A Waterford High School junior is one of two Connecticut semi-finalists for a $10,000 “kid of the year” award for the children of parents in the military.
In an effort to better market Waterford High School’s elective classes and keep students in Waterford’s public school system who might be tempted by the specialized offerings of the region’s magnet schools, district officials have announced a "pathways" program that will go into effect next school year.
Boat built by WHS senior Kaitlyn Dow was released into the water above the North American continental shelf in May
Robyn McKenney & Whitney Wadecki present session to colleagues
The boat, along with a subsurface drifter, will be released by the NOAA ship Neil Armstrong next month off the U.S. continental shelf and the students will track their progress across the Atlantic.
WHS students participate in the National Ocean Science Bowl Competition
Connecticut Education Commissioner Dianna Wentzell visits Quaker Hill Elementary School
WHS Senior Alversia Wade receives a $20,000 scholarship from the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Fund
OSW is the first of Waterford schools to hold event
New Superintendent of Schools Thomas Giard III plans to go on a "listening tour" when he officially takes over on Sept. 8.
Director retiring December 23, 2014