Town of Wayland
41 Cochituate Road, Wayland, MA 01778-2614
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Community Service
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Annual High School
Community Service Awards
Do you know high school students who deserve to be honored for their volunteer service?

We are accepting nominations and applications for high school students who live in Wayland and/or attend school in Wayland. This includes Wayland students who attend independent schools as well as Wayland METCO students.

  • Information packets and application forms are available in the High School Guidance Office, the Wayland Library, Wayland Youth and Family Services, or online at:

  • April 1, 2015 Deadline for all submissions
Please join us at:
The HS Community Service Awards Ceremony
Tuesday, May 5, 2015 7:00 pm
Wayland High School Main Stage

Sponsored by Wayland High School and Wayland Youth and Family Services
Questions: Dossie Kahn, Wayland Youth & Family Services, 508-358-4293

Nomination materials are attached above.

High School Summer Community Service Program

Twenty three students participated in the HS Summer Communtiy Service Program this summer.  They collected groceries for A Place to Turn and Parmenter Food Pantry, they worked in the Middle School gardens, the community gardens, Drumlin Farm and  Gaining Ground, they made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the Salvation Army and sorted clothes in their store, they volunteered at Traditions, did beach clean up at the Wayland Town Beach, held a tech- help day at the Council on Aging, sorted items at Cradles to Crayons, and also volunteered at Grace House.  It was a busy, productive summer for all.
Community Service Award Ceremony

25 students were honored at the 9th Annual Community Service Award Ceremony on May 6, 2014.  They were presented with Unsung Hero Award Certificates  in recognition of their significant contributions to community by volunteering time in service to others.

Mary Antes was the adult award recipient.  She was recognized for her continuous exemplary leadership, service, and dedication to the Wayland community since 1970.

A slideshow from the evening is attached.