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District News!
SUPERINTENDENT'S HOLIDAY MESSAGE

ANNUAL HOLIDAY CONCERT OPEN HOUSE
Dr. Boone with City Manager and Dr. Durkin
WPS Superintendent Dr. Melinda Boone stands with City Manager Edward M. Augustus, Jr. and former WPS Superintendent Dr. John E. Durkin during the Annual Holiday Concert Open House.

The event took place at the Dr. John E. Durkin Administration Building.
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WPS TEACHER AWARDED RAYTHEON EiE SCHOLARSHIP
Raytheon Company is awarding 36 Engineering is Elementary (EiE) Scholarships to teachers in disadvantaged, rural or inner city schools across the country. Each teacher will receive $2,500 towards implementing the innovative EiE curriculum developed by the Museum of Science, Boston. Worcester Public School teacher Taimi Paadre of Claremont Academy in Worcester is one of the recipients. Read more...
THE PASSING OF TED COGHLIN

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Mr. Edwin B. “Ted” Coghlin, Jr. We join the community in celebrating the life and legacy of Ted Coghlin who was the champion of 21st Century Technical Education. Read more...
FOOTBALL MVP AWARD RECIPIENTS
Congratulations to the High School Football MVP Award Recipients

North High School: The "John 'Red' Comer Award" winner was Madison Greene

South High Community School: The "John O’Neil Award" winner was Jordan Barber

Doherty Memorial High School: The "Ralph Raymond Award" winner was Jahkari Carpenter

Burncoat High School:  The "Brian Dougal Award" winner was Nathan Dubay
CHANDLER MAGNET EDUCATOR RECOGNIZED FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE
"Mary-Margaret Ladd Mara, who teaches pre-kindergarten at the Chandler Magnet Elementary School in Worcester, was selected by Worcester State University in recognition of her accomplishments as a teacher and as a role model for students for service to the community." Read more...
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STUDENTS RECEIVE GIFT OF CULTURAL ENGAGEMENT
The George I. Alden Trust and the Stoddard Charitable Trust have granted the gift of cultural engagement to more than 13,000 students in the Worcester Public Schools. The awards totaling more than $150,000 have been made to the Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. (WEDF). Read more...
SULLIVAN MIDDLE RECEIVES $10,000 DONATION
The Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. (WEDF) is pleased to announce that is has received an anonymous $10,000 donation to support the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) initiatives plus related program needs at Dr. Arthur F. Sullivan Middle School (SMS). Read more...
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CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS HAS MOVED WEA-TV 11
Over the years you have been enjoying great programming by WEA-TV 11 on Channel 11. From here on, WEA-TV 11 will now be seen on Channel 191 on the Charter Communications channel line-up. You will need to have Charter Digital equipment to continue viewing WEA-TV 11, Worcester's leader in Worcester Public Schools events. If you need assistance or have any questions, you can call Charter at 1-888-438-2427.  You can also view archived episodes anytime on our website http://channel-11.worcesterschools.org
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CONGRATULATIONS ROBERT PEZZELLA
Worcester Public Schools Safety Liaison Mr. Robert Pezzella will be the recipient of the "Changemaker for Children" Award at the YOU Ball - Gala for Kids! November 8th at Mechanics Hall.
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