Class of 2019

For Sophomores


Class of 2019 Spring Semi-Formal

Saturday, May 20th, 7:00PM-10:30PM

Regis College Lower Student Union

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Putting for Patients, WHS's largest Dana Farber fundraising effort of the year, is on April 8st from 12pm-4pm in the High School Gym.  Since Dana Farber is our class non-profit/service organization, we want to make sure that the Class of 2019 has a significant role in this wonderful event.  Our goal is to have a high percentage of the class raise money through pledge forms or, if it is easier for your family, to contribute through the webtrac link below (please indicate Dana Farber donation).  If you would like a receipt for your donation for tax purposes, it is best to donate using the pledge form and make your checks payable to The Jimmy Fund.  Please have your child put their name and "Class of 2019" on the pledge forms.  Students will receive these forms in hard copy during Advisory but we wanted to make you aware of this fundraising effort and also provide you with an electronic copy just in case the other one is lost.

In addition, our class will be running the bake sale during the event.  We welcome nut-free baked goods (individually packaged for sale) from anyone willing to bake for this event!  In addition, members of the class will meet in the cooking room after school the day before the event to bake.  We will create a  Signup Genius for baked goods or baking supplies in the next couple of weeks.  If you prefer to donate money to go towards purchasing baked goods and supplies, you can contribute through webtrac below (please indicate bake sale contribution):

Webtrac Link:  Dana Farber

Please encourage your child to get involved in Putting For Patients!  Putting for Patients is open to the entire community - Hope to see you there on April 1st!

Thanks so much for your support,

Susan, Cristen and Michelle

Class of 2019 Parent Advisors

Dear Parents and Guardians,


Your daughters and sons have been very busy this year! In addition to hosting the Halloween Haunted House, the sophomore class went on the Boston Harbor fall cruise, we raised $380.00 for Dana Farber selling our opportunity basket, we sold 140 "XIX" sweatpants and we are very close to securing our venue for the Junior Prom (yes, believe it or not!!).  We will send out the date as soon as possible.


Looking forward to the spring, there will be a class semiformal casino night (still searching for a venue), a class fundraiser at California Pizza Kitchen and Spring Fling on the Weston Town Green (4/29).  Dana Farber activities include participation in the Putting for Patients event on April 1st and selling Valentine's Day candy grams this week with 100% of the proceeds going to Dana Farber. 

Finally, we are planning a breakfast for the students next Friday(2/17).  Instead of asking for baked goods, we have set up an on-line payment account for cash donations.  Please click here for a link to the form:  Class of 2019 Breakfast  -- please make sure you stroll down to the "Class of 2019: Breakfast".


As always, thanks for all your support.  If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know.

Best, Cristen, Susan and *Michelle


*We would like to welcome Michelle Nickerson as our third parent advisor; she will help us now until graduation.


Class of 2019 before the October 2016 Boat Cruise


Dear Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2019,

It was quite a busy October with both the Harbor Cruise and the Haunted House.  Both events were huge successes!!

As for the haunted house, many thanks to all the parents for their support before, during and after the event and especially a BIG THANKS to the Muzila Family for storing the decorations for the past year. An additional thanks to all the parents that donated funds to offset some of the expenses of the haunted house.  It certainly takes a village to design, implement and execute an event like this.  We had 110 students involved and over 350 community paying attendees.

Looking to the future, our officers are currently working on selling sweatpants with the Class of 2019 logo and we will also finally have time to sell the "pink opportunity basket" (supporting Dana Farber) during school lunch. 


Thanks for all your support.  Best, Susan & Cristen  




Class Officers:

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


Whitney Sins
Kelly Kirk
Christina Costa
Arda Cataltepe
Skylar Wolf






Faculty Advisors:

Henry Moon

Thea Ruggiano





Parent Advisors:

Susan Garofalo

Cristen Tabors




High School PTO:


Chair: Nancy Trodden











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