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Keeping Seniors Safe with the Wayland Police

Photo Left to Right: Officer Chris Custodie, Detective Chris Cohen, Officer Lynnet Sloan, Selectwoman Mary Antes, Chief Robert Irving, District Attorney Marian Ryan, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Lea Anderson, Georgia Christakis and Lieutenant Pat Swanick

On Saturday May 20th a breakfast sponsored by the Wayland Police Association for Wayland seniors was held at the Wayland High School Cafeteria.  Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan was the guest speaker and gave a presentation on Keeping Seniors Safe and Financial Exploitation.  Georgia Christakis an Assistant Bank Manager at the Middlesex Bank spoke about Safe Banking Practices.  About 30 Wayland seniors attended.


Former Wayland athletic director files whistle-blower suit

Boston Globe 5/25/17: Former Wayland athletic director files whistle-blower suit. A former Wayland High School athletic director has filed a whistle-blower lawsuit alleging that the nonrenewal of his contract was retaliation for his complaining about unequal treatment of boys and girls sports teams.

Wayland Patch 5/25/17: Former Wayland AD Files Suit Alleging He Was Fired For Speaking Up On Inequality. A former athletic director at Wayland High School has filed a suit against the town alleging that he was fired from his position because he spoke up about gender inequality in the sports program.

Naked Driver Hits Cruisers, Lands In Wooded Area, Runs: Wayland Police

Wayland Patch 5/24/17: Naked Driver Hits Cruisers, Lands In Wooded Area, Runs: Wayland Police. A New Hampshire man is facing charges after allegedly leading police on a chase as he drove naked and erratic through Wayland into Lincoln on Tuesday.

Wayland Town Crier 5/24/17: Wayland police bust naked man after two-town chase. After crashing his car into two Wayland Police cruisers on Tuesday and leading them on a chase through two towns and several backyards, a New Hampshire man stripped naked and jumped on a trampoline in Lincoln.

Retirement Events planned for Wayland teachers and administrators

Ice Cream Social to Celebrate Mrs. Kay Seligson
Claypit Hill Kindergarten Playground
Tuesday, May 30th, 3:15 – 4:15 PM

Please join us for ice cream & fun at the Claypit Hill kindergarten playground as we share fond memories with Mrs. Seligson and wish her well on her upcoming retirement. Mrs. Seligson began her career teaching special education and moved to 2nd grade for several years before her present spot in kindergarten, where she has taught for 21 years… for a total of 27 years of teaching approximately 500 students! All of Mrs. Seligson’s students and families (current and past) are invited to this drop-in play date and social to say hello and to wish Mrs. Seligson a very happy retirement! Please rsvp at the link here to help ensure we have ice cream and popsicles for everyone!

Wayland PTO Hosts Community Retirement Reception for Dr. Stein
Wayland High School Media Center Garden
Monday, June 12th, 3:00-4:00 PM

The Wayland PTO invites students, families and the greater Wayland community to join us for a Retirement Reception for Dr. Stein on Monday, June 12, from 3:00-4:00 in the High School Media Center Garden (or inside the Media Center in the case of rain). This is an informal event – please stop by for just a few minutes or for the entire hour, and join us in thanking Dr. Stein and wishing him well as he retires from the Wayland Public Schools at the end of June. There will be light refreshments. Contact Amy Simmons with any questions.

“Cornhole in the Courtyard” to Celebrate Ms. Jacobs’s Retirement
Courtyard adjacent to the WMS Cafeteria
Thursday, June 15th, 2:30-3:30 PM

Please join us for “Cornhole in the Courtyard” on Thursday, June 15, from 2:30-3:30 as we celebrate Ms. Jacobs’s retirement. We hope that students (both past and present) and members of the community will join us in the courtyard adjacent to the WMS Cafeteria to wish Ms. Jacobs well, enjoy some light refreshments and play some cornhole. Please contact Amy Simmons with any questions.

Town of Wayland Launches Fiscal Transparency Center

Town of Wayland 5/23/17: Town of Wayland Launches Fiscal Transparency Center. Partners with ClearGov to Bring Clarity to Government Finances

The Town of Wayland is pleased to announce that it has partnered with ClearGov, a leading municipal transparency and benchmarking platform, to launch an infographic-based fiscal transparency center.

The new tool provides taxpayers an easy-to-understand, visual breakdown of Wayland finances, as well as insights into the Town’s demographics and student-age population. The site also informs visitors as to how each budget item compares to neighboring communities.

Wayland is part of a growing movement of Massachusetts municipalities that are taking transparency to a new level on ClearGov platform, which also showcases basic profiles of every municipality in the state. Wayland has added detailed revenues and expenditures breakdowns of its General Fund, as well as Debt and Reserve Funds. The Town has also added commentary to many of the metrics and graphs on the site to help lend context to the figures for residents.

ClearGov sources publicly available financial data on municipalities to create easy-to-understand transparency websites for thousands of municipalities across the United States, which are made available to the public for free. Municipalities can choose to upgrade and enhance their publicly available transparency site with more robust information and provide context through commentary on the figures.

Visit the new Wayland ClearGov site here.

Note: The Wayland Schools ClearGov site is online here.

New Wayland program aims to keep people secure

Firemen training with Safety Net Tracking system. Photo from Wayland Fire Dept Facebook Page

Wayland Town Crier 5/23/17: New Wayland program aims to keep people secure. Town officials are teaming up to promote an array of services to help keep seniors and others safe. The services, which include new and existing efforts, are being promoted under the WAY-SECURE program, Fire Chief David Houghton said. “It certainly is being proactive,” Council on Aging Director Julie Secord said of the program, which in part seeks to provide firefighters with valuable information before an emergency happens.

Wayland’s Morgan Fletcher receives her just reward

Wayland Town Crier 5/21/17: Wayland’s Morgan Fletcher receives her just reward. Morgan Fletcher received her diploma from Hamilton College on Sunday, and it was but the latest instance of hearing her name called. For the 2013 Wayland High grad, that ever-important piece of paper was the capper to a four-year stay at the Clinton, N.Y., school that would be tough to match. On Thursday, Fletcher received the 2017 Jack B. Riffle Award at Hamilton College’s senior varsity athlete awards dinner, given to the top senior female athlete.