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12th Annual Teddy Bear Drive! WHAT: Donate a NEW stuffed animal! WHY: to bring joy, comfort, and cheer to a child in a local hospital or shelter WHEN: Now through December 22 WHERE: Please bring your bears to your classroom teacher or Mrs. Gallagher in the front office For more information or an online opportunity […]
Thanksgiving Day Football – Thursday, November 23rd at 10:00am Come see the 6-4 Wildcats take on their rival of 83 years, the Warriors of Wayland. Tickets will be sold at the gate. Gates will open at 9:00am. All tickets $10 (children under 10 free) Game will be played on our “NEW” Proctor Field WHS […]
The Weston High Theater Company presents The Ten-Minute Play Festival November 16, 17, 18 at 7:30 pm In an intimate setting on the stage at Weston High School Join us for twelve student-directed plays (eight per night) by award-winning Boston playwrights. The evening features works by Brandon M. Crose, Patrick Gabridge, Walt McGough, John […]
Weston Wildcats Winter Hats Available Now! Order your Weston Wildcats Hat today! Hats will arrive in time for the holidays! $20 per hat Click here to order: HATS (Scroll Down to activity 81012: Class of 2019 Winter Hat Sale) Sponsored by the Class of 2019
In the coming weeks parents be receiving their child’s MCAS scores, which include results from the next-generation MCAS tests (MCAS 2.0) that were administered in English language arts and mathematics last spring. The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education publicly released 2017 assessment and accountability results this week, including results from the first administration […]
Save the Date for the WEEFC Elementary School Winter Event on March 8th, 2018 at the Weston Golf Club.
Hello Families, We have come to the end (almost) of another outstanding year! If you remember at Back to School night, I mentioned to “stay tuned” for all the amazing learning and community experiences this year would bring us. We have much to reflect and celebrate about! I am so proud of the incredible work and growth of our students! This year, we continued to build our community through our school spirit days, family and community events. We opened our “Hatch” where ideas are born and children are provided the opportunity to challenge themselves through design and engineering! We took on a whole school STEM challenge to design the best egg helmet. As a faculty, we learned with and from each other to improve upon a teaching strategy of lesson closure. It was a small change with great impact! We continued to improve and audit our safety protocols. We introduced BOKS where children are exercising their bodies,before school, in preparation for the school day. We sang together at the music concerts! We drank coffee together at the many principal coffees where we chatted about anxiety, safety, math and mindfulness! We have been quite busy and all along you “stayed tuned” to what was happening and important in the lives of your children. I thank you for your dedication to the success of the Woodland students, faculty and staff. We have built our community together, we have succeeded together, we have persevered together and we have grown together. Together is a wonderful place to be as is Woodland! On behalf of the faculty and staff, thank you for trusting your children with us. Please know that we are honored to be surrounded by your children on a daily basis. Enjoy your summer! Some events to highlight and ask your child about… Grade 2 students were completely submersed in two days of Henry David Thoreau and solely focused on Henry David Thoreau inspired STEAM challenges. Grade 1 students will take part in a design and engineering challenge using the book, HELP! A Story of Friendship by Holly Keller. Using the design and engineering process the students will design a way for the mouse to get out of the deep hole. Grade 3 students will celebrate the goals they have worked toward all year. They have written reflections about their accomplishments and identified future goals. Students created individualized Goal Folders to include their reflections, work samples, and a link to their digital portfolios. Those folders will be shared with their peers and family! Mark your calendars… School Council on Monday, June 5th at 2:30pm. […]
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