High School
The FY'16 Superintendent's Recommended Budget included a proposal to alter the Grade 12 Physical Education program. Click above to link to survey for junior and senior students and their parents.
High School
Freshman Kate Lunder won 3rd place in the District competition for Senior Individual Website Category. She will represent WHS at the state competition in April.
Superintendent's Office
Junior Alisha Ukani is one of 26 award winners across the state who have received the award that recognizes young high school women for their computing-related achievements and interests.
Superintendent's Office
Saturday, March 28 -- Join us for an evening of fun filled activities at the Annual Weston Boosters Bash. Silent Auction, Live Auction, Dinner. All proceeds support Weston athletes, coaches & Weston Athletics.
Middle School
Emma Hsiao, WMS sixth grader wins the MSLA Bookmark Contest in Division 3.
Middle School
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Superintendent's Office
Kindergarten Registration will be Thurs., April 2, 8:00-noon, Case House by appointment. Children who reside in Weston and are 5 years old on or before 9/1/15 are eligible for kindergarten. Click above for more info.

Supporting METCO

In the fall of 2014, Governor Deval Patrick made what are called 9c cuts to the current budgets of a number of state funded programs, including METCO.  Fast forward several months, Governor Charles Baker made additional 9c cuts to METCO as he responds to the current state budget deficit.  


While METCO Superintendents appreciate the challenges of balancing budgets, we ask:


1) Why was METCO singled out for cuts significantly higher than other programs (closer to 7% as opposed to the 1 or 2% other programs received)?

2) Why target a long standing successful program that addresses issues of race and educational segregation at a time when it is needed more than ever in our nation?  


I was a guest on the February 26 Greater Boston, WGBH news show, discussing the 9c cuts along with another strong supporter of the METCO program, Jim Stergios of the Pioneer Institute.  Our shared concerns are about  this fiscal year as well as next year.  


Weston Public Schools will have a group of students, faculty, administrators and School Committee members at the State House on March 19 to advocate for the needs of METCO in next year’s budget.  Weston Public Schools lost a total of $66,383, funds needed for staffing and transportation.  Similarly to the state budget, ours has also been hit by costs of snow removal, among other unanticipated increases.


Dr. Cheryl Maloney



Superintendent Maloney's Recent Homepage Messages


Recent Faculty Staff Profiles


Mary Liu, WHS Biology Teacher

Anna Burns, Country School Grade 2 Teacher

Laurie Raskin Katz, WMS English Teacher


“…[I]ncorporating…innovative technology may not change the way classes are taught this year, but it has started a revolution in how learning and teaching are being conceptualized. I’m excited to see what is to come from both students and teachers.” — Mary Liu, WHS science teacher and creator of edX’s “Ramp Up for AP Biology” 


Learn more about Mary Liu’s experience in creating and incorporating a new digital technology here.


Please participate in this 
Weston Citizens' Academy Survey
Help the Town of Weston and Weston Public Schools gauge the interest in a Citizens' Academy that would provide community members an opportunity to learn more about the Town Government and the Weston Public Schools. Residents would tour Town and School facilities, meet with Department Managers and School Administrators, and engage in hands-on activities. 





Dr. Maloney at the new Field School

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