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Seniors going to in- and out-of-state schools.

Seniors choose in-state vs. out-of-state colleges for various reasons

Molly Ross, Editor-in-chief June 1, 2023

   As many WHS seniors plan to go to college after graduating this spring, some have decided to stay in-state while others have decided to enroll in schools across the country. Each student has various...

School committee selects next superintendent

School committee selects next superintendent

June 1, 2023

   After almost two months of surveying, screening, interviewing, and voting, the school committee selected Dr. Karen Zaleski to serve in the position of interim superintendent starting on July 1, 2023.   ...

Retiring teachers leave WHS students with heavy hearts

Declan Funk & Will Cahill, Staff Writers June 1, 2023

   At the end of this year WHS science teachers Janet Kresl-Moffat and Gita Foster are retiring after both having taught for over 30 years. Many students and colleagues will notice the absence of Foster...

Spring Fling and Celebrate Weston come together May 21

Spring Fling and Celebrate Weston come together May 21

Josh Hanson, Writer May 19, 2023

   Weston High School Student Council is hosting the ninth annual Spring Fling, which was originally scheduled for May 20. Due to inclement weather, it has been moved to Sunday, May 21 on the Weston...

Oil drilling site in Alaska.//Photo courtesy of Areta Quazi

Willow Project initiates new conversations about the planet

Areta Quazi, Hard News Editor April 14, 2023

   On Monday, March 13, 2023, the Willow Project, an oil drilling project in Alaska introduced by ConocoPhillips, was approved by the Biden administration. This project’s purpose is to boost production...

Photo//courtesy of Kate Lemons

WEA and school committee continue to negotiate contract

Farrah Zerola , Co-Features Editor April 12, 2023

Note: All information provided by teachers in this article was elicited  by the reporter in interviews on behalf of Wildcat Tracks.      Weston Public School (WPS) teachers have been working...

Assembly Photo Gallery

Assembly Photo Gallery

November 15, 2022


Pumpkinfest flyer

Pumpkinfest offers new and old entertainment

Nevaeh Yancey, Staff Writer October 21, 2022

   This Saturday, October 22, the town green will be filled with excitement from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. as WHS hosts the annual Pumpkinfest with many activities, including some new entertainment groups.     Given...

Students use a phone hotel at the start of class

WHS installs vape detectors and phone hotels

Jack Tutun and Ava Dreyer, Arts & Entertainment Editor and Co-Editor-In-Chief October 11, 2022

For the first time, WHS has added vape detectors in many bathrooms and phone hotels to all classrooms. These changes were finalized over the summer and put into action on the first day of school, sparking...

WHS senior Alcapone Pujouls unlocking the main entrance with an ID access badge.

Administration works on new ID access badges for seniors at WHS

Will Cahill and Sanya Kozinsky, Staff Writers October 3, 2022

Seniors at WHS will soon receive ID access badges in order to enter back into the building after taking advantage of open campus privileges, but will only be able to access it through the front door of...

Sophomore Dwayne Wang wearing his jersey, #33, prior to a game

New WHS policy bans jersey swapping

Declan Funk, Sienna Nino and Neveah Yancey, Staff Writers October 3, 2022

On September 14, 2022, the administration and the athletics director announced a new policy that bans jersey swapping from athletic team members for the foreseeable future.     Recently, there had...

Banker, Monz, and Weaver at work

Retiring faculty share plans for future

Areta Quazi, Staff Writer June 3, 2022

  For some, retirement may seem like only the end of a career, but for WHS educators Peter Banker, John Monz, and Linnea Weaver, retirement will offer a new beginning and an opportunity to try new things,...

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