Superintendent's Office
The administration has been working with Weston Police investigating a vague but threatening phone message left yesterday after school (4/15) on a high school line by unknown caller. Police determined no imminent threat, school proceeded as normal today.
High School
WHS Latin scholars took the National Latin Exam on March 11-13, 2014. Sponsored by the American Classical League and the National Junior Classical League, the exam gives students an opportunity to measure their progress in Latin language, culture and his
Superintendent's Office
If your child takes medication at school, please download the necessary forms for the physician and parents/guardians to complete for the 2014-15 school year. On the WPS website, go to Quick Links, All Forms, and print the forms you need.
Superintendent's Office
Some athletic fields will be closed Friday, April 18 through Monday, April 21 for pesticide applications. Click above for information as to which fields.
Superintendent's Office
Families who missed the April 3 Kindergarten registration may contact Mrs. Sears at Country School (; or 781-786-5400) to schedule an appointment to register their incoming Kindergartner. Appointments will be on Tues & Thurs, 9-noon
Superintendent's Office
The WHS Chapter of the National Honor Society is pleased to organize a pool of high school students available to provide child care in residents’ homes on the evenings of May 12,and May 14. Click above for more information.
Superintendent's Office
The PTO will again publish an all-school student directory in the PTO calendar. Student information in directory is listed as in the official school records. Click above if you would like your child's information omitted or to add second address.

WHS observes Earth Week

Monday, April 14-Friday, April 18
Mon, 4/14- Seniors: encourage carpooling
Tues, 4/15- Juniors: encourage reusable water bottles
Wed, 4/16-Freshmen: encourage everyone to wear green
Thurs, 4/17-Sophomores: encourage enjoying the fresh air
Fri, 4/18-Faculty: encourage reduction of our carbon footprint
Weston High continues its tradition of making global connections in our observance of Earth Week 2014.
Students for Environmental Action (SEA) are encouraging students and staff to do a green action each day.  This year, each grade has determined a theme for the day. On Friday, the week will end with a presentation on global climate change presented by the Alliance for Climate Education.
Earth Day is observed nationally on April 22. Founded in 1970 by Gaylord Nelson, a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, Earth Day was proposed as the first nationwide environmental protest “to shake up the political establishment.”  Learn more about the history of Earth Day.  
In 2007, the Superintendent established a district-wide environmental initiative.  A group of teachers from each school, who call themselves The Green Team, coordinate activities to improve the district’s environmental sustainability through reduction in energy usage and increased recycling.  Their efforts have included “Energy Smackdowns”  in which the schools compete with each other to reduce electricity usage. 
Janet Kresl Moffat, faculty advisor to SEA and Green Team member had one simple objective for Earth Day, “We hope that every member of the WHS community make one change in their life that will help the earth.”
Slideshow images are posters created by Students for Environmental Action to encourage green activities this week.

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Field School Library
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HS Principal's Conference Room
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WHS Auditorium
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WHS Principal Anthony Parker and students-Oct 2013.
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