Green District 13 Logo
Westfield Middle School
   Westfield Middle School
District DuJardin Erickson Westfield Home
Developing actively involved learners and responsible citizens in partnership with the community.

Westfield Middle School
149 Fairfield Way
Bloomingdale, IL 60108
Phone: 630-529-6211
Fax: 630-893-9336

School Hours: 8:20 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Voicemail: 630-529-6211
(In use between 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 a.m.)

Westfield Office Staff
Stefan Larsson, Principal
Heidi Weeks, Assistant Principal
Susan Wruck, Secretary
Laurie Spejcher, Secretary

Located at 149 Fairfield Way in Bloomingdale, Westfield School opened in 1975, receiving its moniker from the names of two bordering subdivisions, Westlake and Fairfield. Attended by 435 students, Westfield School's staff includes Stefan Larsson, principal, and Heidi Weeks, assistant principal, and approximately 60 teachers and instructional aides.

Supply List 2014 - 2015

Westfield School Announcements

Homework Lab Schedule

Use of School Facilities Application

Westfield PTO Membership Form

Westfield PTO Phone Directory Form

Common Core Resources

Westfield Music Department Fund-Raiser - Please help the Westfield Music Department raise money to help cover the costs of future trips. Go to before you do your on-line shopping at over 100 sites including,, Peapod, KBtoys, 1-800 Flowers,, iTunes, Barnes & Noble. The Westfield Music Department will earn a percentage of your final sale. Thank you for your support of the Music Department. Click here for more information.

The Westfield S.T.E.M. Club website is created by students and contains news and information about the club.

Check out the District 13 Virtual Backpack for information from local non-profit organizations, intergovernmental agencies and business partners.

PowerSchool Parent Access is now available to all Westfield parents. PowerSchool Parent Access provides online access to student grades and attendance. Click here to learn how to use PowerSchool Parent Access.

Several volunteer positions will be available next year. Click here to find out more about these positions

In an effort to improve safety, security and supervision of the Westfield Campus, D13 has installed video surveillance cameras throughout the school building. The cameras will be used in common areas of the school for the primary purpose of promoting a safe and secure environment for students and staff. Video recordings will only be viewed by students, parents and/or staff with an administrator present. Disciplinary action may be taken with students based on video documentation.

Westfield has a late bus that leaves school at approximately 5:05 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, beginning the second week of school. This one bus covers most of our district bus territory, makes fewer stops, and takes an hour or more to complete its run.


6th Grade Back to School Transition Camp
What a great opportunity for incoming 6th graders to get back into the groove! 6th Grade Back to School Transition Camp is Wednesday, August 12, Thursday August 13 and Friday, August 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Kids can sign up for one, two or all three days. Students will familiarize themselves with the building, their lockers, tour the school and spend time with old and new friends. Incoming 6th graders will revisit math strategies, reinforce summer reading, and practice technology skills. Snacks are provided each day and a pizza party during camp on Friday, August 14, 2015. Online registration for the 6th Grade Back to School Transition Camp can be found here. If you have trouble viewing or submitting this form, please contact Mrs. Dulian ( or Mrs. Edwards (

Prepackaged School Supplies
Prepackaged School Supplies will be sold through School Tool Box for the 2015-2016 school year. Orders can be placed online and will be delivered to your home address. You can customize your order by adding or removing items from the grade level list. More information can be found here.

Anderson's Book Fair

booksAnderson’s Book Fair is coming to Westfield Middle School! The book fair will take place in the Commons at Westfield Middle School from April 27, 2015 – May 1, 2015, including Portfolio Night. Students will have an opportunity to visit the fair during the week, however Portfolio night is a wonderful time to find some great reads with the whole family! Get a head start on the 2015 Summer Read and purchase a copy from the book fair, or find a new title to enjoy during 4th quarter. All proceeds will go towards funding another amazing author visit for the 2015-2016 school year. If any parent or guardian would like to volunteer to work the book fair, please contact your child’s ELA teacher. The Reading Motivation Committee looks forward to seeing you at the fair and thanks you for supporting Westfield’s readers!

Lost and Found
Please encourage your child to check the lost and found located in our Commons area.  We will be donating items that are left here over break.

New Lunch Times

7th/8th grade lunch: 11:38am - 11:59am
6th grade lunch: 12:01pm - 12:22pm

2014 - 2015 Westfield School Supplies Website - School Tool Box.


Illinois Youth Survey Parent Notification Letter

Spotlight on Concert Choir
Click here to view a slideshow about Westfield's Concert Choir.

Kindles, Nooks and iPads
Students have been asking their teachers if they may use these "e-readers" (electronic readers) for their silent reading during the school day. The answer is "YES!" Our students are digital learners and if this makes them want to read even more, of course we would want to encourage them to use this personal equipment to enhance their reading abilities.

To that end, it is essential that you, as the parent, review the technology agreement that was signed at the beginning of the year. You can access this information in the gold pages in the front of the student planner or pages 13, 14 and 15 or go to our Westfield website and open the link to the "Student Planner", Please remind your student that they must exercise care in using these privately owned electronic devices. The school is not responsible for lost, damaged or stolen personal electronic devices. If you elect to have your student bring these personal electronics to school, your student is assuming the liability and responsibility for taking care of their personal belongings. The privately owned electronic devices are to be used for ONLY the intended purpose within the educational environment. The responsibility for appropriate use of the Internet lies solely with the student user.

Does Your Student Need Support?

NWEA MAP Parent Toolkit

RtI: Response to Intervention at Westfield
Students needing additional help with reading and/or math are participating in intervention programs during their acceleration period. These individualized learning programs are part of a system of student interventions called Response to Intervention, or RtI. RtI provides systematic, research-based interventions to students who have demonstrated that they could benefit from additional instruction and practice. Students are identified for this programming based on their MAP, ISAT and OLSAT test scores, as well as teacher recommendation. Student progress is being monitored weekly through dynamic progress monitoring tests and assessments.

We will continue to monitor all students' progress in building their reading and math skills. Building students' reading and math skills is a top priority, as a student's reading and math ability impacts their learning in all of their classes on a daily basis.

For additional information about RtI in District 13, you can also refer to the District 13 RtI web page.

District 13 Bullying Policy
On October 25, 2010 the Board of Education updated the Anti-bullying policy 7:180, entitled "Preventing Bullying, Intimidation, and Harassment." This policy reflects new state mandated legislation that gives school greater ability to address bullying behavior that may occur at school. Please take time to read this policy as it is aligned with our Code of Conduct in the Student Planner.

Anti-Bully Help Request

Internet Safety
Westfield students will take part in an Internet Safety program, as required by law. Students will complete the following anonymous survey as part of this program:

Internet Use Survey