Guidelines for Submission of Narrative or Flyers

All narrative and flyers must meet the District’s guidelines for inclusion. The guidelines provide that items must be directly related to school- or Town-based community events. The Wellesley Public Schools is not responsible for any misprints and/or misinformation contained within a flyer, or any flyer(s) that do not get posted to the webpage. The Wellesley Public Schools will do its best to accommodate all posting requests in a timely manner. and will typically post items on Fridays. No new flyers will be posted during the summer, the first week of school, school vacations or the last full week of school. Narrative and/or flyers should be submitted for approval to Addie Doherty at

Wellesley Education Foundation Fundraiser – January 27, 2019

Please support Wellesley Education Foundation on Sunday January 27th at 1:15 at Orange Theory Wellesley for a class to raise funds for our marathon runner, Jessica Scarpelli.  $25.00/class, please sign up via link:

WEF Marathon Fundraiser

Please add “OT class” in comments section.  Contact with any questions, 781-454-6659.
Hunnewell Feasibility Study Public Forum – January 29th @ 7 pm

Tuesday January 29, 2019 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Hunnewell School Gymnasium

The School Building Committee invites you to join us for an update on the feasibility study including progress on educational programming, site exploration, sustainability goals and swing space.

  • Hear the study architects present concept design options for a new or rebuilt school.
  • Break into small groups to ask questions, discuss and provide feedback on the short list of options tentatively selected for detailed study.
  • Learn about the next steps in the process and opportunities for further input.

For more information:

Go to  

View Tentative Short List of Concept Design Options

Email us at


Recycling in Crisis Talk – January 31, 2018

Recycling in Crisis Talk by RDF Superintendent

“Massachusetts’ Waste Problem, Recycling in Crisis, and Why We’re Focused on Food Waste” is the title of a talk by Jeff Azano-Brown , Wellesley’s Recycling and Disposal Facility Superintendent, which will be held on January 31, 2019, at 7 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Wellesley Hills.  The talk will be held over dessert and coffee, and is free and open to the public.  It is co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Wellesley, Sustainable Wellesley, and The Green Sanctuary Ministry Team of UU Wellesley Hills.

POPS Cabaret 2019! February 8, 2019 7 pm
COME TO THE CABARET! Wellesley Parents of Performing Students (POPS) invites you in our inaugural benefit event – POPS Cabaret 2019.  This much anticipated gala will take place on Friday, February 8, 2019 at the The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN). Guests will enjoy student performances, a strolling dinner by Baker’s Best, and live and silent auctions all in celebration and support of performing arts education and appreciation in our community.  Reserve your tickets today:
Proceeds from the Cabaret will support K-12 performing arts education and appreciation throughout our district. If you’d like to get more involved in planning this extraordinary evening, we’re looking for silent and live auction donations and volunteers to join POPS’ stellar gala committee.
Be part of a magical night supporting performing arts in our community! 
Wellesley Little League Registration

Registration for Spring 2019 Wellesley Youth Baseball & Softball is OPEN!  

League for all ages!  Softball and Baseball for Grades K through 6;   Ages 13 to 16 for Senior League.

Register by February 15th! 


School Committee Office Hours

The School Committee is pleased to continue to schedule ‘office hours’ which provide the community an opportunity for engagement with one or two members of the Committee on a monthly basis.  Sessions are currently scheduled for:  January 10, 2019, 9 to 10 am – Tolles Parson CenterFebruary 14, 7 to 8 pm, WHS Faculty Dining RoomMarch 14, 9 to 10 am – Great Hall, Town Hall; April 11, 7 to 8 pm, Wellesley Library, 2nd floor conference Room; May 9, 9 to 10 am – Great Hall, Town Hall; and June 13, 7 to 8 pm WHS Faculty Dining Room.

Any community members who wish to engage with the Committee but cannot attend office hours are encouraged to participate in Public Comment at a future meeting, or email the Committee at

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