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  • Construction has begun on the WHS turf, tennis courts, and softball field
  • Student council voting to occur on Wednesday June 12 and Thursday June 13 in the Commons throughout all lunches
  • Advisory to change next year: meet multiple times a week, only grade-based
  • Nicole Haghdoust selected for the World Language Department Chair position in place of Melissa Bryant
  • Sean Gass, head of Upper School at the Salem Academy Charter School, to replace Ethan Dolleman as assistant principal

Part II: Mandated Test Recollection

Part II: Mandated Test Recollection

Kevin Wang

March 19, 2019

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

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

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.

POWER Club educates WHS during Black History Month

POWER Club educates WHS during Black History Month

Alex Janoff and Isabella Arenas

March 1, 2019

Throughout the month of February, people living in America celebrate Black History Month, in which people learn about African American history and celebrate the achievements of African Americans. Instead of letting it slip under the radar, the WHS POWER Club is working with the administration to bring...

Peter Wolff: You won’t have this kind of opportunity later in life

Peter Wolff: You won’t have this kind of opportunity later in life

Alex Janoff

February 13, 2019

While a majority of the class of 2018 wrapped up their first semester in college and recently returned home for the holidays, graduate Peter Wolff returned home from Thailand, where he spent the past four months studying Muay Thai, a popular martial art in Southeast Asia. Wolff began studying M...

Hannah Roberge: Studying abroad can be a life altering decision

Hannah Roberge: Studying abroad can be a life altering decision

Joyce Wu

February 13, 2019

As most college students begin their second semester on campus, Class of 2018 graduate Hannah Roberge will begin her first. Roberge took advantage of Colby College’s Global Entry Semester Program and traveled to Salamanca, Spain to study at the Universidad de Salamanca for her first semester o...

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