It's Lit! - Deadline

pen and paper

Submissions to It’s Lit! A Celebration of Student Writing are due May 6, 2016! A student committee will assist with the selection and production of the publication.

Event Date(s): 
Friday, May 6, 2016 (All day)

Stand for the Silent

Stand for the Silent banner

On Friday April 29th, the Worcester Public Schools is taking part of the “Stand for the Silent" Day. Stand for the Silent has become one of the leading and most effective anti-bullying organizations, whose mission is to bring awareness to bullying and the real devastation it causes.

Event Date(s): 
Friday, April 29, 2016 (All day)

North High Community Yard Sale and Sneaker Convention

yard sale items in a box

This is a fundraiser to raise money for a North High School van!

Event Date(s): 
Saturday, April 30, 2016 -
8:00am to 3:00pm

April Vacation Week Activities at WPL

Worcester Public Library logo

The Worcester Public Library has a variety of special events and programs planned for school vacation week at the Main Library from Tuesday, April 19 to Saturday, April 23.

Family Education Night and Dinner

North Polar Bears logo

On Tuesday, April 5th, North High School hosted their 3rd parent dinner of the year. Thirty one tables manned by guidance counselors, community partners and students offered information on College and Career options, Advanced Placement courses and community resources. In attendance were over 300 families. The evening ended with a catered dinner supported by a mini-grant from WEDF.

Young Woman of Consequence Award

Ed Augustus, Kellie Becker, and Lynn Thibault

Ms. Lynn Thibault was presented with the Young Woman of Consequence award by Senator Harriette Chandler on Thursday, March 24 at City Hall. Mayor Petty, J. McGovern, Ed  Augustus, Konstantina Lukes were in attendance at the event. According to North High School Guidance Counselor Kellie Becker, "We are fortunate to have Lynn as a student [at North High School] for the past three years. Lynn has excelled while studying rigorous courses at the Honors and Advanced Placement level.

Clark University Splash

Clark ESP logo

Splash offers a full day of over 100 classes taught by Clark students to over 400 local students in grades 5-12. We believe that by giving students the opportunity and freedom to take classes outside of the traditional K-12 curriculum, they will become more curious, motivated, and engaged learners as they kindle new and old passions. Splash classes include introductions to advanced academic topics, hands on experiments, discussions of current issues, and visual and performing arts lessons.

Event Date(s): 
Sunday, April 10, 2016 -
10:00am to 5:00pm

2016 WPS Science and Engineering Fair

lab with teacher and students

The Worcester Public Schools Science Fair is now playing on WEA-TV 11, Channel 191. You can also stream our future scientists and inventors in action, on demand.

11th Annual Book Drive

Worcester the city that reads logo

The kick off for the eleventh annual book drive by Worcester: the City that Reads Committee to collect books (Prek to grade 8) for summer reading begins on March 21st  with its theme of "Spring into Books" and will continue until May 15th. The Committee was founded by John and Anne-Marie Monfredo twelve years ago in an attempt to promote literacy in the community, put books into the hands of children who lack books in their homes, and to promote the importance of being a life time reader.

Event Date(s): 
Sunday, May 15, 2016 (All day)

WPS Celebrates At St. Patrick's Parade

St Patrick's Day seal.

Thank you South High School’s Grand Marshall Maureen Binienda, Marching Band, ROTC, and Cheerleaders. Thank you North High School’s Drum Corp, ROTC and Cheerleaders. And of course, thank you to our WPS Elite Runners. A great day was had by all!

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