• 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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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

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 article. News: WSPN’s Kally Proctor and Staff...

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

After the recent increase in COVID-19 cases, Wayland Public Schools has returned to a mask mandate until at least the end of the week, when the district COVID-19 numbers can be reviewed. This mask mandate...

The Annual Wayland Town Meeting is a meeting where residents vote on 32 important matters in our town. The meeting will take place on Saturday, May 14 at Wayland High School.

What You Need To Know About The Annual Wayland Town Meeting

Aditya Weling, Gabe Likerman, and Andrew Hiebert May 14, 2022

Wayland will have their annual on Saturday, May 14, 2022. The meeting will be held at the Wayland High School Turf. There are 32 articles that will be voted on at this meeting, but below are the three...

Wayland community members elect representatives for town office positions.

Breaking News: May 10 town election results

Nadya Chase May 10, 2022

From 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10, members of the Wayland community voted on representatives for different office positions. These positions included the Board of Selectmen, School Committee, Board...

Weekly Breakdown Episode 53: Increasing Covid-19 cases and Town Meeting

Weekly Breakdown Episode 53: Increasing Covid-19 cases and Town Meeting

Abby Raftery, Lucy Grasso, and Morgen Warner May 10, 2022

wspn · Weekly Breakdown Episode 53: Increasing Covid-19 Cases and Town Meeting In this weekly podcast, WSPN reporters Lucy Grasso, Morgen Warner and Abby Raftery break down each week’s Wayland news...

A flier in the commons promotes the Red Sox ticket draw fundraiser put on by the Class of 2025. “Our mentality was, if we have the opportunity to fundraise more, lets just [do it],” Class of 2025 President Reva Datar said. “The more we earn this first year, the more we can invest in our class events, and we can make those more memorable, exciting and fun.”

News Brief: Class of 2025 holds Red Sox ticket draw fundraiser

Alyssa Ao May 9, 2022

The class of 2025 officers and executive board will host a draw from Monday, May 9 to Friday, May 20, where a single winner will receive five tickets to the July 6 Red Sox vs. Rays game at Fenway Park....

WSPN interviewed school committee candidates Craig Gruber and Erin Gibbons.

Get to know the school committee candidates

Mischa Lee and Kally Proctor May 9, 2022

WSPN interviewed school committee candidates Craig Gruber and Erin Gibbons to discuss their motivations behind running for school committee, their priorities for our town's education, and the changes they...

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 2 – Prom, end-of-year stress and Abby Stoller’s journey with MS

Nadya Chase May 9, 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 article. News: WSPN’s Sasha Libenzon shared...

After prom on April 30, the Class of 2022 continues to enjoy their night at Late Night, the prom afterparty hosted by a group of parents. Late Night had food, drinks and games. “Late Night was super fun,” senior Lucas Pralle said. “I think we were all a little bit tired by halfway through Late Night, but the experience was very positive.”

Wayland brings back Late Night after a two year hiatus

Tina Su May 7, 2022

As the senior prom came to an end on April 30, many students returned to Wayland High School for an afterparty. The students headed to Late Night, a prom afterparty hosted in the WHS field house by a group...

The Wayland Recreation Department plans to build a new field in the Loker Conservation and Recreation Area. The fields will be discussed during the town meeting on May 14.

Loker fields back in the spotlight with town meeting vote

Ari Zukerman May 7, 2022

After a moratorium banning turf fields was set in order in October of 2021, the push for a new grass field in the Loker Conservation and Recreation Area has returned. There will be a vote held on election...

A poster created by junior Olivia Rubin encourages students to vote in the Regional Student Advisory Council (RSAC) Election on April 14. Posters were placed outside the Media Center and main office in the days preceding the election. “It is my hope that the student body in general feels more represented knowing that Wayland High School students are voting members of [the RSAC] and are active committee members working on policy issues,” history teacher Eva Urban said. “Knowing that that voice is there makes us feel, I think, represented.”

WHS elects Regional Student Advisory Council (RSAC) representatives

Alyssa Ao May 5, 2022

Juniors Serena Field and Declan Murphy were elected to the Regional Student Advisory Council (RSAC) to act as representatives from Wayland High School. The election was held on Thursday, April 14 and results...

WHS class of 2022 commit to colleges, and share their experience regarding their admission process. Just try your best, honestly, senior Ali Baron said. Getting rejected sucks, but its not the end of the world. Youll find a place that will be great for you, even if its not your first choice.

And they’re off: Class of 2022 college admissions

Katya Luzarraga and Nadya Chase May 4, 2022

As the class of 2022 approaches the end of their high school journey, college acceptance and rejection letters trickle in and seniors are faced with the reality of committing to one college. While some...

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