• 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

Katherine Kim

Katherine Kim, Features Editor

Katherine Kim, Class of 2022, is a features editor and second year reporter for WSPN. She plays for the high school’s volleyball team. Outside of school, she enjoys shopping, traveling, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.

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The differences in room temperature throughout WHS have been bothersome among a lot of students and faculty members, sometimes even affecting the students’ work and focus during class. “[The extreme room temperature] can mess with the students’ focus. When it is too hot, they have a hard time staying awake and it’s definitely difficult for them to focus,” history teacher Ellen Cheeseman-Meyer said.

Bi-polar climate hits WHS

December 11, 2019
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