Wayland Student Press

  • Laura Cole, LSRHS guidance counselor, is chosen as next assistant principal of WHS

  • Wayland recognized as a Best Community for Music Education by NAMM for 10th straight year

  • WSPN to host final SAT practice test fundraiser on April 6

  • Junior Kyle Chen places third in national piano competition

  • WHSTE's "Pronoun" qualifies for state finals at Old John Hancock Hall

  • Retirement party for Happy Hollow Principal Jim Lee on June 6, send favorite memories to [email protected]

  • Class of 2021 selects the Hyatt Regency Boston as next year's prom venue

  • Class of 2022 runs mattress fundraiser

  • CAPA a cappella concert to be held at 7:30 p.m. on April 6

  • Seniors Lauren Campbell, Eric McGonagle, Myle Larsen to host Progressive Dinner on March 30

Part II: Mandated Test Recollection

Part II: Mandated Test Recollection

Kevin Wang

March 19, 2019


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The teacher practice of mandated test recollection brought the School Committee/teacher relationship to the forefront. Yet months after its resolution, nearly all involved actors agree that several misconceptions about the topic have arisen, particularly regarding the central office's intervention.

Part III: School Start Times

Part III: School Start Times

Kevin Wang

March 19, 2019


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A possible gap between school and central office employees widened after overwhelming teacher dissent at a school start times change and the subsequent decision to move forward with that change.

Part I: People & Relationships

Part I: People & Relationships

Kevin Wang

March 18, 2019


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Students, teachers, administrators, central office members and School Committee members all occupy Wayland’s 15.91 square miles, but the changes that happen and the forces that drive those changes can be lost without proper clarification.

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