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Elementary Schools Coding Night: Games and Challenges for K-5 on Feb 9

The PTO STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) Council invites Woodland, Country, and Field School families to Coding Night at the Woodland Cafeteria and Gym on Thursday, February 9, from 5:30-7:30 pm. Kids can earn prizes by completing various coding games and challenges. No coding experience is necessary. Note that this is not a drop-off and drive-away-quickly event. Children are

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Last Chance to Attend Lunar New Year Gala – Registration Closing at 5 pm Feb 3

The WeStar Lunar New Year party on February 4 is nearly sold out. Now is your last chance to sign up and be amazed by sword-fighting, wushu fighitng, (hmmm, lots of fighting), games, magic shows as well as musical and dance performances. Also Food. Lots and lots of wonderful food. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, you’ll want to

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Best Art and Writing in the State: Congratulations to these WPS Students

Weston Public Schools are well-represented (what’s the euphemism? ‘for a school our size’) in the Massachusetts region of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Please join the Weston Public Schools Art and English departments in celebrating the winning students for creating some of the best art and writing in the state. You can see some of the art here. In art,

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WCL Looking for Love (and Volunteers) for COA Valentine Luncheon

For the WCL’s February Outreach, the group will be hosting a Valentine’s Day Luncheon for Weston’s Council on Aging on Friday, February 10 from 12-1:30 p.m. at the Weston Recreation Center. Please note that the WCL is halfway through a re-branding effort that has some items with “Women’s” Community League and some with “Weston” Community League, the latter being the

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“Reflections of METCO Students” – John Hudson Fundraiser is February 11

The annual Boston Weston METCO Parent Organization (BWMPO) John Hudson scholarship fundraiser is next Saturday, February 11 at 2 pm. This year’s presentation will feature METCO high school students and is entitled “Reflections of METCO Students: High School Student Perspectives.”  The conversation promises to be informative and engaging.  Please consider joining in the discussion at the event, and perhaps even continuing

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