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Click here to read Madelaine Kenyon’s September 28, 2017 article in the Weston Town Crier.

Please join with us and various groups within the Weston Community in attending and supporting the following events celebrating diversity, engaging in difficult conversations and reviewing the history of this AMAZING program!

DATE EVENT TIME/LOCATION
Sunday, October 22, 2017 Dr. Augustus White (Author)

Seeing Patients:  Unconscious Bias in Health Care 

11:45 AM – Forum in the Church Parlor

First Parish Church                             349 Boston Post Road, Weston

Thursday, November 9, 2017 Weston Historical Society Presents:  Annual Meeting “A History of METCO in Weston: 50 years” 7:30 PM – Weston Public Library Community Room

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WESTON METCO 2017 FRUIT  SALE IS HERE!!!

The Black Student Union is again sponsoring a fruit sale to raise money to support the activities of the WHS Black Student Union, and the Weston METCO Program.

You can purchase a variety of quality fresh fruit online .

Sunday, November 26th is the last day for orders, fruit orders will arrive the week of December 11th.

Questions?
Please contact the METCO office at 781-786-5850.

About Weston METCO

Since 1967, Weston has participated in METCO, (Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity), a voluntary, desegregation, program which brings approximately 167 students, grades K-12, from Boston to Weston’s schools.

The Weston METCO program is enjoying another productive and exciting year. Our students are working hard to achieve the academic goals that parents and the program have developed for them. Our METCO Academic Liaisons are working with our Boston students supporting them in their pursuit of academic success.

Elementary students in Kindergarten through grade three are working under the guidance of Riola Lazo, METCO Liaison (Country and Woodland Schools). At Field School, METCO Elementary Liaison, Theresa Dryden, is working with our fourth and fifth grade students. Cyril Kakulu is the METCO Liaison at the Middle School, and he works with our sixth, seventh and eighth graders. La Toya Rivers, the METCO Director and High School Liaison works with students in grades nine through twelve.

The Boston Weston METCO Parent Organization (BWMPO), the Family Friends program, and the Community Coordinating Committee (CCC) are examples of the diverse groups of students, parents, teachers, administrators and members of the Boston and Weston communities who are working together to make our METCO program the best ever!

We have many events throughout the year where we bring the Boston and Weston communities together.  Some of these events include the Family Friends Ice Cream Social in September (this year at the Country School, the METCO Gospel Jubilee In January at the Weston High School and the Annual Pot Luck Supper in March in Weston.  Everyone from both the Weston and Boston communities are welcome to attend these events.
We also conduct fundraisers to help support our programs.   Click on the Forms and Publications tab at the left to obtain further information on these fundraisers.  To learn more about the program’s achievements, please read the most recent annual report to the School Committee.

METCOSENIORS

WHS METCO Class of 2018

Front Row (L-R): Melissa Barbosa, Sejal Pareek, Taniya Williams, Daniel Rodriguez and Alexus Casmir.

Back Row (L-R): Shama Simmons, JeQuan Oliver-Bigby, Conor McCoy, Alanah Bullock and Roshani Nagarajah.

 

Camera Shy: Kamar Atkins, Kylisha Buchanan, Jahcynt John, Epifanio Nazoliny

 

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