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History[ edit ] The first high school in Westfield was the old brick academy on Mountain Avenue opposite the Presbyterian Church, a town landmark. The minister of the church was the supervisor of it and all the schools in Westfield.
The history of the high school began in with the opening of the old Prospect School which, at that time, had a staff of five teachers. For the few students who were preparing for college, the school principal taught Latin, Greek, higher mathematics and science.
The other teachers taught the elementary subjects. On March 2,the Board of Education, in its formal minutes, made the first direct reference to a high school in Westfield.
When the Lincoln School on Academy Place was erected inclasses of high school level were transferred to it. Inthe high school department was transferred to the newly opened Washington School on Elm Street. Shortly afterward, a regular full four-year high school program, which received state approval, was organized.
The high school became an independent unit in Januarywhen it moved to the Elm Street building. The program, chiefly college preparatory, was offered to students by 11 teachers. That year there were 39 students in the graduating class. In when the present Roosevelt Intermediate School was opened, Westfield adopted the plan and designated the Elm Street building, now containing grades 10, 11 and 12, as Westfield High School.
Neubauer was designated principal, and he remained in that office until his death in During this time a library was established, a program in athletics and physical education was developed, and opportunities for outstanding experiences in art, industrial arts, music, speech, and dramatics were expanded.
It was in this period that guidance services became an integral part of the program, and pupil activities grew to include publications, clubs, social events and student government.
In Robert L. Foose became the second principal of the high school. By the late s the Elm Street building had become much too small for the ever-growing student body. Students were being housed in the Elm Street building, the old Washington School as an annex, and two temporary structures on Walnut Street.
To maintain and expand Westfield's high educational standards and experiences, a new high school building became imperative. The present building on Dorian Road was opened on February 4, The staff, consisting of 42 teachers, taught students in three curricula: In the first commencement from the new building, students were graduated.
Rapid growth in student enrollment necessitated further expansion. In Septemberthe high school gained an addition consisting of 17 new classrooms, two gymnasiums and a cafeteria.
In the s, four additional classrooms were added by the acquisition of the two portable buildings on Trinity Place. In Westfield instituted its first summer school program which was approved by the State Department of Education.
With the retirement of Dr. Foose inAlbert R. Bobal became the school's third principal. During the s, each academic department opened its resource center where students could work independently or seek tutorial assistance from teachers.
The Department of Special Services opened resource rooms at the high school so that specially trained teachers could help special needs youngsters to succeed.
In Project 79, an alternative school -within-a-school, was created for at-risk students of average or above average ability. Petix was named the fourth principal of Westfield High School, a position which he maintained until his retirement in Junemaking him Westfield High School's longest-serving principal.
With the opening of the —89 academic year, Westfield High School welcomed ninth graders to its halls for the first time. The last decade of the 20th century was marked by substantial increases in enrollment in the elementary schools that necessitated the construction of additions to all but one of the district's six elementary school buildings.
Construction at the high school began during the summer of with the replacement of all windows and the conversion of two former shop classrooms into four large classrooms for use during the —02 school year.
By the spring ofthe "portable" classrooms on Trinity Place had been razed in preparation for the construction of a three-story Science wing which began following a ground breaking ceremony in April At the same time, construction also began inside the existing building.
By the end of the summer, a new Student Center and an Art studio classroom had been created by extending the building into the main courtyard, and a renovated Foods Lab was ready to greet students. Work on the expansion of athletic storage facilities and the creation of new teacher work and preparation areas was also finished.Whether you are in health care, education, business, software development or a trainer in any other industry, this online course will help you to analyze, design, and develop instruction.
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