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Ware High Sudents Stage Mock Accident on Distracted Driving
Ware High Sudents Stage Mock Accident on Distracted Driving
04/25/2018
Story Courtesy of Western Mass News
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Tim Moriarty
"WARE" Are They Now? Tim Moriarty
04/23/2018
Valedictorian of the WHS Class of 2004
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Survey
Quaboag Hills Substance Use Alliance Survey
03/29/2018
Quaboag Hills Substance Use Alliance asking parents to fill out the following survey
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Ware Public Schools
2nd Annual WJSHS Talent Show
03/01/2018
Thursday, April 5th 6-8 pm in the WJSHS Auditorium
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Budget
School Year 2017-2018 Budget
02/01/2018
Attached is the 2017 - 2018 School Year Budget
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Grade 8 D.C. Trip Signup!
01/24/2018
Click Here for Instructions & Information regarding the trip on June 5-8th 2018
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Superintendent's Message
 
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  Spring 2018

FINALLY spring has sprung!!  After a winter that saw five days of school cancellations and a number of delays due to inclement weather the anticipation of warm weather is welcoming.  At this time students have begun their final quarter for the 2017-18 school year along with the beginning of spring assessments for MCAS Next Generation.  We are in the final stretch of the school year. 

The spring also brings budget season, with the Town Meeting scheduled for May 14, 2018 at 7 p.m.  The Ware School Committee and the Superintendent are working hard to align our goal of retaining all that has been accomplished the last couple of years to assure we do not fall further behind neighboring districts.

The new Fire Science class has generated much excitement at Ware High School.  Students within this class have had the opportunity to experience what it takes to be a fire fighter/first responder.  The completion of year one of the new Fire Science class will find eleven of their sixteen students taking part in an EMT course at the E2E Educational Center on Main Street this summer.   Even though all students within this class are not aspiring fire fighters/first responders it offers all students informative information.  Next year, along with the Fire Science class, we will be offering a Criminal Justice class at Ware High School.   Having the ability to offer work force learning to our students provides them first-hand experience as they look to determine what careers they would like to pursue in the future.

Respectfully,

Dr. Marlene A. DiLeo

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