What’s New:

Kindergarten Round-Up New Student Registration 2023-24

KindergartenFor children 5 years of age on or before August 31, 2023. Click for Registration Forms, Required Documents and More Information.

Grades 1-12:  Registration for Grades 1 through 12 will begin on March 1, 2023.

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.

Budget Cover Page FY24 Budget
Updating the WPS Strategic Plan

The Wellesley Public Schools is in the process of updating its district strategic plan, for implementation in 2023. The Strategic Planning Survey is open until February 10, 2023. Please visit the strategic planning page for a link and more information.

laptop icon MCAS Testing Schedule

The 2023 MCAS Testing Schedule for each grade level is now available.

MCAS Testing Schedule 2022-23

WPS Compass with Strategic Plan - Learning - Caring - Innovating MCAS Presentation

School Committee Presentation November 1, 2022

Spring 2022 MCAS Results

Aerial View of Hunnewell Track and Field Hunnewell Track & Field Project Updates

Hunnewell Track & Field Phase II Proposal Approved 

School Committee’s proposal to install bathrooms, team rooms, lights and an improved sound system – collectively known as Phase II Enhancements – on the Hunnewell Track & Field was approved by the Natural Resources Commission this past summer.

Catch up on the latest on the T&F Projects page 

apple Universal Free Schools Meals for the 2022-23 School Year

Massachusetts has extended universal free school meals through the 22-23 school year! This means that breakfast (MS/HS) and lunch will continue to be served at no cost to all students.  Families will continue to be financially responsible for second meals, a la carte offerings, and beverages. 

Even though meals are free for all, it remains extremely important for all families to complete the household Application for Free and Reduced Price Meals for the 2022-23 school year so that our district can continue to establish eligibility for P-EBT benefits, waive local fees, and serve families most effectively.

When returning the Application, we also ask that you complete and return the Sharing Information with Other Programs form as well.  If your student(s) qualify for free or reduced price meals, this allows us to share your information with other programs so that your student can receive additional benefits.

Free Services Website

Lunch Menus & Nutrition Info from Whitsons

SNAP Health Portal

Our department is in the process of implementing and launching this online health “portal” that partners with PowerSchool to allow access to the most up to date and direct access to your student’s health records on any device.

As part of the initial set up, emails were sent out to families from SNAP asking that you set up your personalized account. Please note that no action is required on your part right now and stay tuned for more information before the start of school.

Read more about the SNAP Health Portal on the WPS Nursing website.

Thank you,

Ashley Hulme, Director
Nursing Services

WPS Profile of a Graduate 2022-23
School Committee Statement Reaffirming the WPS Core Values, Mission and Vision

Please use this link to access the School Committee’s Statement of Reaffirmation.

Equity and Excellence Presentation – 2/15/22

Please use this link to access the Equity and Excellence Overview presented to the School Committee on February 15, 2022.

Wellesley Launches a Climate Action Plan with Actions to Meet Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goals

The Town of Wellesley’s new Climate Action Plan is a thoughtful roadmap for the future of our community and its residents.  Launched this month after more than a year of work, the Plan outlines specific actions Wellesley will take to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions causing climate change and to build resilience to climate change impacts.

The much-anticipated Climate Action Plan was developed with community-wide input and is organized along six pathways:  Governance, Energy, Buildings, Mobility, Natural Resources, and Waste.  Goals, strategies and actions are spelled out for each pathway.  Several of the Plan’s action steps are already underway!  To view the complete list of actions within each pathway, visit Climate Action Plan.

Stop Bullying Anti-Bullying

Please visit the WPS Anti-Bullying Resources page to learn more about bullying prevention or to report a bullying incident.

District Progress Reports
2016/2017 District Progress Report Cover
2017/2018 District Progress Report Cover
2018/2019 District Progress Report Cover
Information on Equity Lawsuit

Please use the following links to access information on the Equity Lawsuit:

WPS Statement on Lawsuit

Settlement Agreement – 2/2022

Upcoming Dates:

  • Early Release WHS
    Wednesday, February 1

  • Early Release WMS
    Wednesday, February 1

  • Winter Walk to School Day
    Wednesday, February 1

  • February Break - No School
    Monday, February 20

  • February Break - No School
    Tuesday, February 21

  • February Break - No School
    Wednesday, February 22

  • February Break - No School
    Thursday, February 23

  • February Break - No School
    Friday, February 24

View more upcoming dates:

General Information:

Wellesley Public Schools District Offices

40 Kingsbury St, Lower Level, Wellesley MA 02481 • Directions

Office Tel: 781-446-6200
Voice Mail: 781-446-6210
Fax: 781-446-6207

Business Hours:

Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 4:15 PM  

School Committee Policies

Policies Currently Under Review:

Bullying Policy, Prevention and Intervention Plan – redlined


Click here for all School Committee Policies. The advanced search feature allows you to search all policies by keyword or phrase.

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