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WPS Superintendent Paul Stein discusses goals and experiences

WPS Superintendent Paul Stein discusses goals and experiences

Nandita Subbiah
July 5, 2016
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Wayland Public Schools is a machine with many cogs needed in order to keep it running. Superintendent Paul Stein is in charge of making sure that the school system operates as a well-oiled machine. “On one level, I am responsible along with the administrative team for making sure that there is a...

WSPN looks at cars and driving at WHS

Meg Trogolo
June 21, 2016
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About RAD, the Rape Aggression Defense class

Lindsay Adelman and Gage Fuller
June 20, 2016
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Four years ago, WHS introduced a new class, open to all junior girls, called Rape Aggression Defense (RAD). The program was formed as a part of the wellness junior curriculum, and according to wellness teacher Amanda Cosenza, the course teaches things such as self confidence, risk awareness prevention,...

2016 Summer Fashion Preview

Aimee LaRochelle, Olivia Waldron, and Masha Yakhkind
June 20, 2016
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  Baseball caps aka “dad hats”- Instead of wearing beanies or snapbacks, celebrities and bloggers have brought attention to an older fashion obsession: the “dad” hat. The great thing about this trend is that you won’t have to worry about a bad hair day again, just grab your “dad”...

English teacher Barbara Shellito retires

English teacher Barbara Shellito retires

Meg Trogolo
June 20, 2016
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English teacher Barbara Shellito has guided hundreds of students through honors English 1 and freshman year at WHS as well as sophomores and seniors during her time here. However, someone else will fill that role come September. Shellito will retire at the end of this school year. Shellito has taught...

Where you will find the Class of 2016 next year

Where you will find the Class of 2016 next year

Elena Erdekian and Thomas Chan
June 2, 2016
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WSPN takes a look at where the Class of 2015 will be next year.

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How to make a Snapchat geofilter

How to make a Snapchat geofilter

Thomas Chan
May 18, 2016
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WHS Class of 2015 Mindy Lou created Wayland's first Snapchat Geofilter.

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Students and teachers discuss experiences on Italy trip

Students and teachers discuss experiences on Italy trip

Gage Fuller
May 16, 2016
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Students and teachers from WHS visited Italy on a school-sponsored trip.

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The France trip, students and teachers explore French culture

The France trip, students and teachers explore French culture

Olivia Waldron and Nathan Zhao
May 13, 2016
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A vendor advertises his produce, his voice projecting across the cobblestone market square. Herds of people crowd around market stands, purchasing fruits, vegetables and the occasional baguette. In the crowd, 15 WHS students and their two teachers are immersed in the action, interacting with the vendors...

WPS Business Administrator Susan Bottan discusses school finance

WPS Business Administrator Susan Bottan discusses school finance

Nandita Subbiah
May 10, 2016
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Susan Bottan is in charge of keeping track of the budgeting for Wayland Public Schools.

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Creativity Problem Solving and Invention, a unique class

Creativity Problem Solving and Invention, a unique class

Janani Gandhi
April 27, 2016
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The low hum of the drill bit blurs with the music playing over the radio in the Makerspace. White letters stand out against the dark chalkboard wall, and the purple and green triangles on the wall brighten the room. This is not a regular classroom. Business teacher Jay Moody’s Creativity Problem...

Addison Antico: Having this sign makes me thank our Founding Fathers for creating the First Amendment

Addison Antico: Having this sign makes me thank our Founding Fathers for creating the First Amendment

Abby Stoller
April 25, 2016
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Wayland residents drive by sophomore Addison Antico's yard, each glaring at the campaign sign displayed. The bright lights shine into the four corners intersection, reflecting off the 14 by 48 foot purple sign that reads “Trump” in thick white letters in support of the Republican presidential front...

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