Westford Partnership for Children (WPC)
The Westford Parks & Recreation After School Enrichment Program
Monday through Friday, from school dismissal to 5:45 p.m.
Since 2004, WPC has provided the Westford community with a safe, stimulating, and fun environment for Westford elementary and middle school children during high-risk after school hours. At WPC, your child is front and center. WPC staff fosters meaningful relationships with each student, while focusing on three critical concepts: safety, positive youth development, and academic enrichment and support.
For more information, please see the WPC Parent Handbook.
NEW Payment Process: Westford Recreation is partnering with City Hall Systems to provide you with a more convenient and secure way to pay your WPC After School Program tuition for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. Please see the Westford Partnership for Children Tuition Payment Guidelines to learn more.
WPC School Sites
WPC registration forms can be found on the school pages listed below:
Abbot School (grades 3-5) Site Director: Anne Taylor
Crisafulli School (grades 3-5) Site Director: Tiffany Gintner
Day School (grades 3-5) Site Director: Tamara DeMaio
Miller School (grades K-2) Site Director: Tiffany Jurewicz
Nabnasset School (grades K-2) Site Director: Sara Waterman
Robinson School (grades K-2) Site Director: Beth McKeeman
Stony Brook (for ALL Middle School students) Site Director: Colleen Johnson
WPC Special Programs (Full day and Full week)
WPC has you covered! Look for WPC Special Programs for Westford Public School Professional Development days, Conferences, and Winter (February) and Spring (April) Break.
Financial Assistance Scholarship Application
Financial assistance is available for Westford residents registering for this and other Westford Parks & Recreation programs.
WPC 2019-2020 Session Dates
Session 1 August 27-October 25
Session 2 October 28-December 20
Session 3 January 2-February 28
Session 4 March 2-April 17
Session 5 April 27-June 15 (tentative)
WHY choose WPC
A true enrichment program:
WPC designs a separate curriculum for grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-8, with activities that encompass homework help, science, math, technology, reading and storytelling, visual arts, and sports and games. The concepts and skills your children learn in school are reinforced through both simple tasks and challenging interdisciplinary projects; many inspired by programs we have included in the curriculum, such as Play-Well TEKnologies: Intro to STEM with LEGO®, Chess Wizards, and Empow Video Game Design.
Activity options, flexible schedules, and Special Program coverage:
At WPC, you can choose from a variety of activities, with flexible days and hours, that fully support the needs of your child and your family. Plus, WPC has you covered with Special Programs, offered during Professional Development days, Conferences, and Winter (February) and Spring (April) Break.
An experienced, dedicated staff:
WPC site directors are passionate and committed, with years of experience in the education field. Their support staff — high school and college age counselors — contribute a positive, contemporary energy to the program. Most WPC counselors have taken the Parks & Recreation Leadership program. All staff is CPR and First Aid certified.
Collaboration with Westford Public Schools:
WPC has served Westford elementary schools, and middle schools, for over ten years. WPC sites are located at each elementary school, as well as Stony Brook Middle School (Blanchard students are bussed to Stony Brook), to ensure an easy and safe transition from the classroom to the program. Excellent communication between WPC and school staff supports your child’s academic, social, and emotional development.