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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.

Parents demand answers after resignation of METCO director

Metrowest Daily News 1/18/19: Parents demand answers after resignation of METCO director. Parents and alumni packed Thursday’s School Committee meeting, seeking answers as to why the district’s METCO director is stepping down after 19 years on the job. Superintendent Arthur Unobskey on Wednesday sent an email to parents and staff that Mabel Reid-Wallace had decided to leave the district, effective June 30. No reason was provided.

Seven Wayland HS Students Display Artwork In Boston

Wayland Patch 1/17/19: Seven Wayland HS Students Display Artwork In Boston. Students from Wayland High School under the direction of art teachers, Véronique Latimer and Amy O’Connell are representing the town in the Massachusetts Emerging Artists juried exhibit at the State Transportation Building.

METCO director stepping down

Wayland Town Crier 1/17/19: METCO director stepping down. METCO director Mabel Reid-Wallace is stepping down after 19 years on the job, and no reason was given in an email sent Wednesday by Superintendent Arthur Unobskey to parents and staff. “In those nineteen years, Ms. Reid-Wallace has done invaluable work for the district,” Unobskey’s email said. “She has been a trusted and passionate advisor, mentor and advocate for our students and their families.”

Immersion: Spanish at Claypit Hill School

Wayland Student Press 1/9/18: Immersion: Spanish at Claypit Hill School. Claypit Hill School introduced a Spanish immersion program to a class of kindergarten students this year. Instead of teaching language traditionally using vocabulary lists and verb tenses, the students learn Spanish through repetition and exposure. According to class teacher Kerry Davis, the program has long been awaited by many parents.

Lee to retire after 27 years with Wayland Public Schools

Wayland Student Press Network 12/21/18: Lee to retire after 27 years with Wayland Public Schools. Happy Hollow Elementary School Principal James Lee will be retiring at the end of June after 27 years with Wayland Public Schools.