• January 28Send an e-Valentine at https://whsarts.org/valentine to support CAPA
  • January 28Winter Week to begin on Monday, Feb. 1
  • January 21Order your 2021 yearbook! Use the link https://www.yearbookordercenter.com
  • January 4Quarter 2 to end on Jan. 29, 2021
  • November 2Gov. Charlie Baker issues new 10 P.M. - 5 A.M. curfew for all Massachusetts residents starting on Friday, Nov. 6
  • October 16Students can now purchase their parking passes for $100
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2020-2021 school year
  • October 5Mayor Marty Walsh announced that Boston has reentered the red category of COVID-19 infections as of Oct. 2

Wayland Student Press

Employees at Wayland's Dudley Chateau and the Villa were graciously tipped $500 on Friday, Feb. 5 as part of the famous trend, the Venmo Challenge.

The Venmo Challenge surprises two lucky Wayland restaurants

Tess Alongi February 27, 2021

Since the start of the pandemic, over 204 million videos have been made on TikTok with the hashtag “Venmo Challenge,” a challenge in which someone gifts a substantial tip to their server at a restaurant....

It's currently unknown what the 2021-2022 school year will look like at Wayland High School. However, many students and staff are optimistic about restrictions being lifted. Many crucial factors, such as the vaccine have played a role in this hopefulness of returning to normalcy. “I think [the vaccine] is going to be a relatively big effect just because vaccines allow us to protect the people who are most vulnerable, and just generally kind of prevent larger scale spread,” junior Lily Noyes said.

Student and faculty’s COVID-19 predictions for the next school year

Delia Caulfield February 26, 2021

Proving time and time again to be like no other, this past year has many students questioning whether the restrictions associated with COVID-19 will carry into future years. With that, students hold differing...

Weekly Breakdown Episode 17: February break and Fall II Sports

Weekly Breakdown Episode 17: February break and Fall II Sports

Ellie Smith, Deirdre Brown, and Jacqueline Cahaly February 23, 2021

In this weekly podcast, WSPN reporters Ellie Smith, Deirdre Brown and Jackie Cahaly break down each week’s news in a timely manner to keep you in the know. wspn · Weekly Breakdown Episode 17: February...

In the weekly series, “In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Taylor McGuire summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN articles.

ICYMI: Week of February 8- FBI, Chinese New Year, climate control

Taylor McGuire February 15, 2021

In the weekly series, “In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Taylor McGuire summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN article. News: Staff reporters Sophia Oppenheim...

Natick resident Suzanne Ianni holds her hand up as she is inside the Capitol Building. On Jan. 6, 2021 Ianni participated in the mob alongside Trump supporters that rioted inside the Capitol Building.

Natick resident arrested by FBI for involvement in Capitol riots

Tess Alongi and Sophia Oppenheim February 12, 2021

In Wayland’s neighboring town of Natick, FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force arrested Suzanne Ianni on Jan. 19, 2021. She was taken into custody for protesting at the Capitol Building on Jan. 6. Ianni is...

Weekly Breakdown Episode 16: Quarter 3 And COVID-19 Testing

Weekly Breakdown Episode 16: Quarter 3 And COVID-19 Testing

Deirdre Brown, Ellie Smith, and Jacqueline Cahaly February 9, 2021

In this weekly podcast, WSPN’s reporters Ellie Smith, Deirdre Brown and Jackie Cahaly break down each week’s news in a timely manner to keep you in the know. wspn · Weekly Breakdown 16: Quarter...

In the weekly series, “In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Taylor McGuire summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN articles.

ICYMI: Week of February 1- Traveling, snow days, potato mystery

Taylor McGuire February 8, 2021

In the weekly series, “In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Taylor McGuire summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN article. News: Staff reporter Brasen Chi looked...

Following the suspicious appearance of two baked potatoes on the Wayland Public Library lawn, Library Director Sandy Raymond shared a social media post that quickly gained national attention from Stephen Colbert's 'The Late Show.'

Potato mystery sparks national coverage

Genevieve Morrison and Charlotte Thirman February 4, 2021

In the early hours on Thursday, Jan. 14, Wayland Public Library Library Director Sandy Raymond found two baked potatoes outside the library. This puzzling appearance has sparked confusion amongst the Wayland...

Weekly Breakdown Episode 15: WHS Winter Week and Winter Storm

Weekly Breakdown Episode 15: WHS Winter Week and Winter Storm

Deirdre Brown, Jacqueline Cahaly, and Ellie Smith February 2, 2021

In this weekly podcast, WSPN’s reporters Ellie Smith, Deirdre Brown and Jackie Cahaly break down each week’s Wayland news in a timely manner to keep you in the know. wspn · Weekly Breakdown Episode...

After garnering responses to the remote learning day on Thursday, Dec. 17, Superintendent Arthur Unobskey along with the Wayland School Committee have decided to preserve traditional snow days, but if inclement weather is frequent in the following months then remote learning days are likely in place of the traditional snow days.

News Brief: Wayland superintendent’s update on snow days

Taylor McGuire February 2, 2021

After the decision to make Thursday, Dec. 17 a remote learning day for all students due to inclement weather causing power outages for multiple families, Superintendent Arthur Unobskey along with the Wayland...

Wayland Public Schools will hold a traditional snow day on Tuesday, Feb. 2.  Since this is a traditional snow day rather than a remote learning day, this day will be made up at the end of the year.

BREAKING NEWS: Wayland Public Schools to have a traditional snow day on Tuesday, Feb. 2

Taylor McGuire February 1, 2021

On the evening of Monday, Feb. 1, Wayland Superintendent Arthur Unobskey sent an email out to Wayland families and staff informing them that the Wayland Public Schools will have a traditional snow day...

The Wayland High School Computer Science club comes together to plan for their upcoming hackathon. It will take place on Friday, March 26, and all the planning is completely student run.

WHS Computer Science club plans hackathon

Brasen Chi February 1, 2021

The Wayland High School Computer Science club, led by juniors Eric Xie and Andrew Boyer, is creating its very own virtual "hackathon," an event where many people come together and code. If all goes to...

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