Click above to read Weston School Committee response to a Finance Committee letter.
On Thursday April 6th nine WMS students who participated in the Ecuador Service-Learning trip also traveled to Radio City Music Hall in NYC to take part in We Day, the largest youth activism rally in the country.
Last event in series: How Does Technology Support Learning? June 12, 7PM, Join Director of Technology & School Libraries Lee McCanne to learn about ways technology is used in classrooms to engage & support student learning
WEEFC, a sub-committee of the School Committee, is a parent organization that raises and distributes funds in the form of grants to support innovative and creative programs across all schools and grades.
Weston Middle School Arts & Technology Festival
“Full STEAM Ahead”
Tuesday, March 28th
All are welcome to experience the Arts at Weston Middle School in a festival atmosphere. Bring the entire family to enjoy an evening of student art, music, film, robots, drama and more … all while supporting our young artists!
Art: Hundreds of student drawings, sculptures, Photoshopped collages and ceramic pieces will fill the Amy Potter Center. Our young artists created these works during Quarters One, Two and Three and are excited to see them on display.
Technology: Videos, robots, bridges, houses and constructions galore! Witness result of great WMS student minds solving big problems.
Music: As always, the WMS Jazz Band will set the mood as they perform a selection of swinging tunes in the Cafeteria while a student string quartet will delight all who visit the Amy Potter Center.
More: The WMS Arts rotation is comprised of Dance, Drama, Music, Technology and Visual Arts. During the festival, visitors of all ages will be able to experience a wide variety of creative endeavors offered at the Middle School.
Contact Mrs. Kowalski or Ms. Burns for more information.
We hope to see you there!