• April 12WSPN wins NSPA Online Pacemaker Award
  • March 21WSPN wins 2021 Gold Crown Award from the CSPA
  • March 11WHS to go back to fully in-person school on Tuesday, April 27.
  • January 21Order your 2021 yearbook! Use the link https://www.yearbookordercenter.com
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2020-2021 school year

Wayland Student Press

Say Cheese food truck visits Lavin’s Liquors (video)

Gabe Likerman and Garrett Spooner May 5, 2021

For the past couple of months, Lavin's Liquors has hosted multiple food trucks to their store parking lot. One of the more popular trucks is Say Cheese, a truck that primarily sells different types of...

After gaining some yardage for the Warriors, junior Adam Goodfellow is tackled by a defender.

Wayland football endures a close defeat against Acton-Boxborough

Lauren Medeiros and Emily Staiti May 3, 2021

The Wayland Warrior football team took on Acton-Boxborough in a home consolation match on a rainy Friday night on April 16. After the first half, the Warriors were down by a few touchdowns and later in...

Football falls to Cambridge Rindge and Latin

Football falls to Cambridge Rindge and Latin

Kate Clifford and Kaitlyn Mabe April 29, 2021

On Friday, April 3, the Wayland Warriors took the field facing Cambridge Rindge and Latin. After a close fight between the Warriors and the Falcons, Wayland was defeated 42-48. “I want these last games...

Students walk into the building as school starts. Today marked the first day of both cohorts returning to school.

WHS finds joy in reuniting after 411 days apart (video)

Remmi Shaw, Kaitlyn Mabe, and Kate Clifford April 27, 2021

On Tuesday, April 27, Wayland High School transitioned to full-time in-person learning after their week-long April break. This transition comes after spending just over six months in a hybrid learning...

Students and staff congregate outside before the start to the school day. Many got to school as early as 7:50 to try and avoid traffic.

WHS returns to all-in school (gallery)

WSPN Staff April 27, 2021

On Tuesday, April 27, WHS students returned to all-in school, five days a week, for the first time since March 12, 2020. Students celebrated the day with class activities, a senior breakfast and group...

The players gather in the middle of the court and celebrate a point. The team has a celebratory custom in which the players imitate a blocking form when a block scores a point.

Girls volleyball smashes a win against Cambridge Ridge & Latin on Senior Night

The girls volleyball team brought in a win at their final home game against Cambridge Ridge & Latin with a closing score of 3-0. Following the game, the team came together for a ceremony to celebrate...

Senior Will Carr celebrates for his winning of the warrior helmet for that game. By showing all his effort and scoring two touchdowns while continuing to play strong defense, Carr earned this honor of receiving the helmet.

Football crushes Bedford in a revenge game

Lauren Medeiros and Emily Staiti April 16, 2021

The Wayland football team battled the Bedford Buccaneers on Mar. 26 and won with a final score of 38-7. There was also a large fan section, including many students who participated in a whiteout to show...

Senior Jenna Brandaleone, junior Lauren Medeiros, sophomore Renata Maza and freshmen Josee Sherman and Julia DeGrenier sprint the 55-meter dash. Medeiros came out with the fastest time for the girls 55-meter.

Winter track competes in an inter-squad meet

Alexina McQuilkin April 8, 2021

The WHS winter track team had their first inter-squad meet on March 24. Events taking place during this meet were the 55-meter hurdle, one mile, 55-meter dash, 1000, 600, 300, two-mile and 4-x-800 meter...

North Quincy breaks through Wayland's defense, while senior quarterback Luke Tacelli gets rid of the ball. His teammates ran the play up the field, but Tacelli made a rushed pass due to a break in the offensive line.

Football maintains winning streak with a victory against North Quincy

Kate Clifford, Kaitlyn Mabe, and Emily Staiti April 7, 2021

After defeating Boston Latin the week prior, the Warriors took the field to face North Quincy on Saturday, March 20. Keeping their undefeated record, the Warriors defeated North Quincy 20-0, maintaining...

Sean Chase's Advanced Placement US history class has 22 students in it. In April, when the school goes all-in, larger classes will have to make the biggest adjustment to their rooms in order to learn safely.

Classroom Capacity: March 22-26

Emily Staiti and Lauren Medeiros April 5, 2021

Wayland High School continues to navigate through hybrid learning with two cohorts, but change is coming at the end of April. When the Wayland Public Schools decided to return to all-in learning, plans...

After winning the serve, the players jump together to celebrate Wayland's point gain.

Girls volleyball defeats Weston in home opener

Kaitlyn Mabe March 31, 2021

  As the girl's volleyball team begins their season, they defeat Weston 3-2 in an annual match-up, starting off their season with a win under their belt. After their first matchup being canceled...

After scoring a touchdown, senior Will Carr celebrates as his teammates run up to him. During the game, Carr scored the second touchdown for the Warriors and continued to help gain yards.

Football prevails over Waltham in a season opening scrimmage

Lauren Medeiros and Kaitlyn Mabe March 26, 2021

On Saturday, March 6, the Wayland football team crushed Waltham during a pre-season scrimmage on the Warrior's home turf. The Warriors worked out in the weight room and practiced on the turf for months,...

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