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The WHS Porto Alegre Exchange Committee is happy to announce the selection of Kymberli Darby to study in Brazil this summer.
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Joanna won in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Competition for her paper titled "Pixels and Prose"
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Thank you to all who volunteered to serve on the search committees for a new Woodland School Principal and/or Director of Special Education(Student Services). Open to link to see committee composition, timeline and search process visuals
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The Weston Public Schools is seeking volunteers to serve on the search committee for a new Guidance Department Head, serving grades 6-12.
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Greater Boston Regional Student Advisory Council Representatives are a part of a group of students elected by their peers from schools throughout Massachusetts who are helping make decisions about state educational policy and student rights.
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This national exam offered to the top 1000 qualifying students in the country.
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Seven WHS Students competed in the annual academic scholarship competition.

The Addams Family Spring Musical at WHS


By Jacqueline Chen and Bradford Peters

No matter how normal or crazy a family seems, anyone can relate to The Addams Family. Theater Co’s spring musical depicts the pandemonium that ensues after the wacky characters of the Addams family are faced with those from a seemingly average family.

“The family is attracted to death and torture – that kind of thing. Yet they are an extremely loving family who would do anything for each other, which is why they were so famous and fascinating in the early media,” said junior Donya Potter, who plays Morticia Addams.

The Addams Family was originally a huge success during the early years of television when it aired as a TV show. The family is often described as quirky and very unusual.

When asked why T.Co chose this particular show, director of drama John Minigan said that he thought it was important to add some variety into the theater program.

“I’m really excited for audiences to enjoy the humor of the show, but at the same time, feel and understand the struggles that some of the characters are having. There’s a point when watching the show that you’ll realize that although the Addams family is weird and dark and strange in so many ways, they’re still a loving family that you’ll probably be able to relate to in some way or another,” said T.Co president Max Alagna.

The musical should be one of the most exciting productions WHS has seen in a while, said Potter.

Performances will be in the Weston High School Auditorium on April 30, May 1 and May 2 at 7:30. Tickets are $5 for students, seniors, and military, and $15 for adults and can be bought online at  at the WHS box office between 10:30 and noon from April 27 to May 1, or at the door.

07:00 PM
Case House
07:30 AM
Case House
08:00 AM
Woodland School Library
07:30 PM
WHS Auditorium
10:00 AM
Weston Town Green
11:30 AM
12:45 PM

WHS Principal Anthony Parker and students-Sept 2014.
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