Sunday, January 27, 2013
We have lunch menus for Loker, Happy Hollow, Claypit Hill and Wayland Middle.
Sunday, January 27
Students at Wayland's elementary schools -- Loker School, Happy Hollow and Claypit Hill -- will be served the following the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 1 Jan. 28: Breakfast for Lunch Wholegrain French Toast Sticks Lite Jones Sausage Tomato Juice Applesauce Jan. 29: Wholegrain Spaghetti w/ Meat Sauce Baby Carrots Pineapple Tidbits Jan. 30: Chicken Fajita Spanish Rice Mexicali Corn Orange Smiles Jan. 31: BBQ Pork Rib Sub on a wheat roll *Marinated Cucumber Salad Strawberries (Salad Bar at Claypit) Feb. 1: Whole Grain Stuffed Crust Pizza w/ toppings Fresh Caesar Salad Fresh Red Grapes (Salad Bar at Claypit) Also available: Tuna, Chicken Salad, Turkey, Peanut Butter, Cheese Sandwiches on Wheat Tortilla available daily. Bagel Lunch w/ choice of Cream …
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
The bear has moved to Framingham, but Wayland Middle School, Happy Hollow Elementary and the Loker School took "shelter in place" precautions earlier.
UPDATE: June 1, 12:41 p.m. - Wayland Police and Fire Dispatch confirms that the bear appears to have moved out of Wayland. It was reportedly last seen in Framingham. Wayland School Superintendent Gary Burton sent an email alert moments ago letting parents know that schools will be dismissed on time today. "At no time were any of our students in danger, and I imagine that many of the younger ones will have no idea why they were kept inside on such a nice day," Burton's email reads. "Again, no one was ever in danger...other than the bear." He added the environmental police continue tracking the bear for "relocation elsewhere." Posted earlier (June 1, 12:19 p.m.) A bear sighting on Main Street in Wayland has schools in the area taking …
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Wayland High School student leaders offered opinions and feedback to School Committee members during the Monday night meeting.
Monday night Wayland School Committee members welcomed to their meeting student leadership from Wayland High School during an annual feedback gathering. “It’s a longstanding tradition for the School Committee to have student leaders come in,” Superintendent Gary Burton said, adding that the informal meeting is intended to bring together students on the receiving end of education and committee members on the policy end. Five students, Dan Hong, student council treasurer; Daniel Kim, student council vice president; Lauren Colwell, class of 2011 president; Lina Cowen, student council president; and Zoe Corner, student council secretary responded to questions from school committee members and offered opinions regarding their experiences at WHS…