At the Butterfly Garden at Sprague, paid for by a Ruth S Walter grant, 2nd grade teacher Lisa Mortarelli releases a butterfly
WHS teacher Chad Weirick plays music from George Gershwin following the dedication of the new piano at the High School funded through POPS and WEF's Pave the Plaza campaign
Students plant seedlings in the Sprague Gardens, funded by WEF, on Sprague school’s “Give Back Day"
Sprague students proudly display their completed projects during an after-school activity designed to engage students, K-5, in the construction of models using LEGOS Robotics funded by WEF to enhance the knowledge of engineering principles.
WEF purchased a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) kit for Doug Brown at WHS. A student uses the kit on cheek cells to separate DNA from other cellular matter in an attempt to amplify a gene that may be linked to "risk-taking."
JOIN US for
a Community Screening & Discussion:
"Most Likely to Succeed"
The Wellesley Public Schools in partnership with the Wellesley Education Foundation invite you to attend any one of 5 screenings of the award-winning film "Most Likely to Succeed," to be followed by a discussion.