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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization of men and women incorporated in 1999. The goal of the Roundtable is to raise awareness about the issue of domestic violence through community education and networking and to improve the coordination between public and private services for victims and families touched by domestic violence.

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Meet the new Wellington Elementary principal

Wicked Local Belmont 4/16/19: Meet the new Wellington Elementary principal. Dr. Heidi Paisner-Roffman has accepted the position as principal of the Wellington Elementary School, beginning July 1, 2019. Paisner-Roffman is an assistant principal and English learners program coordinator in the Wayland Public Schools.

LSRHS guidance counselor selected as next WHS assistant principal

Wayland Student Press Network 4/9/19: LSRHS guidance counselor selected as next WHS assistant principal. WHS Principal Allyson Mizoguchi announced the new assistant principal and James Nocito’s replacement to be Laura Cole after a process of interviewing and community meets.

Wayland girls basketball team raises over $4,500

Wayland Town Crier 4/5/19: Wayland girls basketball team raises over $4,500. Wayland High School’s girls basketball team raised $4,587 at a game on Feb. 15 versus rival Weston High School through gate proceeds, online three-point pledges and T-shirt sales. As of this week, this amount was the highest in the state this winter.

Officials still scrambling to find after-school care for METCO students

Wayland Town Crier 4/5/19: Officials still scrambling to find after-school care for METCO students. Some METCO parents are unhappy about next year’s later start times at the middle and high schools, and school Superintendent Arthur Unobskey said the district is working to solve those concerns.

Tony Laing to lead Wayland METCO program

Metrowest Daily News 3/29/19: Tony Laing to lead Wayland METCO program. The school district has hired a new METCO director to replace Mabel Reid-Wallace who will be leaving the job on Friday – three months earlier than previously announced. Tony Laing, now director of the Men of Color Initiative at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, starts in Wayland on Aug. 1. “I’m excited (to come to Wayland),” said Laing in a phone interview. “It’s a great opportunity to work within a community of students and parents committed to educational outcomes for students of color.”

Wayland holds off Duxbury to capture Division 2 crown

Boston Globe 2/16/19: Wayland holds off Duxbury to capture Division 2 crown. For the Wayland girls’ swimming team, it was worth the wait. The Warriors captured the Division 2 state title — their first since 2014 — at Boston University on Saturday. In a neck-and-neck race with two-time defending champ Duxbury, the Warriors had to wait nearly 45 minutes after the last swimming event before the final results were announced.

Costs estimates jump (again) for Wayland field projects

Wayland Town Crier 1/18/19: Costs estimates jump (again) for Wayland field projects. Taxpayers could be on the hook for about $1.7 million due to estimated cost increases in the athletic renovation project at the high school and construction of a turf field at the Loker Conservation and Recreation Area.