Superintendent's Office
The last day of school (the 180th day) will be June 21, 2017. It is an early release day, 11:00AM for elementary; 11:45 for Middle/High Schools.
Superintendent's Office
How Does Technology Support Learning? June 12, 7PM, Woodland School. Join Director of Technology & School Libraries Lee McCanne to learn about ways technology is used in classrooms to engage & support student learning
High School
Undergraduate Awards were presented May 23, 2017. Undergraduates were recognized for Academic and Extra Curricular achievements.
Superintendent's Office
On Wednesday, May 3 the Weston Public Schools held its annual Staff Recognition Ceremony where many staff were feted for either reaching a special anniversary or for retiring this year.
High School
Three teams placed high in state and national competitions.
School Committee
Click above to read Weston School Committee response to a Finance Committee letter.
High School
These students prepared challenging music that they performed under the leadership of prominent conductors in this biennial event.

WHS Hosts First Symposium on Forced Migration

On March 29th, the Weston High School History Department hosted its first ever symposium on the topic of Forced Migration.  The symposium was the start of a series of culminating activities to conclude Grade 9 Honors World History students’ participation in a new program, the Global Concerns Classroom.  Students prepared for the symposium through a year-long research project on issues of forced displacement in Syria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Myanmar, Maldives, El Salvador, Somalia, and the Navajo Nation. The goal of the symposium was to give students the experience of an academic conference with opportunities to authentically apply what they have been learning.  One student commented, “We have been studying a singular country or area for many months, but this symposium allowed us to take a step back from that and look at these issues in a much more worldwide sense.” One hundred 9th Grade Honors World History students, select upperclassmen, and twenty-five students from Norwood High School’s Global Citizenship Program were in attendance.  Funding for the event came from WEEFC and the US Bureau of Cultural and Educational Affairs.

For more information please visit WHS History Department homepage

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WHS Principal Anthony Parker and students-Sept 2016.
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