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Welcome to Waltham Public Schools! We serve more than 5,500 students from diverse backgrounds with courses and activities designed to prepare them for success in the 21st Century. Our school system offers public education to our children while simultaneously enriching the quality of life in the community and offering a broad range of academic, artistic, and athletic options and opportunities for students. We strive to be the first choice of all families in the wonderful #OneWaltham community!

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Superintendent's Artist Spotlight
January 17, 2017
Wow, this third grade student at Stanley Elementary school has talent! Her interpretation of Edvard Munch’s “The Cry”or “The Scream is incredible!
Course Selection Informational Meeting
January 10, 2017
Attention Grade 8 parents and Incoming Grade 9 parents! Waltham High School Principal Demeo invites you to an informational meeting where you will learn about the course selection process at Waltham High School. Mr. Demeo and Program Directors will share information about High School programs and provide guidance in the course selection process.
Superintendent's Artist Spotlight
January 5, 2017
After researching animals indigenous to Africa, grade 7 student artists created a three dimensional box with African animal features by using both slab and hand-building techniques appropriate to ceramics. The result? The coolest 3D rhino ever!
A Letter from Superintendent Echelson to the Waltham Community
December 23, 2016
In a letter to the Waltham Community, Dr. Echelson wishes everyone a Happy Holiday! In his letter, Dr Echelson also shares reflections on the Waltham High School building project, insights into the timeline for completion of the district’s strategic plan, a competitive grant opportunity, and an update on a team that will address culture, climate and inclusion in the Waltham Public Schools community.
Waltham Schools Transition to Google this Spring
December 15, 2016
In an exciting move toward a more streamlined approach toward effective communication, Dr. Elizabeth Homan, Administrator of EdTech Integration, has announced a timeline for a gradual and phased plan to implement GMail as the single e-mail and calendar system for Waltham Public Schools. There are three phases outlined in Dr. Homan's plan, beginning in February 2017. All phases are detailed with expectations and steps to consider for a smooth transition.

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Feb
20
Winter Vacation: No School
Category District Master Calendar
Dates & Times Starts: 02/20/2017 @ All Day
Ends: 02/24/2017 @ All Day
Feb
21
Winter Vacation: No School
Category District Master Calendar
Dates & Times Starts: 02/20/2017 @ All Day
Ends: 02/24/2017 @ All Day
Feb
22
Winter Vacation: No School
Category District Master Calendar
Dates & Times Starts: 02/20/2017 @ All Day
Ends: 02/24/2017 @ All Day
Feb
23
Winter Vacation: No School
Category District Master Calendar
Dates & Times Starts: 02/20/2017 @ All Day
Ends: 02/24/2017 @ All Day
Feb
24
Winter Vacation: No School
Category District Master Calendar
Dates & Times Starts: 02/20/2017 @ All Day
Ends: 02/24/2017 @ All Day
Mar
10
Early Release Day: All Schools
Category District Master Calendar
Dates & Times 03/10/2017
All Day

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RT @WHSLBRY: Come welcome our new librarian Ms. Tierney to @walthamhs today, staff and students! @Rebrarian
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