Congratulations to the Class of 2014 and their families for the many awards presented to graduating seniors for excellence and achievement last night at our 22nd Annual Senior Awards Night!
Friday, May 23, 2014
Memorial Day Ceremony
Wakefield Memorial High School
I agree with his heartfelt sentiment, as today was the best Memorial Day ceremony in memory and among my very best days as an educator at Wakefield Memorial High School. I have never been more proud of our student body: the level of respect, dignity, engagement, and appreciation exuded by all of the nearly 1,000 students in our field house was extraordinary and in many ways unique to who we are as a school. The students' sense of community, demonstrated by their acceptance and respect for one another and our honored veterans, is far from typical. Many students dressed up for school today. Many students were visibly emotional at various points of the program, especially when we recognized the four members of the Class of 2014 who will enter the service:
|Derek Dussault & Sam Carr, US Navy; Brian Auld, Army; Steve Scarpa, Marines|
|A gathering of our participating veterans following the ceremony|
|Cam Ballard presenting WWII artifacts and historical information to our guests|
Friday, May 16, 2014
Friday, May 9, 2014
Congratulations to WHS senior Anthony Lawson, recognized last night at METCO's Evening of Champions, where he was honored as Wakefield High School's "Senior of The Year". Anthony is truly one of the shining stars of the Class of 2014 - a great student, a successful athlete, and most importantly an incredible person and friend to all.
|Anthony Lawson with WHS Spanish Teacher/Track Coach Ruben Reinoso|
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Congratulations and thank you to Science teacher Rachael Barron, who took the lead in applying for WHS to become a 2014 MassBioED BioTeach school, in partnership with Massachusetts Life Science Center. We just received word that we were selected for this grant-funded program and will receive $24,000 for capital equipment along with teacher training, curriculum development support, and student job-shadowing opportunities!