Team WHS Blog

Season 2: Episode 30

Hello readers and welcome back.

We present to you our WHS Class of 2017 soon to be graduates!

Seniors staircase

Many of the senior activities from last week can be viewed on our Instagram page.  There are a lot of fun videos there!

Or you can see most of the videos/pictures by going to Twitter and searching for @whsmahoney

Or you can access our feed on the high school website.

We hope you were able to make the Enka fair this past weekend and enjoy some community time.  Mrs. Conis and I “enjoyed” the dunk tank.  I went Friday and Mrs. Conis went Saturday afternoon.  The water was cold, brown (of course it was) and with a nice dose of bleach thrown in to kill any and all living things.  We highly recommend volunteering next year!


The Senior Awards night was a lovely event.  We had over 100 members of the class of 2017 receive an award.  Congratulations to all in attendance!

Living History Day: 5/26

On Friday May 26, the Social Studies department will be hosting its annual Living History Day program.  10th and 11th grade students will be hearing from the following speakers during their Social Studies classes:

B Block – Paul Masi:  Teaching in a Native American village in Alaska

A Block – Mary Truong:  Head of Massachusetts Office of Refugees & Immigrants

D Block – Stephen Kinzer:  Author of several books on American foreign policy

E Block – Jack Sutton (father of our own Mrs. Anderson):  Vietnam veteran discusses life in the 60s  Local chapter of national organization discusses environmental activism

Winchester residents panel:  Interviewees from a local project centered around the 75th anniversary of the start of World War II.

G Block – Claude Kaitare:  Survivor of the Rwandan Genocide

Art, Math and Engineering Intersect:

Here is the link again to the geodesic dome project that was a cross curricular effort by art, engineering and math.

WRTC Award Winner:  The Winchester Republican Town Committee (WRTC) is pleased to inform you that Winchester High School senior, Charlotte Pappas, is the winner our 2nd annual Essay Contest.  The purpose of the contest is to promote civic awareness and responsibility, increase interest and involvement in the community, and provide an opportunity to better understand and evaluate government at local, state, and national levels.

Information for you for free summer lunches for students in need of nutritional support materials:  WGL2017Registration.docx (1)

Our June Science MCAS schedule: MCAS Math + Science

Senior Events:  Class of 2017 Events


Have a great week everyone!


Spring Sports Schedule: 

5/24 Jr. Awards Night

5/25 World Languages Awards Night

5/26 Living History

5/29 No School

5/30 – 6/2 Senior Week Activities including Prom

6/3 WFEE walk/run

6/4 Graduation @ 4 PM




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