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District News!
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SCHOOLS RECEIVE APPLE GRANTS
Union Hill School and Woodland Academy are the proud recipients of Apple grants through the White House ConnectED initiative. By giving students access to the latest technology and powerful learning tools, we're working to transform the classroom into a place of deeper exploration and creativity! Read news release...
CLARK UNIVERSITY SPLASH PROGRAM
Splash gives the opportunity for high school students in the Worcester area to come to Clark and take classes taught by Clark professors, undergraduate students, and graduate students. Read more...

When: November 16, 2014
Registration: ends November 10th
WAM COMMUNITY DAY
"DIA DE LOS MUERTOS"
Join the Worcester Arts Museum for this community celebration of the Mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead). This feast for the eyes will include performances, artmaking, food, and more. Free with museum admission, which is FREE from 10am to 12pm! Saturday, November 1, 2014, 10am-5pm
FLU CLINICS
sneezing maleGet protected this season, attend a Worcester Public Schools flu clinic:
 
Union Hill School
October 27, 2014
4:00 – 6:00 P.M.


Goddard School of Science and Technology
November 5, 2014
4:00 – 6:00 P.M.


Worcester Arts Magnet
November 6, 2014
3:30 – 5:30 P.M.


DPH, Meade Street (WPS Staff)
November 10, 2014
2:00 – 4:30 P.M.


Elm Park Community School
November 13, 2014
3:30 – 5:30 P.M.

THE FIFTH ANNUAL STATE OF THE SCHOOLS ADDRESS
 
View Dr. Melinda J. Boone's Fifth Annual State of the Schools Address held on October 20, 2014.

Click on the video screen below to play, double click on it to make it play full screen.

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WORCESTER PIPELINE COLLABORATIVE ON WCVB
WCVB featured Worcester Pipeline Collaborative, a program that provides "mentoring, job-shadowing, specialized programs, speakers and trips focused on learning", with Worcester East Middle School, North High and UMass Memorial Medical Center. View full story...
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WEDF TO HONOR ALUMNI & UNUM
The Worcester Educational Development Foundation’s (WEDF) Distinguished Alumni and Friends of the Worcester Public Schools Awards committee announced its 2014 honorees to be recognized at a reception and dinner to be held at The College of the Holy Cross on Monday, November 10, 2014. Read more...
ATTENDANCE MATTERS FACT:
By 9th grade, missing 20% of school can be a better predictor of drop-out than 8th grade test scores.
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CONGRATULATIONS ROBERT PEZZELLA
Worcester Public Schools Safety Liaison Mr. Robert Pezzella will be the recipient of the "Changemaker for Children" Award at the YOU Ball - Gala for Kids! November 8th at Mechanics Hall.
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COLUMBUS DAY PARADE AWARDS
Congratulations to North High School, South High School and Burncoat High School in the Columbus Day Parade. The parade committee issued the following awards: 

Marching Bands, Musical: second place, South High Community School Marching Band 

Color Guards/Drill Teams: first place, North High School JROTC; second place, South High Community School JROTC; third place, Burncoat High School JROTC
COLUMBUS DAY ART CONTEST WINNERS
Students from various grade levels participated in the Columbus Day Art Contest. The six winning artists and other participants marched in the Columbus Day Parade. The winning posters will be on display at business establishments on Shrewsbury Street. View winners
WAWECUS ROAD SCHOOL SETS ATTENDANCE MARK
For students at Wawecus Rd. School, Attendance Matters! For the week of September 28, they had a very impressive 97% attendance and 1 % tardies! Congratulations Wawecus students, keep up the good work! View this program and other WEA-TV favorites at channel-11.worcesterschools.org by clicking on the Archive Programs link.
WPS NURSING SERVICES

Nursing Services are available at the Parent Information Center Monday, Wednesday, & Friday from 8:30am to 3:30pm. View flyer...
 
WORCESTER: THE CITY THAT READS & SMILES
"World Smile Day" is Friday, October 3. To celebrate, Worcester is launching a literacy campaign that is sure to make people smile! Worcester - The City That Reads and Smiles, is sponsoring free literacy activities across Worcester, both in the schools and in public venues like the Worcester Public Library, The Hanover Theatre, Worcester Common, and the EcoTarium. Read more...
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