent College Counselor, following her mother into the field nearly ten years ago. Jill is an Associate Member of the Independent Educational Consultant Association and counsels families throughout the greater Boston area. She currently serves as President of the METCO College Scholarship Fund of Lexington and has served on the Lexington High School Site Council for the past 4 years. She and husband Howard Brick are the proud parents of two college-aged young men, Jeremy and Eli.
STEPHEN C. DORET, Chair (March 2016)
23 Mill Road
ILYSE LEVINE-KANJI, Vice Chair/Secretary (March 2017)
11 Rocklawn Road
Westborough, MA 01581
JODY HENSLEY (March 2017)
39 Arch Street
NICOLE SULLIVAN (March 2015)
29 Wayside Road
THOMPSON, GEORGE (March 2016)
26 Crestview Drive
Student Representative (for 2014-2015)
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