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Wellesley Kindergarten Registration 2014-15 Roundup: Last session March 1, 9am-noon

Time to register for Wellesley Public Schools Kindergarten for the 2014-2015 School Year, for children 5 years of age on or before Aug. 31 , 2014. When:       Saturday, March 1, 2014 from 9am-12pm Where:      Sprague Elementary School Library Kindergarten registration packets are available at the WPS Central Office – 40 Kingsbury Street or Click Here for […]

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Wellesley Public Schools announce early release Thursday

Based on the forecast and road conditions, the Wellesley Public Schools will be dismissing all students early today on the following schedule: Wellesley Middle School at 11:20 am Wellesley High School at 11:30 am Elementary METCO students at 11:30 am All other Elementary at students at 12:15 pm PAWS Preschool at 11:40 am.  There will […]

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WMS says Kung Hei Fat Choy (Happy Chinese New Year)

Wellesley Middle School’s Chinese Culture Club organized a Chinese New Year celebration to promote cultural awareness. Students were invited to try their hand at chopsticks and calligraphy, observe a Kung Fu demonstration and ribbon dancing, watch movies, sample  some food, and other activities.  According to the Chinese zodiac, it’s the Year of the Horse.  Those […]

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Save the Date: Wellesley High School Junior Class Auction to be held March 29

Join the Wellesley High School  Class of 2015 as it holds its Annual Junior Class auction on Saturday March 29 at 7PM at Wellesley High School. This year’s theme “Around the World,” will more than fulfill on that promise. Enjoy global delicacies while you bid on spectacular parent, teacher and student-donated items including a week at magical Chateau de Miserai in […]

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Hunnewell Elementary School adopts hawk as its mascot

Hunnewell Elementary School in Wellesley has adopted the hawk as its school mascot for some reason (Hunnewell Hawk does have a nice ring to it), and students are working together to come up with an official image to put on a flag. We’ve seen many a hawk circling around the school over the years, though […]

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Snowy Wellesley postponements, cancellations begin

From the Superintendent of Schools on Tuesday afternoon: Due to the deteriorating weather conditions, all WPS evening activities and rentals are canceled tonight.  The Redistricting Community Forum originally scheduled for tonight will now be held Thursday evening (1/23) at 7PM in the high school cafeteria. Any further decisions about school tomorrow will be determined early Wednesday morning. […]

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Wellesley school redistricting forums slated

The Wellesley Public School system has released an update on redistricting plans, as presented to the School Committee this week, and is inviting the public to weigh in on each of the next 2 Tuesdays. Superintendent David Lussier says: “Perhaps the most important takeaway from our efforts to date has been to rule out any […]

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