Westborough TV was at Westborough High School to record this year’s String Fest. See the entire concert all this month on the Ed Channel (Verizon 26, Charter 194) as well as On Demand, or you can click here.
Westborough TV spent some time at Fales Immigration Day on February 26, 2015. Click here to see the full show.
Many important Westborough residents volunteered their time to come in to Armstrong Elementary School for Community Readers Day. These people read books, shared life lessons, and told their own personal stories to the children. The teachers and students celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with some of their favorite books. To see the full show, click here.
The Students of Armstrong performed their winter concert on Feb 26. The concert boasts fun songs, various musical instruments and rocking dance moves. In addition to the concert there was the monthly school meeting. Click here to see the full concert!
Tim took an opportunity to try the new Paninis at the High School and take a look at all the new choices for lunch Chartwells offers.
Hastings Elementary School third graders perform “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” at the Winter Strings Concert. Watch the full concert here.
Dr. Daniel Mayer, Asst Superintendent for Westborough Schools gave an overview to parents on 2/24 of the new PARCC testing system. The full presentation is available on demand at: Here and is showing this month on Westborough TV’s Ed channel – Charter: Ch 194 – Verizon: Ch 26.
Steve Doret introduces the Sarah Gibbons Middle School Renovation Project. This is a teaser for the program called A Closer Look: The Sarah Gibbons Middle School Proposed Repair Project available on Westborough TV. To veiw the full show, click here.
A clip from Rob Evans as he speaks to parents at Mill Pond School about raising healthy children in difficult times. Watch the entire presentation online at westboroughtv.org or on Westborough TV (Verizon Ch 26 Charter Ch 194) throughout vacation week.
The 3rd Graders at Armstrong School gave a wonderful concert on February 6th. See the wonderful talent blooming as the students perform “The Cabbage Song”