“The Weston Public Schools will achieve excellence in learning through collaboration among community, parents, administrators, faculty and students. Recognizing that learning is a lifelong process, all partners in the school community will use imagination, reflection, invention, rational inquiry and judgment to anticipate the demands of the future and to support the learning process.”
--Excerpted from the “Weston Public Schools Vision Statement.” (1996)
The Weston Public Schools is a nationally recognized school system, comprised of dedicated and talented teachers and staff, involved parents, a supportive community, and fine schools in bucolic settings. There is a strong tradition of educational excellence, and among the administration, faculty, and instructional staff an enduring commitment to the teaching/learning process.
Job Fair Announcement: The Greater Boston School Human Resources Network proudly sponsors its third annual job fair for teachers of color on Saturday, March 22, 2014 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm, held at the Broadmeadow Elementary School in Needham. Member districts include Acton, Acton-Boxboro, Belmont, Brookline, Concord, Concord-Carlisle, Lexington, Needham, Newton, Wayland, Wellesley and Weston. To register, please visit the Greater Boston School HRN website at http://www.greaterbostonschoolhrn.com/
In compliance with Federal and State equal opportunity laws, Weston Public Schools is committed to diversity in its workplace regardless of race, gender, gender identity, color, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity/national origin, age or disabiliity.
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About the Town of Weston
Located just twelve miles from Boston, Weston sits at the intersection of Route 128 and the Mass Pike. During the 20th century, Weston evolved from a small farm community to the suburban, residential town it is today, having among the highest per capita income in Massachusetts. With history dating back to the mid 1600’s, the town has strong roots in New England traditions, and has maintained its semi-rural character with predominately single-family dwellings and extensive conservation land. Central to the traditions of Weston is active participation in community life and a deep and abiding interest in the care and education of its young people, thus the schools receive broad and strong community support.