EMPOWER | Leadership, Communication & Collaboration
Join Us to Give Back to Your Community and be a Youth Leader!
Work with a group of your peers from Wayland and surrounding communities on a mix of games, presentations, activities, brainstorming and community service.~ This program will provide you the tools to create healthy messaging to the community, learn new leadership skills and create a campaign message to encourage healthy decisions in Wayland and beyond.
If you have ever wanted the opportunity to meet similar youth from neighboring communities, build your leadership skills and give back to your community, this is the program for you.
Age: Students Entering Grades 7-10.
Location: Wayland High School
Time: Monday-Friday 10AM-3PM
Dates: June 27th-July 1st
Staff: Elsie Cerrone, Dossie Kahn and Jason Verhoosky
Lunch will be provided daily, the program will culminate with a group
pot-luck meal on Friday, July 1st.
This program is limited to 20 participants. Register soon, as we anticipate the program to reach capacity quickly.
2016 Community Service Award Ceremony
28 students were honored at the 11th Annual Community Service Award Ceremony on May 3, 2016. They were presented with Unsung Hero Award Certificates in recognition of their significant contributions to community by volunteering time in service to others. Jay Harmon was the adult award recipient. He was recognized for his continuos dedication to serving the High School comunity trhough his volunteer math tutoring in the Academic Center. See slideshow.
2015 Community Service Award Ceremony
2014 Community Service Award Ceremony
2015 High School Summer Community Service Program
Eighteen students registered for the 2015 HS Summer Communtiy Service Program last summer. The organizations that benefited from their service were A Place to Turn, Community Gardens, Cradles to Crayons, Gaining Ground, Grace House, Parmenter Food Pantry, Salvation Army, the Town Clerk's office, Traditions, Pearl Street Cupboard Cafe, and the Council on Aging. Their dedicated service was greatly appreciated.