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Monday, February 27, 2017


Next Meeting 
March 1, 2017
Room 115
1:15-2:15


WELCOME BACK !!!!

HOPE EVERYONE HAD FUN AND GOT SOME REST!!! NOTHING LIKE A WEEK OFF TO RECHARGE FOR THE SECOND HALF OF THE YEAR!

WE ARE MORE THAN HALF WAY THROUGH THE SCHOOL YEAR!!!

AGENDA

Welcome back!!!

What one activity did you like best over your break?

Share thank you note from Ms. Hughes and Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates!

Continue with our work on PSA project.
Activities in and Around Wayland  

Upcoming Events - All Grades
2/27: Classes resume
3/2: String Jamboree @ 7:00 PM WHS Field House
3/4: Junior District Concerts @ 1:00 PM Lincoln-Sudbury HS
3/6: World Language Week at WMS!!
3/8: Wayland Sings @ 7:00 PM WHS Field House

For our Boston Residents
Boston Residents Pot Luck Social!
Wednesday, March 1 at 7:00 PM at BPH - Roxbury Crossing
Please join us for an evening food, games and socializing.You are welcome to bring an appetizer, main dish, dessert or just yourself and your family! Please also bring a board game or two to play.

We'll meet at BOSTON POLICE HEADQUARTERS, 1 Schroeder Plaza, Roxbury Crossing   
We look forward to see all of our Boston Residents at this event.
QUESTIONS? Please contact your child's school principal.


String Jamboree!
Wayland High School Field House
Thursday, March 2 at 7:00 PM
Come and hear string musicians from grades 3 - 12 play! Middle school ensembles include 6th grade and 7th & 8th grade Orchestras.  An exciting progression of pieces is sure to delight and entertain.
See you at the field house for this not-to-be-missed musical event!


MMEA Junior District Concert
Lincoln-Sudbury
Saturday, March 4 at 1:00 PM
Over 30 middle school musicians will be rehearsing all day Friday and performing on Saturday! Please support our amazing student musicians!

1:00 PM - Band
2:00 PM - Orchestra
3:00 PM - Jazz Band & Treble Chorus
4:00 PM - Mixed Chorus

Tickets are $10.00. For more information click HERE.


NEXT WEEK: World Languages Week 2017
Celebrating Language and Culture at WMS!
March 6 - 10, 2017
World Language Week kicks off on Next Monday!
We'll be sharing our cultures, tasting different food, and watching a cultural performance sponsored by our PTO! There will be special food for lunch in the dining room, Students can participate by dressing up each day of the week:

Mon. 3/6 - Where you're from, where you've been, where you'd like to go one day:
wear anything with a foreign phrase on it, a traditional outfit, etc.

Tues. 3/7 - French: wear Bleu, Blanc [white], Rouge

Wed. 3/8 - Chinese: wear  红  Hóng
Thurs. 3/9 - Spanish: wear Amarillo, Rojo

Fri. 3/10 - Latin: wear Purpureus, Aureus [gold]










ScreenagersGrowing up in the Digital Age
Thursday, March 30, at 7:00 pm at Wayland HIGH School

Screenagers Registration Info!
The PTO is excited to be sponsoring a screening and discussion ofScreenagers: Growing up in the Digital Age. There will not be a daytime screening for students – we suggest that parents/guardians and their students attend the evening event together.  This is NOT a drop-off event, and parents are asked to sit with their students.  The post-screening discussion will be moderated by Dr. Mark Kline, the Clinical Director of Human Relations Service in Wellesley.  A suggested $5/family donation will be collected at the door to offset the costs of the event.

To Register:
Registration is now open for Wayland Middle School families.  To register, email your name, your student’s name, the number of attendees in your party, and a contact email address toWaylandMiddleSchoolPTO@gmail.com.  We will respond with a confirmation that we have received your request.

For non-WMS attendees, please follow the same instructions, and we will begin a first come, first served wait-list.  On March 1, we will fill in available spaces from the wait-list (in the order they were received), and registration will then be open to the general public until the screening.  

Please contact us at WaylandMiddleSchoolPTO@gmail.com with any questions, and check out the movie trailer here: Screenagers Trailer.

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