Superintendent's Office
The Weston Public Schools is looking for volunteers to serve on the Search Committees for a new Woodland School Principal, Director of Student Services, and Assistant Director of Student Services. Please click above to read full message.
 
High School
WHS placed 5th out of 46 teams in the State Science Meet on March 21 , 2015
 
Superintendent's Office
Starting Monday, March 16 the entrance and exit at the Old Field School driveway (from School Street) will be closed for the next several weeks.
 
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.
 
High School
The Math Team had a very successful Massachusetts Math League regular season. They have been invited to participate in the state playoffs, which will be held on Friday, March 27, in Shrewsbury.
 
Superintendent's Office
Save the Date -- Friday, May 22,.Students from grades 11 and 12, will be auctioning off talents and community service opportunities. Proceeds raised will benefit the Weston METCO program (10% to WHS Student Council)
 
Superintendent's Office
Find out about WEEFC, the auction, and “makers” in Weston.
 

Filmmaker Sara Terry at WHS

"The West has maybe contributed a great deal in giving the world a more industrial face. But the real task still has to come from Africa: to give the world a more human face."
-Steve Biko

 

On March 17th, filmmaker Sara Terry came to present on her work around Conflict Resolution in Africa and showcase some of her photography. She filmed the acclaimed Fambul Tok (Family Talk), a documentary showcasing the power of forgiveness and restorative justice centered around a village in Rwanda trying to move pass the genocide in 1994. It is powerful.

 

Terry’s work dovetails nicely with what we are trying to do with restorative practices at the high school. WHS Senior Michael Upton first proposed the idea of bringing Ms. Terry to the high school during his freshman year. He saw the film and was moved enough to want others here at the high school to share in his enthusiasm.

 

Ms. Terry spoke to the students about forgiveness, her time in Sierra Leone and her ongoing committment to helping acheive a better understanding of African culture.

 


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WHS Principal Anthony Parker and students-Sept 2014.
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