• 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

WSPN's Garrett Spooner breaks down the favorites to win the 2021 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

Warrior Weekly: March Madness favorites going into the final stretch of the regular season

Garrett Spooner February 26, 2021

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is slated to begin on Thursday, March 18, just over a year from when the sports world, including the 2020 March Madness tournament, was shut down due to COVID-19....

Healthy Living Episode 11: Athlete Interview with Julia Wegerbauer

Healthy Living Episode 11: Athlete Interview with Julia Wegerbauer

Deirdre Brown, Ellie Smith, and Jacqueline Cahaly February 25, 2021

In this revamped podcast, health and lifestyle editor Deirdre Brown and reporter Ellie Smith discuss the the life of a high school athlete and the college recruitment process with WHS athletes. wspn...

Miriam Morrison's first grade students at Happy Hollow Elementary play with homemade instruments during a remote lesson. WSPN's Genevieve Morrison discusses the benefits of sending students like these back to school four days a week.

Opinion: Elementary schoolers should go to school four days a week

Genevieve Morrison February 22, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for all students, but elementary schoolers have had unique experiences and struggles this year. With this in mind, Wayland Public Schools have decided that kindergarteners...

WSPN's Julia Raymond takes a deeper look at poet and activist Amanda Gorman's Inauguration Day speech and the inspiration it provided to the entire world.

Opinion: Amanda Gorman is both our inspiration and our future

Julia Raymond February 19, 2021

There were many high profile performers on this year's Inauguration Day, but there was one lesser-known one, Amanda Gorman. Gorman is a Harvard graduate who was the first person to be named National Youth...

In the latest installment of ABC, American Born Chinese, reporter Jonathan Zhang talks about the importance of Chinese New Year and what it means to Chinese students.

ABC: Chinese New Year

Jonathan Zhang February 12, 2021

New Years feels like it was a while ago, doesn’t it? But for many Chinese students and the most populated country in the world, New Years is right around the corner. This is a time bursting with ornate...

In this latest installment of Politipress, WSPN's Emily Roberge discusses how President Joe Biden has spent his beginning days in office addressing the climate crisis.

Opinion: Biden’s first days display an urgent need for climate control

Emily Roberge February 11, 2021

As President Joe Biden best put it, "We've waited too long, and we cannot wait any longer." On Jan. 20, Biden took charge as the 46th president of the United States. The new president faces many challenges,...

Healthy Living Episode 10: Zach Mittelsteadt

Healthy Living Episode 10: Zach Mittelsteadt

Deirdre Brown, Jacqueline Cahaly, and Ellie Smith February 5, 2021

In this revamped podcast, health and lifestyle editor Deirdre Brown and reporter Ellie Smith discuss the life of a high school athlete and the college recruitment process with WHS athletes. wspn ·...

WSPN's Dante Coppola discusses the top available quarterbacks and potential landing spots this NFL offseason.

Warrior Weekly: Best available quarterbacks this offseason and potential landing spots

Dante Coppola February 5, 2021

With only the Super Bowl standing between now and the offseason, talk of what could potentially go down has started. Many disgruntled quarterbacks have requested trades, with others potentially joining...

Travel Safety: Two Sides of the Argument

Travel Safety: Two Sides of the Argument

Julia Raymond and Izzy Poole-Evans February 1, 2021

In this side-by-side opinion series, staff writers Julia Raymond and Isabelle Poole look into traveling in the age of coronavirus to consider whether it's acceptable to do right now or not.

Healthy Living Episode 9: Athlete Interview with Ella L'Esperance

Healthy Living Episode 9: Athlete Interview with Ella L’Esperance

Deirdre Brown, Jacqueline Cahaly, and Ellie Smith January 28, 2021

In this revamped podcast, health and lifestyle editor Deirdre Brown and reporter Ellie Smith discuss the the life of a high school athlete and the college recruitment process with WHS athletes. wspn...

WSPN’s Jonathan Zhang reflects on not having midterms this year and the benefits of such a development for student mental health.

Opinion: The miracle of missing midterms

Jonathan Zhang January 27, 2021

It’s that time of year again: midyear exams. In any normal year, my stress levels would be at an all time high. I would normally be surrounded by piles of binders filled to the brim with mountains of...

WSPN's Max Brande and Jimmy Paugh discuss and analyze the 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship game.

Warrior Weekly: Reflection on College Football National Championship Game

Max Brande and Jimmy Paugh January 26, 2021

Going into the National Championship game, Bear Bryant and Nick Saban, both Alabama coaches, were tied for the most National Championships won as a head coach with six wins. After the Alabama Crimson Tide...

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