• November 30WHSTE to host drive-in family movie night in the Claypit Hill parking lot on Thursday, Dec. 17 and Friday, Dec. 18
  • November 30WHS confirms sixth positive case of COVID-19 on Sunday, Nov. 29
  • 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 5Freshmen guidance seminars to begin on Wed. Oct. 7
  • October 5Mayor Marty Walsh announced that Boston has reentered the red category of COVID-19 infections as of Oct. 2
  • October 5Hybrid learning scheduled to begin on Oct. 19

Wayland Student Press

Betsy Gavron chosen as new middle school principal

Betsy Gavron, the new principal of the Wayland Middle School (Credit: Jonathan Chen / WSPN)
Jonathan Chen April 8, 2010

The Wayland Public Schools system has chosen current Wayland Middle School Vice Principal Betsy Gavron to take on the position of principal of the middle school. Gavron will replace John Kaveleski,...

Delaney honored with memorial travel award

Kevin Delaney is the history department head at Wayland High, and was recently honored with a travel grant
Alie Perkus April 5, 2010

“I was proud and honored and surprised all at the same time,” said Kevin Delaney, the Wayland High School Social Studies department head. Delaney won the twenty-third Mary Johnson Travelship Award,...

NY suicide prompts cyber-bullying awareness

Wayland students pay their respects to Alexis Pilkington by joining Facebook pages and by wearing green to school on April 1st. The 17-year-old Long Island native committed suicide in her family's home after months of cyberbullying.
Alie Perkus March 30, 2010

By all accounts, 17-year-old Alexis Skye Pilkington had a bright future ahead of her. An intelligent student, with close friends, and a soccer scholarship for college, Pilkington had a zest for life...

UPDATE: Voluntary evacuation of Pelham Island Rd. (29 photos)

UPDATE: Voluntary evacuation of Pelham Island Rd. (29 photos)
Elizabeth Doyon March 30, 2010

[monoslideshow id=27] Voluntary evacuation of Pelham Island Road Residents of Pelham Island Road near Wayland's Town Center were encouraged to evacuate their homes last night due to serious flooding....

Coach Parseghian talks Senior Show censorship

Acts such as the strip tease are carefully restricted by the administration. (Credit: David Ryan/WSPN)
Avery Salitsky March 17, 2010

Every year in mid-March, the seniors put on the highly anticipated Senior Show, and every year students can expect to see drama on and off the stage. The show has a reputation for poking fun at underclassmen....

UPDATED: Flooded roads continue to cause traffic (47 Photos)

UPDATED: Flooded roads continue to cause traffic (47 Photos)
David Ryan March 17, 2010

[monoslideshow id=26] Rain causes delays, closes main roads in Wayland Route 20 is slowly starting to open after being closed since Monday. Severe rain has caused major flooding in many areas in town,...

Business students travel to Mexico (29 Photos)

Business students travel to Mexico (29 Photos)
Gifford Delle February 24, 2010

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Tutwiler: limited parking to be available next year

At the end of the school year the current student parking lots and one faculty lot will close to as the land is prepped to pave the way towards a new high school building. (Credit: David Ryan/WSPN)
Basil Halperin February 24, 2010

At a meeting with parents and students this Tuesday, Principal Patrick Tutwiler unveiled plans for limited parking next year: roughly 130 spots for an estimated 195 senior drivers. Earlier this year,...

Winter Week: Convicted murderer tells students to consider actions carefully

Winter Week: Convicted murderer tells students to consider actions carefully
Basil Halperin February 10, 2010

It was the failure to stop and think on that fateful day, nearly 17 years ago, that Gator Collet says he regrets every time he wakes up. Collet, aged 16 at the time, was one of three teens convicted...

Junior wins investment essay award

Junior Ben Shelton accepts the
Kruti Vora February 10, 2010

[adrotate group="12"] Junior Ben Shelton was awarded a first place trophy from InvestWrite, a statewide essay competition,  in a surprise presentation in Mr. Gavron's Stocks class on Monday morning. InvestWrite,...

Mock Trial wins first two trials

Wayland Mock Trial members Andrea Tempesta and Bridget Smith rehearse under the guidance of attorney-coach Howie Lenow. (Credit: Shensi Ding/WSPN)
Shensi Ding February 8, 2010

Last Wednesday, on February 3rd, the Wayland Mock Trial team went to Waltham City District Court for their second preliminary trial. Wayland won by 2 points, at 105 to 103, against Gann Academy's Mock...

HSBC outlines student parking details and roadmap for construction

Current student and faculty parking longs on the west side of campus will be walled off next year as construction on the new high school building begins. (Credit: David Ryan/WSPN)
Matthew Gutschenritter February 4, 2010

Over 75 students piled into L1 on Wednesday, as a part of Winter Week, to hear about the development of the new high school plan and the future of student parking. The session was led by Lea Anderson,...

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