Monday, January 16
No School
Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Building is Closed

WCVB Channel 5’s Chronicle 7:30 p.m.
Anthony Everett talks to some Wellesley High School students about the relationships they’ve developed as a result of METCO and covers the history that brings the program to their 50th anniversary.

Tuesday, January 17 Day 2
School Council 2:40 p.m.
Main Office Conference Room

Wednesday, January 18 Day 3
Evolutions Mid Year Expo
Cafeteria 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, January 24
Last Day of Term 2
Make Up Day – No Classes

Band Step Up Concert
Auditorium 7:00 p.m.

Denise Pope, Challenge Success “The Well Balanced Student”
Library 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 25 Day 7
Start of Term 3
2nd Semester Begins

Thursday, January 26 Day 1
Orchestra Step Up Concert
Auditorium 7:00 p.m.

Friday, January 27 Day 2
GLoW Coffee House
Cafeteria 6:30 p.m.
Come support the GLoW club!


Opportunities for Students

Unique opportunity: The Fund for Wellesley and the Foundation for MetroWest are offering an amazing opportunity to HS students living and learning in Wellesley. Youth in Philanthropy (YIP) is a free, 17-week extracurricular program for high school students that offers an introduction to various forms of philanthropy and community involvement. YIP opens students’ eyes to what is around them by exposing them to the needs that exist in our community, reading real grant applications that come in to the Foundation for MetroWest, and ultimately working as a team to award $10,000 in grants to local youth-serving nonprofits. Terrific opportunity to learn about giving, evaluating and leading. For more information go here: Applications are due January 17, to apply go here:

WHS Service trip this June 24th thru July 1st to New Orleans! You do not have to be a Key Club member to go!! Open to all!!

Rebuilding New Orleans- While progress has been made in the years since the levees breached during Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans still has a long way to go to fully recover from the storm. Be part of the recovery process as you help rebuild homes and assist the city and surrounding parishes to become greener through grassroots initiatives. When not working on service projects, there will be time to enjoy the charm of this amazing city. This program trip is for students who are interested in learning about New Orleans’ recovery while experiencing the local culture and flavor of the area. Program Includes: * 7 nights of accommodation * All meals all days * All transportation * Rustic Pathways full time international and local guides * All activities as detailed in your itinerary * Rustic Pathways 24-hour emergency support throughout program * All airport taxes and departure fees (once flight is booked and confirmed) * All fees, community service donations, and guide tips. Deadline is Friday, January 13, 2017. For more information, email Maura Renzella at mrenzella

For information and all the details check it out here:

The Weeks Ahead Bulletin 01/12/17
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