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Contact Info.
50 Columbia Street
Watertown MA 02472

Directions to WHS

Main Office
617 926-7760

Student Absentee Notice
617 926-7730

Faculty Absentee Notice
1-800-942-3767

Fax Number
617 926-7723

Hours of Operation

Office Hours
7:30am - 3:30pm

School Session
7:55am - 2:30pm

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Student Handbooks


Program of Studies
FY15 POS


WHS School-Wide Writing Rubric


WHS Site Council

Secondary Level Survey PEP Grant
Enhanced Lockdown





Memorial Day Assembly
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Speech by Sarah (pdf)
Speech by Issac (pdf)
Speech by Stefonos (pdf)
Speech by Stella & James (pdf)





"Walk for Hunger 2015"


For the second time Dr. Sharma, a substitute teacher for Watertown Public Schools participated with the 2015 Walk for Hunger / Project Bread fundraiser. Dr. Sharma successfully walked the 20 mile challenge and was able to raise $257.00.

The following photos are pictures taken by Dr. Sharma on his walk.
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Summer Fitness Program 2015 - "Fit, Fun for Life"
There is a great Summer Fitness opportunity available for students entering grades 6 through 12, made possible by the PEP (Physical Education Program) Grant! If you want to learn how to take better care of your health, come join us! Space is limited, so sign up for this FREE Summer Fitness Program soon! Click here for more details.



Press Release


The Watertown Public Schools have experienced an overwhelming response to Watertown High School’s (WHS) efforts to create a mascot for WHS. There is clearly a great deal of support for, and pride in, our schools. We have heard from alumni, current students, parents and other community members who have commented on all sides of this complex issue.  We want a mascot behind which everyone can rally. That is the purpose of a mascot.  Watertown has shown itself to be an extraordinary community in its willingness and ability to work together and support each other in some difficult situations.  We want to take advantage of that strength, slow the process down a bit, and allow for more dialogue. Even when we disagree, we must come together to work out a solution. Sometimes the best solutions arise through respectful conversation, enriched by a diversity of thoughts and opinions. As a former student has written, “Though it may take more time, I think that it is more important to get this right in the long run rather than rush into something and still find that people are unhappy with the final decision.”

 

We are listening to the concerns of many community members.  In the coming weeks, the School District will reach out to members of the community to create opportunities for their voices to be heard.

 


Jean M. Fitzgerald, Ed.D.                        Shirley Lundberg              

Superintendent                                       Principal

Watertown Public Schools                      Watertown High School



Goings on at Watertown High School….                 5.22.2015 edition

Upcoming Events:

May 25 – Memorial Day Holiday

May 28 – Seniors’ last day of classes

May 28 – Senior Awards Night 7pm; Shaw Auditorium

May 29 -  Seniors pick up Caps & Gowns 9:00am

May 29 – Undergraduate Awards 1pm; Shaw Auditorium

May 30 – Senior Prom

June 1  – Senior Trip to Kimball Farms (leave WHS @ 2:45)

June 1 --  School Committee

June 5 – 2015 Graduation, 6pm

June 5 – All Night Party, 11pm – 5 am

June 9 – Junior Cruise

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Beneficiary: Watertown High School PTSOOrganizer: Watertown High School PTSOGoal: $5,000.00




The Massachusetts Department of Public Health 
(DPH) announced a confirmed case of Enterovirus D68 on September 23, 2014.