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Retiring faculty and staff leave behind long-lasting legacies

Retiring faculty and staff leave behind long-lasting legacies

Anna Gabriel and Heather Lee

June 1, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Photo Galleries, Showcase

As the end of the year approaches, students at WHS prepare to say goodbye to some of their favorite teachers. After decades of teaching, faculty members including math teacher Larry Davidson, English teacher and theatre director John Minigan, technology integration specialist Mary O’Brien, janitor Tony Le...

Students await upcoming June Academy China trip

Students await upcoming June Academy China trip

Charlie Marchiony, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018


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Since its inception last year, June Academy has been the perfect time for WHS students to travel abroad. Last year, students traveled to countries such as China, Cuba, and South Africa. While other domestic and international trips are held throughout the year, China remains this year as the sole international...

Teachers respond positively to new start time

Adi Saligrama, News Editor

May 30, 2018


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In late February the school committee announced that it had passed a resolution to implement a delayed start time for next year. Among the most significant changes to the schedule is that the first period will now start at 8:45 a.m., compared to 7:35 a.m. this year. Homeroom will also be eliminated in...

Spring Fling brings community together

Spring Fling brings community together

Casey Friedman and Heather Lee

May 10, 2018


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On one of the sunniest days this year, the Town Green was bustling with activity, music, and laughter as the annual Spring Fling took place on April 30. WHS students worked various stations throughout the day, bringing smiles to kids’ faces and relief to busy parents. This annual fundraisin...

WHS students take a stand against gun violence

WHS students take a stand against gun violence

Conor McCoy, Staff Writer

May 4, 2018


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As a result of several recent shootings, students around the country are saying that they have had enough and are taking matters into their own hands. Following the lead of the Stoneman Douglas High School students, young adults all around the nation, including those at WHS, decided that enough was enough...

Boys Varsity Tennis looks to take another state championship

Boys Varsity Tennis looks to take another state championship

Matthew Garfinkel, Sports Editor

April 11, 2018


Filed under About Us, News, Sports

Flashing back to spring 2017, the Weston Boys Varsity tennis team watched closely as sophomore third singles player Alex Chaoul played the championship clinching match. With Chaoul’s eventual victory, the team took home the division 3 championship trophy. In the shadow of this win, the Weston Boys Va...

ASU assembly highlights the diversity of Asian Americans

ASU assembly highlights the diversity of Asian Americans

Alina Hachigian, Co-Editor-In-Chief

April 5, 2018


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On April 6th, the WHS ASU club will be hosting its annual all school assembly. Similar to assemblies in the past, this event has a specific theme under the broad category of highlighting the achievements of Asian Americans. “We're trying to do a more positive spin and look at the contributions of Asi...

New Orleans service trip success

Sarah Augustine, Staff Writer

March 26, 2018


Filed under About Us, News

  Thirteen years ago in the heart of Louisiana, a natural disaster of monstrous proportions overtook the city of New Orleans. Hurricane Katrina sent many into poverty, causing the loss of homes, possessions, and even stranding people in the streets. Over a decade later, the city is still reco...

Original play tackles issues with technology

Original play tackles issues with technology

Heather Lee, Arts and Entertainment Editor

March 1, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

Theatrics and online gaming will collide in WHS Theater Company’s original winter show Player by Proxy this Friday. Following the story of three siblings, the play will explore how technology affects the way people interact and communicate with others. Over the years, the Theater Company [T. Co] has cove...

Course scheduling system challenges students to push their boundaries

Course scheduling system challenges students to push their boundaries

Adi Saligrama, News Editor

February 13, 2018


Filed under About Us, News

Every March, WHS students make tough decisions to take certain classes at the expense of others. Due to WHS’s small grade sizes, many have difficulties taking all of the courses they request because of scheduling conflicts. Yet, many of these students have positive experiences from the alternative...

Massive turnout at 2nd Annual Macbreakfast

Massive turnout at 2nd Annual Macbreakfast

Alex Chaoul, Editor

January 17, 2018


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          The second annual “Macbreakfast” hosted by the Weston High School English department featured 10th grade student projects on the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare. This project is very different from the typical analytical essay, in which students f...

Senior District results

November 30, 2017


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24 WHS students were accepted to play at the Eastern District Senior Festival on November 18th. Weston was one of the top schools in terms of number of students who got into the Festival. The top half of accepted students were also given all-state recommendations.  Alexandra Carpenter (violin) Grace Carter...

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