A Year to Grow

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Sharing a vision & Seeking your feedback

We made it through the first full week of school last week! Despite the various matters that may cause frustration for all of us, when we keep our focus on offering our best to our kids, great things happen!

Our plan is to share this bulletin each week, and we could use your help. If you have information you'd like shared as part of this bulletin, please email wthsbulletin@wtps.org

the information you'd like included. It's never too soon or too late to share ideas or information, since the goal is to make this a weekly sharing platform.

Share anything positive - births or birthdays, personal accomplishments or accomplishments of colleagues or departments, or even individual lessons or contacts with students that we can be proud of.

Let's make it a great year together!

WTHS Administration

Shout Outs and Celebrations

Congratulations to our World Language Department for their work in securing a $20,000 scholarship awarded by the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE). This scholarship will be used to provide financial assistance to our students looking to pursue summer study abroad programs.

Congratulations to Toni (Raymond) Silvestri, who married her husband, Bruce on Friday night!

Thanks to Mr. Zachowski for sharing via twitter information on this new app for students. Please consider sharing it with your students. It's free!

TEch tip of the week

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Quote Of The Week

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INSPiring song of the week

Natasha Bedingfield - Unwritten (US Version) (Official Video)


































  • Students that arrive late to homeroom and all classes must be marked as late in powerschool.
  • No student should be sent from class without a pass.
  • Students must be displaying their ID badge at all times. If they arrive to class without an ID badge, a discipline referral must be submitted.
  • Teachers are encouraged and reminded to use various technology tools as part of our effort to regularly communicate with students and parents. Keep your schoolwires page up-to-date!
  • Staff will receive professional development hours for the time they commit to improve their skills by working with Mr. Hanlon.


Ann Moore, Executive Principal

Steve Selby, 9/10 Executive Assistant Principal

Jonathan Strout, 11/12 Executive Assistant Principal

Steve Cordner, 11th Grade Assistant Principal

Angela Costello, 9th Grade Assistant Principal

Jennifer Grimaldi, Director of School Counseling

Kevin Murphy, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director

Rich O'Neill, 12th Grade Assistant Principal

John Saverase, 10th Grade Assistant Principal