Class of 2018

For Juniors

 

Recently, Weston Police Department Detective Kellie Connarton reached out to the Class Of 2018 asking for help as Weston Police continues its collaboration with Weston Council of Aging. The COA food pantry's shelves are nearly bare and both groups need help to restock.

We are excited to offer our support. To end the year with a bang, we have turned this effort into a school wide opportunity. We are announcing a Flash Food Drive Challenge!

Beginning Monday, May 22nd ending Friday, May 26th.  All classes can participate. The class that collects the most donations will win the honor of painting the spirit rock for September 2017.   Please encourage your student to participate by bringing in items to the main WHS lobby to support the food pantry and show class spirit. 

Wish List includes, but not limited to:

-single serve low or no sugar fruit cups, cold cereal

-small cans of white tuna, salmon& chicken

-fruit/granola bars w/o nuts

-small packages of cookies and crackers

-mac & chesse, peanut butter

-canned soup

SUCCESS! Saturday November 19, 2016, we weighed in at over 2,108 lbs. of books and food. Volunteer students, small in number but large in spirit, collected, divided and delivered books to More Than Words and Italian Home for Children. Representatives from Weston Police Department attended our weigh-in and gathered our food donations to distribute to COA food pantry. We know recipients are grateful for our support. We are proud of the Class of 2018 students' efforts and thank all the families that contributed to this campaign. We look forward to additional opportunities of community and service. 

Giving Thanks to all,

Brian, Caren & Debbie

 

Together with Faculty Advisors, we support each year's class officers' responsibilities that include Fundraising, Social Events, and Community Service. We are writing to share activity items with you:

FUNDRAISING:  

Throughout our 4 years at WHS, we host fundraising efforts. Proceeds from each program are deposited into our class account. All funds are ultimately used to offset the Graduation Overnight. Such an evening typically ranges from $35,000-$40,000. It is our intent to plan an extraordinary evening, at the lowest possible out-of-pocket expense as the final community event for all graduates. Honestly, we are falling short of our fundraising goals. To that end, we are looking for larger opportunities. We would like to host a "Sports Replay" event. The logistics include collecting items, pricing and selling equipment during an afternoon TBD. Such an undertaking will require more than the 3 of us, if you are interested in taking an active role or have other ideas, please email us directly.  

 

Encourage your student to support these opportunities and/or share other ideas with officers.

 

Thank you for your support as we coordinate a campaign to feed minds and bodies!

WHS Class of 2018

 

Thank you, Brian, Caren & Debbie

Class of 2018 Officers and Faculty Adviors JIm M Cloughlin and Gretchen Gugliotta

         

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Class Officers:

President:
Vice President:
Secretary:
Treasurer:
Student Advisory Council Rep:
 
Student Council Representatives:

2016 -2017

 

Danielle Pasquale
Amanda Moscher
Kathryn Augustine
Alina Hachugian
Jack Mullany
 

 

 

 

Junior Class Officers

 

Faculty Advisors:
 
 

Gretchen Gugliotta

Jim McLaughlin

 

 

 

 

Parent Advisors:
 
 

Brian Black

Debbie McNamara

Caren Demoulas

 

 

 

 

High School PTO:

 Chair: Nancy Trodden

 

or westonhspto@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 
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