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Chris Sardella, PrincipalLori McDermott, Assistant PrincipalTrish Sampson, GuidanceCheryl Carpenter, NurseGina Kelly, SecretaryDebi Deveny, Financial Secretary

2/14/17 Day School update
Day School Community-

Happy Valentine's Day!

SCHOOL STORE.....A reminder that tomorrow is the next day for School Store.  This optional activity is offered to students during their recess that is held before of after their lunch.  Students will need money to attend School Store.

GRADE FIVE MATH CLUB.....The make-up date for the Grade Five Math Club session postponed from yesterday is Monday 2/27/17 from 2:30-3:45 PM.

Westford resident Mary Lovely is a survivor.  She and her cousin, Laura Perry, were both sexually abused by the same predatory family member. Together, they created, "Say It, Survivor", an organization dedicated to helping others deal with the aftermath of abuse and reclaim their lives.  On Thursday, April 6, 2017, Mary and Laura will present, "Sexual Abuse Prevention: Educated Parents, Empowered Kids", at 7:00 PM in the Stony Brook Middle School auditorium.  In this powerful presentation, they share their stories, they say, shamelessly.  Their candor and compassion have helped countless people heal and empower themselves.  Parents and anyone who works with children are encouraged to come and educate themselves in order to protect the young people in their lives.  The event, hosted by the Westford Parent Connection, is free and open to the public, due to the generosity of our sponsors.  This is the same talk originally scheduled for Tuesday, February 7.  For more information about Mary and Laura’s organization, go to  For details about the Westford Parent Connection, check out or contact Mary Anne Seraphin at

Have a wonderful week!

Kevin Regan

Norman E. Day School  |  75 East Prescott Street, Westford, MA 01886  |  ph: 978-692-5591  |  fx: 978-692-8476

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