2022-2023 School Year Calendar

2022-2023 Student Handbook

Middle School Clubs

Calendar Sales Winners
1/1Phyillis Hart
1/2 Deb Rollins
1/3 The Kriger Family
1/4 Louise Moheban
1/5 Will Rosenbaum
1/6 Ben Grace
1/7 Emily Strehle
1/8 Chuck Hughes
1/9 Lisa Goodman 
1/10 Karen Stack
1/11 Chantal Balben
1/12 Natatlie Garibaldi
1/13 Christa Flanagan
1/14 Rena Poput
1/15 Robin Sklar
1/16 William Paul
1/17 Gilbert Bigord
1/18 Rich Quinn
1/19 Kara Brown
1/20 Rita Tse
1/21 Danielle Frenzel
1/22 Laurie Yousefi
1/23 Tully Jay
1/24 Tina O'Connor
1/25 Luanne Duesterberg
1/26 Liz Rhinehart


1/27 End of Quarter 2
2/1 Early Release, 12:20
2/2 Henry Cluster Cross Country Ski Trip
2/3 Thoreau Cluster Cross Country Ski Trip
2/9 February School Council Meeting (virtual)

2/17 Winter Recess Begins at End of Day

2/27 Classes Resume
3/13-3/17 World Language Week
3/16 March School Council Meeting (virtual)

4/7 No School, Good Friday
4/13 April School Council Meeting (virtual)

4/14 Spring Recess Begins at End of Day

4/24/23 Classes Resume
5/8 8th Grade DC Trip
5/18 May School Council Meeting (virtual)
5/24- 5/26 7th Grade Cape Trip

5/29 No School, Memorial Day
6/8 June School Council Meeting (virtual)
6/15 Tentative last day for Students (early release)



Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:40 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:40 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

To Report an Absence or Late Arrival 
[email protected]
(or call 
508.358.3801 and select option 1)

To arrange for early dismissal (for appointments etc.click here

Bell Schedule 
M, T, Th, F bell schedule
Wednesday bell schedule

WMS School Improvement Plan 2022-2023
4/14 Connect Talk with Jason Verhoosky
DESE/DPH COVID Protocols 3/3/22

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REACH Beyond Domestic Violence Zoom Recording 1/11/22
HAC: Parent Tutorial
HAC: Creating a Home Access Account (HAC)
Student Withdrawal Form

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Mission Statement

Wayland Middle School is a community of learners. We strive to provide a rigorous, stimulating academic environment in which students find both challenge and support. We nurture a sense of curiosity, connection, and love of learning that extends beyond the middle school years. With equal regard, we support the development of social skills by encouraging a fundamental respect for oneself, our environment, and the larger world. Our house mentors - Henry David Thoreau, Rachel Louise Carson, and Martin Luther King, Jr. – model for us individual and collective responsibility and our role in fostering justice. We promote their teachings as we care for every member of our community.

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