- June 21 thru 30th, 8 am to 3:15 pm
- Mondays thru Thursday hours in July: 8 am to 4 pm
- Check with individual schools to confirm hours
- Closed Fridays in July
- August 2 thru 27: 8 am – 3:15 pm
Please visit the WPS 2021 Summer Learning website for suggested learning activities – Have a great summer!
Wellesley Public Schools is well-known in the community for its outstanding administrators and recently received industry recognition for the contributions of Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations Cindy Mahr. Last month, Ms. Mahr was announced as this year’s winner of the Massachusetts Association of School Business Officials’ (MASBO) President’s Award. On June 15, MASBO representatives attended a remote meeting of the Wellesley School Committee to formally present Ms. Mahr with the award, which is one of the highest honors in the organization, and recognizes her contributions to the growth and improvement of the profession and contributions to Wellesley Public Schools, the Wellesley community, and the Association.
June 7, 2021 (Wellesley, MA) – The Wellesley High School Class of 2021 includes 390 outstanding seniors and one extraordinary senior citizen. On Friday, June 4, 97-year old Cosmo Uttero received his Wellesley High School diploma, 78 years after he left WHS to enlist in the United States Army. Adding to the significance, the graduation ceremony took place on the very same weekend where 77 years ago Cosmo, a decorated World War II veteran, landed on Omaha Beach in Normandy, France on D-Day.
For Cosmo, the chance to finally receive his high school diploma is among the highlights of his life. “I think I’ve pretty much done it all,” he said. “I went back to Normandy in 2014, and now this. I guess you could say it’s the final nail in my coffin,” he joked.
Kindergarten: For children 5 years of age on or before August 31, 2021. Click for Registration Forms, Required Documents and More Information.
Grades 1-12: For New Student Registrations: Click for Registration Forms, Required Documents and More Information.
Child Find: Under federal and state special education regulations, the Wellesley Public Schools has a responsibility to locate, identify, refer, evaluation and if eligible, provide a free, appropriate, public education to students with disabilities who reside in the town of Wellesley. Click for more information.
Registration for 2020-21: Learn more about school and grade level reassignments for 2020-21.
On February 9, 2021, School Committee (SC) held a joint discussion with the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) regarding the School Department’s priorities for the Hunnewell Track and Field (T&F) projects, and then on February 23 voted to take the following actions:
- To move forward with a plan for bathrooms at the Hunnewell T&F using the funding approved at Annual Town Meeting in 2018; and
- To further explore team rooms & lighting as a package and engage with the Natural Resources Commission on developing a process for moving forward.
Please go to the School Building Committee website at this link for information and updates on these projects.
Please click here to view the final version of the WPS Profile of a Graduate.
Nothing from Tuesday, June 22 to Thursday, July 22.
View more upcoming dates:
- All-School Monthly View Calendar
- All-School List View Calendar
- Academic Calendar 2020-21 (Accessible)
- Academic Calendar 2020-21 (PDF)
Wellesley Public Schools District Offices
40 Kingsbury St, Lower Level, Wellesley MA 02481 • Directions
Office Tel: 781-446-6200
Voice Mail: 781-446-6210
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 4:15 PM