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State orders Wayland to release records on METCO chief discussions

Wayland Town Crier 7/29/14: State orders Wayland to release records on METCO chief discussions. The secretary of state’s office has ordered the Wayland Public Schools to release executive session minutes pertaining to METCO Director Mabel Reid-Wallace or to clearly specify why the district is denying the request. The state ruling came in response to

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Introducing the Wayland Children & Parents Association BIG KIDS Group!


The WCPA is introducing new involvement and activities for families with children from K – 5th grade. As we all know, next year we will have three K-5 elementary schools here in Wayland. One of the goals of the WCPA BIG KIDS is to keep us connected with our friends from all over Wayland

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Wayland Recreation Commission discusses field report

Wayland Town Crier 7/29/14: Wayland Recreation Commission discusses field report. The Recreation Commission discussed an updated version of a report aimed at new athletic field recommendations on Tuesday. The report represents a significant flip from a 2010 report by the same company, Gale Associates. While the 2010 recommendation suggested building seven baseball fields, five

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Wayland-based Golden Tones chorus receives grant

Wayland Town Crier 7/28/14: Wayland-based Golden Tones chorus receives grant. The Tufts Health Plan Foundation is providing more than $1.6 million in new funding to 43 Massachusetts and Rhode Island-based organizations that focus on healthy aging as part of its first cycle of funding for 2014. Included in the first cycle of grants is

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‘Green’ towns land state grants for energy-saving projects


Boston Globe 7/27/14: ‘Green’ towns land state grants for energy-saving projects. More than a dozen area communities have received state grants to help pay for energy-saving projects, such as new lighting, more efficient heating and air-conditioning systems, and weatherization measures in municipal and school buildings. Wayland is among 43 cities and towns statewide

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News and Events from Wayland Library, July 25, 2014


SUMMER HOURS. During the summer, the library will be open on Saturdays from 10-1 and closed on Sunday. The Library will be closed August 30, August 31, and September 1 over Labor Day weekend. Our regular weekend schedule (Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 2-5) will resume after Labor Day.

NON-FICTION BOOK GROUP. The next selection for

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Wayland High School ranks #28 in state in US News & World Report’s High School listing


US News and World Report 2014 Rankings: Best High Schools in Massachusetts. Wayland earned a “Silver Medal” and a 28th place ranking in Massachusetts in US News & World Report’s 2014 ranking.