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Vandalism At The Scout House

By Katie Collett You may have heard about the vandalism at the Wayland Scout house near the Wayland Town Beach, but I am going to tell you more details about the situation and how it affected the students here.  Three teenagers broke into the scout house and vandalized it. They smashed through the door with […]

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WHS Starred in Newsela

By Anya Bayazitov Wayland High School recently featured in a popular news site that you might have heard of, for it is a common resource for teachers and students here at the middle school. The website is called Newsela, and the reason we are in it is not because of an amazIng sports game, or […]

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Baseball’s Back

By Joey Fay During the lockout, no trades or free-agent signings were allowed so now that the lockout is over, let’s take a look at some of the notable free agent signings in the past few days: Corey Seager- Ten year contract with the Texas Rangers. Javier Baez- Six year contract with the Detroit Tigers. […]

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Welcoming Ms. Turcot! 

By Brendan McGonegal  We recently gained a new member of the Wayland Middle School community, and we decided to do a welcome interview for her. Ms. Turcot is a 6th/7th grade English teacher, and we asked her the important questions about her and her work. Welcome to the WMS community, Ms. Turcot! Me: How long […]

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Lockers: Hit or Miss? 

By Ben Oleson  With the new addition of lockers, we have some bountiful information on how your fellow students (and even some teachers) like or dislike the new addition. We interviewed some children doing after school activities from all the grades how they liked lockers, and overwhelmingly, it mostly positive! For example, we interviewed 6th […]