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NHS Induction Ceremony Held

Emily Bertini, Staff Writer

November 19, 2014

Filed under Newest Features, WHS News

On Thursday, November 6th, about 92 Wakefield High School students were inducted into the National Honors Society. All of these students who were inducted have maintained a 3.3 GPA or higher throughout all of their high school...

BYOD Transforms Wakefield High

Erin Lucey

November 3, 2014

Filed under Newest Features, WHS News

BYOD is a new program that was implemented for the first time in Wakefield High School for the 2014-2015 school year. BYOD, which stands for “bring your own device,” is a policy in which each student is required to have a devi...

Wakefield High School gets a new principal

Annabel Greco

November 3, 2014

Filed under Newest Features, WHS News

A new year, a new principal. This year, Wakefield High School will start off their school year with a new principal, Mr. Metropolis. Mr Metropolis, who took the helm of the school on July 1st, has had much experience in not only...

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June 19, 2014

A History of the Daily Item

Jenna Mello

May 16, 2014

Filed under WHS News

  The Wakefield Daily Item has been our local newspaper for 120 years since it was first printed by Alstead W. Brownell on May 7, 1894. The Wakefield Daily Item was established by Fred W. Young, a member of the ...

History of 128

Randy Fazio

May 16, 2014

Filed under WHS News

In 1951, the first segment of Route 128 was opened. By 1956, the expressway stretched 65 miles from Gloucester to Braintree. While officials were confident the road would relieve traffic in Boston and help ease travel between...

Spanish American War Memorial

Nicole Pecjo

May 9, 2014

Filed under WHS News

In the quaint, small town of Wakefield, just outside the beautiful city of Boston, is where “The Hiker” statue stands in the heart of downtown. The statue, more commonly known as “The Hiker” can be located on the town...

The History of Wakefield’s Fourth of July

Melanie Orcutt

May 9, 2014

Filed under WHS News

Fireworks light up the sky as children and family watch on. Clowns dance around the streets passing out candy to all the excited children waiting. Wakefield’s Fourth of July celebration is quite spectacular. People from to...

Beebe Library

Madeline Leishman

May 9, 2014

Filed under WHS News

The Wakefield Beebe Library is a place that everyone in the town has been to.  It is over 150 years old with a colorful history. Wakefield’s first ever public library was created in 1856 by the following members of what would later become the Library Board of Trustees; B.F. Tweed, Lilley Eaton, Fred A. Sawyer, J.M. Eva...

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