• January 10Classes will dismiss for break the week of Monday, Feb. 21 and will resume Monday, Feb. 28
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2021-2022 school year
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The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

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Wayland Student Press

The new testing schedule for the final two weeks on quarter two.
Breaking News: Midterms Canceled
Tess Alongi January 12, 2022
News Brief
News Brief: New quarantine protocols
Tess Alongi January 10, 2022
In the weekly series, “In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Tess Alongi summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN articles.
ICYMI: Week of January 2 - New COVID-19 protocols, boys hockey win and the definition of "woke"
Tess Alongi January 10, 2022
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Junior exchange student Anna Guthmann and sophomore Miguel Kast Puga moved to Wayland in the middle of Aug. from countries outside of North America. The bottom image shows Kast Puga standing with his dad in Santiago, Chile, and the top right photo shows him with a friend. The top left image is from Guthmanns school in Munich, Germany. Both have had to adjust to the new environment, academics and language change. “On my first day of school, a lot of people came up to me and introduced themselves,” Guthmann said. “It was really fun.”
Transfer students adjust to their life in America
Sasha Libenzon December 16, 2021
The tree decorated by local girl scout troop at the Grout-Heard House. The Grout-Head House was the first stop along the annual Holiday Open-House hosted by a collaborative of town organizations.
Local organizations host town's annual Holiday Open House
Joanna Barrow and Emily Chafe December 15, 2021
On Tuesday, Nov. 23, the Alliance Club hosted Anonymous Ask, an event in the auditorium where WHS students asked panelists about sex, gender, relationships and many other topics. The event was held entirely in the dark, except for lights on the panelists, to use anonymity as encouragement for students to ask questions that they otherwise may feel too awkward or uncomfortable to ask. I definitely feel that there’s a big need [for this event],” librarian assistant and co-advisor of Alliance Kassie Wright said. For one, this school teaches abstinence, which is great and I definitely think is good, but we also have to be realistic and know that there are kids who are going to be practicing sex and this is a way to teach them safe sex, safe gender, safe things about their relationships [and] any type of thing that they may not have known.
Alliance Club hosts "Anonymous Ask"
Emily Chafe, Kally Proctor, and Reva Datar December 13, 2021
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Sophomore Giovanni Sebastianelli flys through the 600 meter at a meet located at Boston University. “I am so glad we are starting track meets again because after training, its nice to compete against other athletes,” senior captain Lauren Medeiros said. Sebastianelli was able to obtain a new personal record during this race, along with many of his teammates. This was Waylands first meet of the season.
Back on track: Indoor competition resumes this season
Talia Macchi January 15, 2022
WSPNs Luke Caples highlights the three leaders in the NFL MVP race, with a couple familiar faces appearing.
Warrior Weekly: NFL MVP race
Luke Caples January 13, 2022
Senior Anjali Patel prepares to shoot a free throw. The entire game was full of fouls, leading to many opportunities. In the end, Wayland lost 41-28 against Bedford.
Game Recap: Wayland girls basketball loses home opener
Bella Schreiber January 11, 2022
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Join Sports Editor Dante Coppola as he reviews the latest and most popular in music albums.
Dante's Discography: Donda Deluxe Update
Dante Coppola January 14, 2022
In the latest installment of “Bryn’s Books,” junior guest writer Bryn Leonard reviews “Crime and Punishment” and details the most prominent factors of the novel.
Bryn's Books: "Crime and Punishment"
Bryn Leonard January 5, 2022
A form was sent out to Wayland High School asking about favorite winter pastimes. Here are the recommendations of WSPNs Tina Su and Selena Liu.
Top 10 things to do this winter
Selena Liu and Tina Su December 21, 2021
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