WS PTO Update

Dear Woodland Families,

Welcome back – we hope you had a wonderful, and restful, winter break. We are excited to announce our upcoming Woodland Parent Night Out at Heirloom on Thursday, March 23rd. See below for a link to purchase tickets. Have a great week ahead.

Important Dates:

  • Wednesday, March 1: Early Dismissal | 11:30 am
  • Tuesday, March 7: String Fling (Grades 3-12 Orchestra) | Weston High School Gym | 7:00 pm
  • Friday, March 10 | No School | Teacher In-Service Day
  • Wednesday, March 15 | Spring Sing (Grades 3-12 Chorus) | Weston High School Gym | 7:00 pm
  • Thursday, March 23 | Woodland Parent Night Out | Heirloom | 6:30p m | Link to Tickets

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Parents Night Out! Book your babysitters! Come gather with fellow Woodland parents at our upcoming Woodland Parent Night Out – Thursday, March 23rd at Heirloom in Weston. $45pp covers heavy appetizers. BYOB. The event will be capped at 70 tickets due to space limitations so get your tickets soon! Please RSVP here and venmo $45pp @emily-malenfant by March 16th. We cannot hold tickets without payment. Funding is available to cover ticket prices if needed – please reach out to Emily Malenfant. We look forward to a fun evening at Heirloom on March 23rd!

BWMPO Fundraiser METCO Matters Apparel: Support the Boston Weston METCO Parent Organization by showing your pride for METCO and its importance to the Weston community. The BWMPO has partnered with a black-owned business with Boston roots to design exclusive apparel for our cause. Click here to shop! For every METCO Matters item purchased, $5 will be donated to the John Hudson Memorial Scholarship Fund.

WEEFC: Last Chance: Double Your Love for WPS With a Major Matching Opportunity (Ends February 28)

WEEFC funds make it possible for our schools to access innovative resources that elevate our children’s learning experience, including an exciting grant for a new robotics & engineering lab for middle and high school students. Our year-long goal is to engage 100% of WPS families, and a generous donor has offered to match all donations up to $50,000 between now and Tuesday. Donations can be made here by Venmo, MySchoolBucks, and check, and we’ll be tracking participation by school. The school with the largest percentage of participation will win a visit from the Kona ice truck. We are so close, Woodland!

  • CS 30%
  • WS 33%
  • FS 35%
  • WMS 27%
  • WHS 17%

Weston/Lincoln Society of St. Vincent de Paul:

Please consider donating to the Weston/Lincoln Society of St. Vincent de Paul. This organization provides food and emergency financial assistance to residents of Weston and Lincoln. We are helping them with a food and goods drive. Students can bring in donations to put in a box in the lobby. They are in need of:

  • *non-dairy shelf stable milks: almond, oat, rice
  • *alternative nut butters: almond, cashew, soy
  • *vegetable and olive oils
  • *condiments, spices, mayonnaise
  • *ethnic foods: soy sauce, ramen, taco kits
  • *Near East rice pilaf, couscous
  • *Knorr quick meals
  • *paper goods: paper towels, toilet paper

Have a great week!

Meghan Covington & Emily Malenfant

Woodland School PTO Co-Chairs