MESSAGE FROM THE PTSO PRESIDENTS
Principal's Coffee, Friday 11/30 @ 9:00am,
WHS Faculty Dining Room
Join Dr. Chisum on Friday the 30th for a community discussion. We will view the Active Shooter video that was shown to students last month, discuss the NEASC accreditation currently underway at the high school, and watch the Friday Morning Announcements.
All are welcome!
Career Connections - Can you help?
Are you a Back Stage Manager?
A Rocket Scientist?
Do you own your own business?
PTSO is looking for help from our parent/guardian community to support the WHS Guidance Department in its continuing efforts to provide students with information about potential careers and jobs. Specifically, we are reaching out to those in our community who have a unique, distinctive or one of a kind job. Do you hold such a job? Would you be willing to help our students by sharing with them information on your unique position? We are still in the process of determining exactly how this information will be shared with students but if you are open to helping us, please let us know by sending an email to Connie Burton, WHS PTSO, Co-Vice President, at
Did your annual contribution to the PTSO get delayed or forgotten? It's not too late! Click
to help us support WHS parents, teachers & students. Thank you!
Colette Aufranc & Catherine Mirick
WHS PTSO Presidents 2018-2019
- 28th - 7:00pm - Band & Orchestra Concert, WHS Auditorium
- 30th - 9:00am - Principal Coffee, Faculty Dining Room
- 30th - 7:00pm - Freshman Holiday Dance, Cafeteria
- 6th - 7:00pm - Chorus Concert, WHS Auditorium
- 14th - 9:00am - Coffee with the Director of Guidance, Faculty Dining Room
- 14th - 7:00pm - Senior Dance, Cafeteria
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SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT
Thanksgiving Day - The Oldest Public High School Rivalry!! Congratulations to the girls in the Powderpuff game and the boys in the Football game last week. Tough games in even tougher weather!
Awesome job as well by the intrepid Pep Band who did their best to show school spirit with frigid fingers, brass valves frozen shut and woodwind reeds warping.
Thanks also to all parents and families for supporting the All School Breakfast on 11/21!
Is there a special event or activity you would like parents to know more about? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and help us build school spirit.
Want to Run for a Town Office?
The League of Women Voters of Wellesley would like to invite all those who are curious, concerned or interested in the direction of Wellesley's current projects to consider becoming more directly involved in our community by running for Town Meeting member or for an elected board. If interested, please attend the presentation,
"How to Run for Office", on Wednesday, Nov 28th at 7:30 pm
in Room 008 of the Annie F. Warren Building (located at 90 Washington St, Wellesley). For more information on this event, please
Support Wellesley POPS!
During the WMS production of Aladdin Jr.
Nov 29th-Dec 1st
, please support Wellesley POPS by participating in a
. Take in
or mention the fundraiser and 20% of your check goes to Wellesley POPS!
Wellesley PAC Coffee
Please join the Wellesley PAC for our next monthly coffee on
Thursday, December 6, from 9-10:30am.
The coffee will be held at the home of Christine Mizzi at
16 Suffolk Road
. It is a nice opportunity for parents and caregivers to get together, share information and offer support to one another.
School Committee Office Hours
The School Committee is pleased to continue to schedule 'office hours' which provide the community an opportunity for engagement with one or two members of the Committee on a monthly basis. Sessions are currently scheduled for: December 13, 7 - 8 pm - Arnold Room, Wellesley Free Library. 2019 Dates will be available soon.
Turn the Key, Be Idle Free
Wellesley Green Schools would like to remind everyone to please comply with Massachusetts state law and never allow your car to idle more than 5 minutes. This is especially important when waiting to pick-up your students from school/after-school events. Please click here to read the attached flyer on the importance of limiting idling emissions to ensure the public health of our schools and greater community.