• May 3Last day of school for seniors will be Friday, May 27
  • May 2Last day of school for students will be Tuesday, June 21
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2021-2022 school year
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Wayland Student Press

The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

News Editor Nadya Chase informs readers about the schedule changes occurring this week.
News Brief: schedule changes this week
Nadya Chase May 16, 2022
In the weekly series, “In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Nadya Chase summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN articles.
ICYMI: Week of May 9 - town elections, town meeting and Red Sox ticket draw fundraiser
Nadya Chase May 16, 2022
WPS returns to a mask mandate following an increase in COVID-19 cases.
Breaking News: WHS returns to mask mandate until COVID-19 cases decrease
Emily Roberge May 15, 2022
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Family Promise Metrowest hosts its 13th annual Walk to End Homelessness. Due to COVID-19, the walk will be virtual, and members of Wayland High School’s Family Promise Club are encouraged to join.
Family Promise: The walk to end homelessness
Annabelle Zhang May 16, 2022
The group of WSPN reporters who attended the 2022 NSPA conference in Los Angeles, California pose with the publication’s 2021 Pacemaker Award. May 1, 2022 marks the 15th anniversary of the publication, each year made unique by the hard work and creative efforts of every student journalist who participates in the elective.
Not just a publication, but a family: WSPN’s 15th anniversary
Aimee Smith and Nadya Chase May 11, 2022
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the SADD organization. To celebrate the organization has planned year round events and is hosting its biggest organization gathering in the past two years, this summer. The event is to educate students about SADD, bring SADD chapters together and celebrate SADDs legacy. “I realize that behind every stat I look at, behind every report we craft, every single element are these stories, there is a mom, theres a dad, theres a family, theres a school thats forever changed.”
SADD: 40 years of making a difference
Sophia Oppenheim May 6, 2022
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WSPNs Tess Alongi and Lucy Grasso discuss the Red Soxs struggles during the 2022 season.
Warrior Weekly: Downfall of the Red Sox
Tess Alongi and Lucy Grasso May 12, 2022
Senior captain Ryan MacDonald strategically moves past his opponent and tries to get closer to the goal. The team has been consistently standing up for each other, and weve done an outstanding job of really becoming a team and doing whatever it takes for the team to succeed.
Boys lacrosse falls to Concord-Carlisle
Sasha Libenzon May 10, 2022
Lisa McNamara runs down the sideline as she coaches her player with the ball. Although McNamara is the new girls varsity soccer coach, she coached last season for the girls JV team. “I expect 100% effort on the field, working hard, respecting the game, coaches and administration,” McNamara said.
Newest additions to the WHS athletic staff
Abby Raftery April 29, 2022
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The image above is Junior Rachel Yans latest piece, a charcoal still life. Rachels piece is based on a bust statue in Ms. Latimers art room, something that students often use as a reference.The still life process is fun, its a lot of experimentation and trial and error, Yan says.
May's Artist of the Month: Rachel Yan
Kris Poole-Evans May 13, 2022
Senior Andrew Boyer and junior Charlotte Richter exit the doors of the North building and walk their way to the orange carpet, showing off their attire.
WHS slays the orange carpet
Talia Macchi May 12, 2022
Massachusetts Amazing Emerging Artists held an art competition where students from all over the state could submit their work to be judged. Wayland High School had five student participants, four of which won awards for their work.
Achievers of the MAEA
Hallie Luo and Aimee Smith May 12, 2022
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