The Trinitarian Congregational Church in Wayland went on a mission trip to Guatemala. Many WHS students went on this trip including sophomores Mackenzie Barber, Lilly Lin, Peter Wolf, Megan Armstrong and Ian Armstrong and senior Tim SpinaleRead more »
Seniors share 'Senior Slump' experiences.Read more »
Assistant superintendent Brad Crozier wears many hats in the Wayland Public Schools. Ranging from issues regarding staffing to curriculum, Crozier has a role in all of it. “There are a lot of different duties that I do...Basically, I’m in charge of taking care of any HR (human resource) issues,...
With the weather getting warmer and the sun coming out, check out these essentials to rock the spring season in style. Button-front skirts: Button-front skirts are becoming wildly popular this spring. Skirts made in suede, corduroy and denim are the most popular styles. These 90’s inspired styles...
Mandarin teacher Annie Cao's students made fans in class using Chinese calligraphy brushes.
Wandering Backpack asks what you would bring if you had 10 minutes to pack a bag with your most treasured items, knowing you wouldn’t be back for years.Read more »
Wayland Public Schools Director of Technology Leisha Simon discusses the role of technology in education.Read more »
Math teacher Janet Manning guided students in baking sweet treats for this Winter Week activity.Read more »
Peter Gross hypnotizes students in his annual show during Winter Week.Read more »
Jake Jolliffe, Evan Hughes, Gabi Ragazzi and Chris Laven performed classic rock songs in the auditorium.Read more »
Students created wooden birdhouse using electronic tools in this event.Read more »
Our nation's widespread conversation about race and racism continued at WHS on Tuesday as a Winter Week school-wide event. Speaker Jabari Asim shared his first-hand experiences with racism and spoke about widespread impact of racial profiling in the United States. Asim, an author, poet and writing...