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The iParent system is
integrated with the District's iPass student information system. iParent is specially designed to provide a means of sharing information and offers opportunities for the District to move toward a paperless environment for progress reports and report cards at the secondary level.
ALL field indicated with an asterisk (*) are required. You will need to know your child's student ID number. This four digit number can be found on any report card or schedule. In addition to the student ID number, you will need to enter Student's First & Last Name, Date of Birth, City of Birth. You will need a valid email address as well. Register all your students even though the secondary schools are opening iParent. Don't click SUBMIT until all info is entered.
If you have registered already, DO NOT register again. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain your username and password.
School Building Utilization Working Group Report - 02/10/2014
We have great schools! How well are we using our space?
Goal: Develop a model to measure present capacity and predict future utilization
|SCHOOL CHOICE UPDATE - Westford Public Schools will be accepting students for certain grade levels for the 2015-2016 academic year. Please visit our school choice page for more information. Download application here.
FOOD SERVICE ANNOUNCES ONLINE PAYMENT SERVICE CALLED "mySCHOOLBUCKS". This service allows you to deposit money into your child's school meal account. click here for more information>>>>
Our school meal service has transitioned to an electronic meal ID system. The system eliminates the need for the current paper tickets that are often lost. More>>>>>
Westford topped our list for “Best Schools for Your Buck” on the strength of its graduation rate of 98.5%, the fourth highest in the state, and its relative affordability with median home values under $450,000, according to the most recent census data. While Westford boasts high rankings for its elementary and middle schools — including Day Elementary and Blanchard and Stony Brook middle schools — it’s best known for Westford Academy, the high school. The school’s test scores set it apart: 98.9% of 10th graders received the “Advanced” score on the MCAS. The school offers a range of Advanced Placement courses, including computer science, studio art and music theory. Given the quality of coursework available, it’s not surprising that 92.5% of Westford students went on to higher education, the third
highest in the state.