EWSD Project Gratitude
Small acts of gratitude can make a big difference in your own life, as well as in the lives of others. During this time of adversity, as a district, we wanted to take this opportunity to unite together as a community with a common purpose of sharing gratitude and kindness through a new art initiative called EWSD Project Gratitude!
Help share gratitude and kindness. Learn more about the project and how to submit your ideas in the slides below. If you have issues viewing the slides on your mobile device, you can access the presentation here.
During this time of self-isolation, our contact with others is very limited, with most of it taking place on devices. We are going to try and help with this while also sharing positivity and creativity during these trying times. If you have any photos or videos that you would like to share, please email those to EWSD Communications Coordinator Ben Dickie (email@example.com).
EWSD Essential Heroes
We would like to proudly feature ANY essential professionals from our Essex Westford community in the coming weeks. Health care, law enforcement, public safety, first responders, grocery workers, food services, childcare, etc.
Whether you are an alumni or a resident, please consider sharing your information with us! Pictures can be individual, in action, an entire office or crew … anything! Email us your picture with the following information:
Year of Graduation: (only for alumni)
Place of Employment:
Send those pictures and information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
EWSD YouTube Videos
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This video created by Fleming students and staff shares a positive message that was originally created for a teacher at the school.
Hiawatha teachers and staff formed a 'car parade' and drove through EJ neighborhoods to wave to all their students!
Essex Elementary teachers and staff miss all of their students and created this little 'hello' for them!
The EHS Admin Team/Counseling Department have a message for their students!
Westford teachers and staff put together a video to let their students know how much they miss them!
EMS teachers and staff put together a message for all of their students ... we are EMS Strong!
Hiawatha teachers and staff created a message for their students!
Teachers and staff members at Founders Memorial share a message with their students!
Thomas Fleming music teacher provides a parody of Call Me, Maybe focused on Zoom!
Summit Street School teaches and staff sent out a message to all of their students!