Sunday, May 12, 2013
We have lunch menus for the Field School, Country School, Woodland and Weston Middle.
Students at Weston's schools will be served the following the week of May 13 -17. Nutrition information is available for each day's menu on the Weston Schools website. Menu at Field School: May 13: Popcorn Chicken, Italian Vegetables, Peaches, Scooby Cinnamon Grahams, Milk. May 14: Lasagna Rollup, Whole Wheat Bread Stick, Garden Salad, Strawberry Cup, Milk May 15: Chicken Tenders, Fiesta Corn, Penne & Parm, Seedless Grapes Milk May 16: Domino's Cheese Pizza, Carrot Sticks, Fresh Pear, Milk May 17: Turkey Sub, Hummus & Veggies, Cinnamon Apple Sauce Milk Alternative meal options available daily include: PB & J sandwich with fruit, vegetable and milk; a grilled chicken Caesar salad with fruit and milk; or a bagel and cream cheese with fruit, …
Thursday, December 27, 2012
A look back at the year in Weston school news.
It's that time of year: time to take a look back at the top news stories of the year on Weston Patch. We put the following list together based on stories that were important to you, and the stories with the highest number of readers of school news. Here's what we came up with: We will be posting more top Weston stories of 2012 throughout the week. Weigh in — what do you think some of the top stories of the year were?
Friday, November 2, 2012
Superintendent Cheryl Maloney has sent out a list of adjusted drop-off spots for buses this afternoon.
The roads are clearing up around Weston, but there are still some impassable spots. Superintendent Cheryl Maloney has released a list of adjusted bus routes and drop-off spost for Nov. 2. Below is her note to Weston families: Fortunately, most town roads are now clear. However, ongoing issues with downed wires and trees continue in pockets throughout the Town. We have temporarily modified some bus routes as a result for Friday, based on known conditions as of 3:30PM Thursday. Below are the modifications for Friday, November 2. Pine Street: * 18/23/39 go to Highland Street and Pine Street Webster Street: * Go to Church Street either side King’s Grant Neighborhood: * Bradford Road, Plymouth Road, Miles Standish Road, Bay State Road and …
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Superintendent Cheryl Maloney sent an early-morning message to families.
Superintendent Cheryl Maloney closed school for a third day today. In the message she said there was not enough progress made on the roads overnight. The Weston Public Schools will be closed Tuesday [sic.] due to power outages and dangerous road conditions throughout Town caused by downed trees. There was not enough progress was [sic.] made on the road cleanup overnight.
Monday, October 29, 2012
Weston Public Schools will be closed for a second straight day due to Hurricane Sandy.
Weston schools will be closed Tuesday, Oct. 30 due to continuing effects of Hurricane Sandy. The schools will be closed a second straight day "due to power outages and dangerous road conditions throughout Town caused by downed trees," according to Weston Superintendent Cheryl Maloney.
Sunday, October 28, 2012
With the storm approaching, school has been cancelled.
Weston schools will be closed for the day on Monday, Oct. 29, due to the impending storm, school officials announced late this afternoon. "Weston Public Schools will be closed tomorrow due to the impending storm and the prediction of dangerous winds. Stay Safe," was the message from Superintendent Cheryl Maloney which went out on Weston Grapevine around 4:30 p.m. Hurricane Sandy is expected to be at its worse tomorrow afternoon, and Gov. Deval Patrick at a press conference this afternoon requested all schools, public and private, be closed Monday. Additionally, he's asking that private companies allow their employees to stay home. Check Weston Patch for more details on the storm as it unfolds.
Monday, October 8, 2012
Happy Columbus Day.
1. Today is Columbus Day, which is a holiday for some but not for others. 2. Town offices are closed today. 3. School is closed also. 4. There are no meetings tonight on the agenda for tonight, but the meeting schedule is sparse this week. 5. Remember, Weston High School students may be able to sleep later beginning next year.
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Give back to local teachers by celebrating World Teachers' Day on Oct. 5.
World Teachers' Day, celebrated on Oct. 5, is a great opportunity to show teachers in Wellesley how great you think they are. But, the day also takes on a deeper meaning, standing for the protection of teachers' rights. Since its inception in 1994, World Teachers' Day has had a theme every year. The theme for 2012 is “Take a stand for teachers.” This day was founded by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Its aim is to educate the public about the conditions of being a teacher around the world, focusing specifically on the protection of teachers' rights, and the proper training, development and status raising of teachers. UNESCO’s partners in this effort are the International Labour Organization…
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Along with this new content, Wellesley Media Center is launching QR codes and a new app to watch the videos.
The Weston cable station has developed a new app and some QR codes to go along with video interviews with school administrators. Weston Media Center has launched a new app and a series of QR codes which each link to Weston channel programming. The codes are available at the town’s website. Also, the channel will air taped interviews with Weston Public School principals and administrators beginning Sept. 22. The interviews, taped this summer, feature educators talking about their goals for this academic year, according to information on the town’s website.
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
It's meeting season in Weston.
1. The School Committee met last night to discuss Weston 300. 2. The Board of Selectmen will meet tonight to go over a packed agenda. 3. With school right around the corner, here are five Massachusetts school bus laws you may not know about. 4. The weather will still be warm for a while, but unfortunately, Memorial Pool has closed for the season. 5. In case you were wondering: School starts in Weston Sept. 5.