Wayland Student Press

  • January 13Food services will be open between midterm exam periods for lunch purchases
  • January 13Winter Week talent show signup closes January 16, sign up through google form on student email
  • January 13Interested in FBI & Law Enforcement? On February 20, there will be an opportunity to spend the day with the FBI. Email Dr. Unobskey for details
  • January 13No school on Monday, January 20 for MLK Day
  • January 13Wayland Town Center Panera closes: potentially to be replaced by the Bagel Table
  • January 13Midterm schedule released, see news brief for details
  • September 17View the WHS bell schedules on our site by selecting "WHS Resources" at the top and then "Bells"

About

The Wayland Student Press Network (WSPN) is the online student media network of Wayland High School in Wayland, MA. Content of WSPN has always been published first and exclusively on the Web, focusing on visual communication and interaction with the viewers.

Founded in 2007, WSPN was created with the purpose of raising awareness of school activities and connecting different parts of the community in a central location.

WSPN functions as an accessible, student-run, open public forum. Content is entirely student produced and the site is updated daily. Our mandate is to serve Wayland High School and the greater Wayland area with news that is compelling and unbiased.

Stories are to be published in a variety of reporting formats and on a number of popular digital publishing platforms. WSPN will attempt to continue to advance and innovateĀ  journalism in the digital age.

WSPN now utilizes a customized professional template for its site design. After much debate we decided that content is in-fact king, and that we would be re-focusing our mission from providing an incredible student-designed site, to providing higher caliber content.

WSPN is the winner of numerous national and international awards which are given to top high school and college publications in the nation. After winning the NSPAs Pacemaker Award in its first year, WSPN has continued to garner attention from various media specialists and attain awards from different press associations.

 

Due to its success, WSPN has been able to bring a new journalism course to Wayland High School. Currently, WSPN staff members include journalism students as well as many others from the school community.

 

WSPN receives financial support through advertising, grants, and sponsorship from generous viewers.

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WSPN is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

To learn more about WSPN, check out our FAQ page or contact us.

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