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Winter Week: Mr. Con makes salsa and sandwiches

Winter Week: Mr. Con makes salsa and sandwiches
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David Ryan
February 3, 2011
Filed under Features, Photo Galleries

Miss an event from Winter Week 2011? WSPN's got it covered.

WHS community talks about Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell repeal

WHS community talks about Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell repeal

mwang
January 13, 2011
Filed under Articles, Features

On December 22nd, 2010, President Obama signed the repeal of the military's longstanding Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy into law. Once the repeal goes into effect, gay and lesbian servicemen and women will be able to serve openly in the military. Wayland high school students and faculty commented on the...

One team, one girl: Hayward joins wrestling

One team, one girl: Hayward joins wrestling

mwang
December 21, 2010
Filed under Articles, Features

An athlete all her life, junior Jessica Hayward has tackled a variety of sports. From the turf for field hockey, to the diamond for softball, Hayward has learned what it’s like to train and practice hard in order to achieve her goals. This winter, she is tackling her toughest athletic goal yet: wrestling. In November, Hayward joined the W...

Wayland goes all-out with holiday decorations (31 Photos)

Wayland goes all-out with holiday decorations (31 Photos)

Tommy Bernotas
December 20, 2010
Filed under Features, Photo Galleries

There may not be any snow on the ground yet in Wayland, but there's no mistaking the time of year with decorations like these.

Teachers talk favorite duties

Teachers talk favorite duties

mwang
December 14, 2010
Filed under Articles, Features

Which duty is your favorite, and why? This year, teachers have had more out-of-class responsibilities, such as commons duty and restricted study, than ever before. Here’s what they had to say about their favorites: Mr. Chandler Science Teacher I don’t think I have a favorite duty.  I don’t like dut...

After The Bell: Tutwiler at home

After The Bell: Tutwiler at home
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David Ryan
November 10, 2010
Filed under Features, WSPN.TV

Sometimes students forget that teachers do activities outside of school, and many have families to go home to. In the inaugural episode of After The Bell, WSPN reporters caught up with Principal Tutwiler at home to meet his family and get a tour of his other house. [contact-form 5 "After The Bell N...

METCO students face commuting challenges

METCO students face commuting challenges

mwang
October 27, 2010
Filed under Articles, Features

Imagine waking up even earlier than usual, walking to the nearby MBTA station and then getting on a school bus for the half hour, 21.6 mile long journey to get to school. For the 134 METCO students in Wayland, 48 of whom are at the high school, this schedule is very much a reality every school day, and each subsequent school year. The Metropolitan Council for Educational O...

Justice Smith: from athlete to athletic director

Justice Smith: from athlete to athletic director

mwang
October 12, 2010
Filed under Articles, Features

Before 1989, the town of Amsterdam, New York was an ordinary town. Never big in size, economics, or population, Amsterdam was centered around high school football. That year brought a freshman by the name of Justice Smith to the high school, only fourteen at the time. No one knew just how influential th...

School community adapts to construction

School community adapts to construction

mwang
October 8, 2010
Filed under Articles, Features

From the beeping and machinery noises in Spanish class, to the mini-earthquakes in early morning psychology, most Wayland High School students and faculty have noticed some form of the construction during their school day. Sounds and vibrations are harmless, but only if they don’t affect the lea...

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