The monthly Good Newsletter for Wareham High School is available. Click here to read all the up to date information at Wareham High School including Important Dates, PARCC Update, Student of the Month and Viking Ship Awards, and all about the trip to Italy!
17th – Term 3 Report Cards Issued
School closes for April Vacation
27th – School Opens
1st Senior Final Exam Make up
5th Graduation Day (Rain Date June 6th)
23rd-26th – Final Exams Underclassman
29th–Final Exam Make up / Last Day of School (1/2 day)
4th AP Testing – Environmental Science & Chemistry
5th AP Testing – Calculus
6th AP Testing – Literature and Composition
8th AP TestingStudio Art & US History
11th AP Testing – Biology
12th MCAS Math Session 1 – Grade 10
13th MCAS Math Session 2 – Grade 10
13th AP Testing – English Language and Composition
13th AP Testing – Statistics
15th AP Testing – MicroEconomics
18th & 19th – PARCC EOY ELA – Grade 11
20th & 22nd – PARCC EOY ELA – Grade 9
21st – Early Release
25th – Memorial Day
26th – 29th – Senior Final Exams
26th & 27th – PARCC EOY Math – Grade 11
28th & 29th – PARCC EOY Math – Grade 9
Develop a Passion for Learning
“I believe that education is all about being excited about something. Seeing passion and enthusiasm helps push and educational message.” Steve Irwin
As educators, leaders, parents, and concerned citizens, many of us are in a position to be an agent of change. Our minds and voices interact and collaborate every day to face the obstacles and hurdles that affect our community. Deeply stirred by educational issues faced by our students, we search for the illusive “thing” that drives the change we so eagerly seek. Why are we enthusiastic about certain causes and what shapes our stances on particular issues? What force propels us to become educators? Why do we devote our lives to educating our students and children?
The answer is passion. Passion motivates us to strive and achieve goals that are meaningful to us. We all learn from one another, even my own learning is thought provokingly challenged and altered every day. Endless possibilities exist, and we should all be excited to provide our students with the educational tools to pursue their dreams, passions, and unlock the many opportunities that await them.
To find information regarding Preschool Screenings for Peer Partners, click here!
Science Fair Projects will be displayed on March 11 at the Wareham Middle School from 6-7 P.M.
Come take a look and see all the amazing things the students have done!
The above is a link to a parent survey regarding possible make-up days. We hope you will take a few minutes and share your input.
Kindergarten Registration scheduled for tonight, March 5, at the John W. Decas Elementary School has been cancelled. If there will be a scheduled make-up, it will be posted on both the district and elementary websites.
Wareham Public Schools will be closed today March 5, 2015.
There will be a 2 hour delay at Wareham Public Schools today, Thursday March 5, 2015. There will be no pre-kindergarten.
The 2015-2016 registration for Kindergarten begins March 3rd. Click here to download the packet.
All after school activities including CARE and PM2 classes have been cancelled today February 26.
There will no school at all Wareham Public Schools on Tuesday February 10, 2015.
Wareham Public Schools will be closed today, Monday February 9, 2015.
The school nurses would like to inform and reassure parents that we are tracking any and all symptoms that may be related to the recent multi-state outbreak of measles. To date there have been no reported cases in Massachusetts. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention believes it is likely that a visitor who was infected with measles visited a theme park on the West Coast during their infectious period.
Measles is a disease caused by a virus. It may present as cold or flu symptoms at first. A few days later a red blotchy rash starts on the face, and then spreads to the body. It is most dangerous for children under the age of 5 and those with a weakened immune system.
All school age children in Massachusetts are required to have 2 doses of the MMR (Mumps, Measles and Rubella) vaccine to attend. The first dose should not be given before the child’s first birthday. The second dose is required before the child starts kindergarten.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact your childs’s pediatrician.
There will be no school in the Wareham Public School District Monday February 2, 2015.