STEM expo: sustainability has a central role

From April, 2017 (The Wellesley Townsman) During the April 8 third annual STEM Expo at Wellesley High School, students and residents showcased nearly 100 exhibits covering various aspects of STEM such as robots, technology and engineering innovation, coding, environmental education, chemistry, physics, mathematics and biology. The event, run by the Wellesley Education Foundation, also featured... Continue Reading →

Wellesley High School’s former Green Team is now the Climate Action Club

From November, 2016 (Wellesley Townsman) The environmental awareness community at Wellesley High School entered this school year with the intention to change the culture of their society. What was once known as the high school’s Green Team is now Wellesley High School’s Climate Action Club. With a new name and mindset, the club transitioned its... Continue Reading →

Responding to the swastika

From December, 2017 (The Bradford) “I shouldn’t have to write about this.” That was my initial reaction to hearing the news on a Friday night two weeks ago, when principal Dr. Jamie Chisum wrote a somber email to families and faculty reporting that a student at the high school had drawn a swastika in a... Continue Reading →

New high school intramural program to begin this fall

From September, 2017  Students returning to high school after a long summer break is a time met with excitement for a strong year, but it also brings back stressful situations. One non-profit group in Wellesley, however, plans to continue their work promoting positive actions to combat those stressful feelings. This fall, Wellesley High School introduced... Continue Reading →

HHU Update: No 24 section school

From November, 2016 (The Bradford) With the HHU Master Planning Committee slowly finishing its research to best shape the town’s elementary schools for upcoming decades, the MPC has finalized its options for choosing which schools the town will renovate, close, or build. The MPC has narrowed project proposals down and will formally recommend their construction... Continue Reading →

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