Thank you to all who attended Drs. Anthony Rao and Paul Napper's presentation on the  Power of Agency.   It was an informative evening.  Your thoughts and comments on the evening would be most appreciated.  Please take a few moments to complete a short questionnaire here.  

We wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

As always, please reach out to us at  [email protected]

Connie Burton & Andra Jensen
WHS PTSO Co-Presidents 2019-2020

November 27th -- All School Breakfast -- If you help out with a contribution, please sign up here.

December 2019
  • 4th - Early Release 
  • 5th - The Dangers of Vaping @ 7pm, Wellesley Middle School 
  • 10th - Winter Band & Orchestra Concert
  • 13th - Guidance Coffee at 9am in Faculty Dining Room
The  following  is just a sample of all the events on the calendar. Click here  to see the whole calendar.  
The Wellesley Scholarship Foundation (WSF) is now accepting applications for scholarship funding for the 2020-2021 academic year.  The application deadline is March 1, 2020. 
To learn more about their scholarship program, please visit WSF website here.
Panel Discussion on The Dangers of Vaping 

The Wellesley Middle School PTO will be sponsoring a panel discussion on the Dangers of Vaping on Thursday, December 5th at 7pm in the Middle School Auditorium.   The guest speaker is Dr. Lester Hartman, Medical Home Director, Westwood-Mansfield Pediatrics.  Mark Ito, WMS Principal and Jaime Chisum, WHS Principal, as well as other WMS and WHS staff, will also be in attendance to discuss the issue.  All are invited and welcome to attend what will be an informative discussion.  For more information, please click here.   
The Wellesley Cotillion -- January 4, 2020

Invitations have been mailed for the 2020 Wellesley Cotillion.  All Juniors & Seniors who reside in Wellesley and/or who attend Wellesley High School are invited to attend.   Cotillion information, rules & regulations, and a link to purchase tickets can be found on the Wellesley Cotillion website:

Tickets are $125 each and include luxury, round-trip transportation, music, dancing, refreshments, and so much more. Guests must ride to/from the event via the luxury motor coach service provided by Cotillion organizers. Tickets are ONLY available for purchase in advance. Registration closes on December 30th, or earlier, if all 800 tickets are sold.

The event is organized and executed solely by parent-volunteers and is not affiliated in any way with the Wellesley Public Schools.  Adults interested in volunteering may visit the Cotillion Website and look for the link to volunteer.  

Follow the Wellesley Cotillion on Facebook: to receive up-to-the-minute updates & post-event photos.

Wellesley Cotillion Co-Chairs, Linda Messore, Sarah Greene, Kate Yen 

Cotillion organizers are committed to ensuring that financial constraints are never a barrier to participation at Cotillion. Financial assistance is available for tickets, tux rental, and purchases of formal attire. Male and female guests who are under-resourced may send confidential inquiries to Tinea Rochelle at  [email protected] or  [email protected]