WELCOME TO WESTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS!
Weston is an extraordinary community that supports education at a very high level. We pride ourselves on academic excellence, a rich curriculum, and value the opportunity to really know each and every child.
If you have any questions please contact the Weston Public Schools Registrar Christina Kalil. Please call 781-786-5821 or email Christina Kalil
Grades Pre-K-12 Registration:
To register your child(ren) in the Weston Public Schools, you will need to submit the required documents listed below. Please email to Christina Kalil: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can mail to: Weston High School, 444 Wellesley Street, Weston, MA 02493. ATTN: Christina Kalil. Please use the Registration Checklist to guide you through the process. If you are registering multiple children, you will need to fill out a separate packet for each child.
Please note: Several forms are fillable PDF documents.
-Occupancy Statement/Affidavit (Own Home) This is a fillable PDF document: Type in all required information and print.
-Residency Statement/Affidavit (Lease or Rent) This is a fillable PDF document: Type in all required information and print.
–Intent to Reside Form This is a fillable PDF document: Type in all required information and print.
-Annual Nurse Emergency Form This is a fillable PDF document: Type in all required information and print.
Snack and Lunch
- Lunch menus are available on the school’s website and you will receive instructions at the beginning of the year on how to add money to your child’s lunch account online at myschoolbucks.com.
Connect with the Community
- Click here to view the PTO Welcome Packet
- Join the Weston Community Children’s Association or find them on Facebook
- Join the PTO and sign up for Westword for PTO weekly email/news. Click here for Weston PTO.
Immunization records (in English) that meet the mandated Massachusetts Department of Public Health requirements.
Due to the realities of homelessness and mobility, students in transition may not have enrollment documents available. Nonetheless, the district will immediately enroll any child or youth in transition. Enrollment may not be denied or delayed due to lack of any documentation normally required for enrollment. Families/students experiencing homelessness or any transition, including unaccompanied youth, should contact The Office of Student Services at 781-786-5240 for additional information and resources.