Wayland All Schools News 6-17-15
From our Schools & Affiliates
Garden Party in honor Ms. Deane Cody
Retiring 2nd Grade Teacher
June 17, 2:00 to 3:30PM

Please join us in Claypit Hill's garden to enjoy cake and lemonade as we wish Deane Coady a happy journey in her upcoming retirement. Ms. Coady has been a devoted teacher, mentor and friend at Claypit Hill School for the last 15 years. She has also been the magical creator of our organic gardens; a special addition to our playground! All Claypit Hill families and students (past and present), community members and Wayland staff members are invited to stop by and wish Ms. Coady a Happy Retirement! We hope to see you there!  ~The Claypit Hill PTO 

Reminders (in date order)
Blue Man Group Offers
Sensory-Friendly Performance in Boston
Autism Speaks - New England Chapter
Saturday, June 20, 11:00AM

Minor production changes will make the Blue Man Group show more sensory-friendly, including the reduction of sound and light levels. Audience supports will be in place including headphones, trained volunteers, and a calming area. 

3rd Annual Eric Chase Blood Drive
June 20 at WHS
Bloodmobiles from Dana-Farber and Children’s Hospital are coming again on Saturday, June 20, to Wayland High School.  Eric, WHS Class of ’08 was a senior at University of Vermont when he lost his fierce battle with leukemia. Honor his zest for life while meeting old and new friends at our day-long festivities. New this year; the New England Donor Bank will be on hand with organ donation info. 
WaylandOneMile Swim
June 21
Wayland Town Beach
Please join us for the 6th annual WaylandOneMile swim and the third swimming of the 3Mile Challenge. Thanks for helping us keep our community swimming all year at the Wayland Community Pool!
2015-2016 Bus Registration
June 22 Deadline
Questions? Contact Dianne Potter at diane_potter@wayland.k12.ma.us.
WSCP Summer Programs
Please visit our website for information about week-long summer offerings in Math, Drama, and Music. 
Water Wise Workshops
July 6 - August 12
Ages 6 - 10

These free, outdoor, community workshops offer children ages 6-10 a fun, hands-on chance to explore rivers, creatures, water conservation, and much more in our watersheds, at Lake Cochituate State Park in Natick.

Summer Violin
Ages 3 & 4 and 5 & 6
Instruments Provided
Offered through Wayland Recreation

Have a young child who’d like a taste of violin in a fun group class? Try our “Introduction to Suzuki Violin” summer classes. Mention this special for $50 discount when you sign up by 6/30.  Wayland Recreation at 508-358-3660.

BASE Option for Half Day Kindergarten
2015-2016 School Year

Through the WSCP Before-After School Extension (BASE), there is an extended day program for kindergarteners in the district's half-day program. There will be one half-day classroom in each of the three elementary schools this fall. To learn about the program, go to the link here:

Making Plans for Next School Year?
2015-2016 School Calendar

School starts on Wednesday, September 2 this fall, BEFORE Labor Day.  

Please note, not all announcements included in the Wayland All Schools News are school sponsored, but are community based, non-sectarian activities, and are included here as a service to the Wayland school community. News items for consideration should be submitted to ramah_hawley@wayland.k12.ma.us.
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