Wellesley middle school staff directory
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The Wellesley Middle School PTO would like to welcome you to our website. Your PTO Executive Board and countless volunteers work diligently behind the scenes to support Wellesley Middle School teachers, faculty, administration, and families. The PTO is entirely reliant on family donations to carry out its year-round work. Your gift helps to supplement services that are not funded by the budget and increase the overall student experience. The following are some examples: Sciences and the Arts – Grants for Teachers – Training and Development – Participants – Performing Arts – End-of-Year Activities – Graduation – Turkey Trot – Mini Marathon – Guidance Services – Seminars – and a number of other events There are many opportunities to stay updated, volunteer, and support the WMS PTO. Our monthly calendar will hold you up to date on what’s going on. For more information, sign up for the PTO’s Weekly Email.* For more information about how to get involved, go to our Board, Chairs, and Committees list. For information about how to donate by check or PayPal, go to our Contributions page. If you’re looking for a unique (Please use the Reimbursement Request Form when submitting receipts for reimbursement.) Thank you so much for all of your support!
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If you already have an account with MT, use the same email address and password to login using the Register/Login button below (for example, you can already have an account from your child’s elementary school directory).
The Primary User may “invite” other email addresses to access his or her account once the Primary Account is set up.
The Secondary User should provide their own authentication details while still being able to access the family account.
PLEASE NOTE: The Membership Toolkit app is different from the PowerSchool Parent Portal used by the district.
If you want to change your email address for both systems, do so separately, for example, through PowerSchool for the district and Membership Toolkit for the directory. Disclaimer: This WPS Family Directory is current as of 09/24/2020 and is provided for staff and personal use of WPS families’ records. Any mistakes or failures are not the responsibility of Wellesley Public Schools or the organization.
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Ending Hatred and Mass Shootings with a Marathon
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This Saturday, March 27, Asian American communities in Greater Boston and their supporters will picket in the eight towns along the Boston Marathon route. The rally will be held to express concern over the increase of hate crimes in the United States, as well as the ongoing incidence of mass shootings including the ones that took 18 lives in Atlanta and Colorado in just one week.
“We will express our outrage about hate crimes, not only anti-Asian incidents, but also repeated shooting tragedies,” Dr. Haihong Li said. Our mission is to foster cross-cultural communication and understanding. I’m personally trying to persuade the Wellesley Public School system to include Asian history in its curriculum.”
The rallies come after massive protests around the country and in Greater Boston over the weekend in response to the horrific murders of eight people in Atlanta last week, including six Asian women. Hate crimes targeting Asian Americans increased by 149 percent between 2019 and 2020, according to the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, despite a seven percent decrease in hate crimes overall. Stop AAPI Hate, an organization that monitors bigotry and xenophobia against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, has reported over 3,800 incidents.
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As compared to similar students in the state, students at this school are making average academic progress considering where they were last year. Students in this school make average progress and have good test scores, showing that they have strong academic abilities and are learning at the same pace as students in similar schools.
There’s good news! This school’s test scores are significantly higher than the state average, indicating that the majority of students are performing at or above grade level. Parental advice Disparities between student groups may exist even in high-performing schools. Study the details in the Equity section below to see how well this school serves all of its students. Understand what your child’s on-track learning looks like and how you can help at home.
It’s worth taking a closer look at: This school’s disadvantaged students are performing around on par with other students in the state, but there may still be achievement gaps. Does this school have opportunities for all of its pupils, or does it exclude some? Schools that are competitive know how to close the achievement gap.