Wetherbee Events

Celtics players and Middle School students in workshop

30 students from the Wetherbee School and 30 more from North Andover Middle School were selected to participate in the Celtics Play Ball! Playbook 2017. This series of workshops to inspire dialog around the unique role that sports can play in teaching the values of diversity inclusion and promoting conflict resolution kicked off this year with a visit from Celtics Coach Brad Stevens and players Al Horford, Abdel Nader and Marcus Smart.  The students will work together with Play Ball! Foundation and the Celtics Shamrock Foundation to create their own "Playbook" that they can use to teach younger students about ways to deal with complex social situations. Thank you to everyone for a great afternoon!

Students learning place value with blocks

Students in Mrs. Sirmaian's class at the Wetherbee School are learning place value.

Student author reading their book to the class

Jack Palermo, from Mrs. Zableski's 2nd Grade, read a book of his own called "Autism Is..." to his classmates today. Jack has autism, and he wanted to help spread awareness and understanding about what autism is.

Students lined in front of Essex Art Center

Wetherbee National Junior Art Honor Society students have been learning the process of making stained glass objects in a special class at the Essex Art Center. They received instruction and guidance in the process from glass artist, Sandy Dukeshire. Thanks to Target and Essex Art Center for facilitating this unique experience.