Category: WPS News

What’s Next for Recent Worcester Grads?

As we prepare to kick off the 2021-2022 school year, we’re still celebrating our recent graduating Worcester Public Schools class of 2021!  So many Worcester alumni go on to do amazing things in their lives and careers. To celebrate the post-secondary pursuits of our WPS grads, we wanted to share this amazing list. Worcester Public …

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Ryan P. Quinn Memorial Award and Mary Murphy Spirit Award Recipients Announced

The Board of Directors of the Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. (WEDF), is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2021 Ryan P. Quinn Memorial Award is Talya Horton, a recent graduate of Burncoat High School and an accomplished student-athlete. Maggie McCarthy is the recipient of the Mary Murphy Spirit Award and is also …

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WEDF Launches “Connected Scholars” Computer Scholarship Program

In Spring 2020, the Worcester Educational Development Foundation (WEDF) announced the launch of its Connected Kids Campaign, designed to support Worcester Public Schools’ urgent goal of providing every student with a computer. The district identified the additional funds it needed to make this goal happen. With the support of WEDF, we are pleased to say …

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Worcester Public Schools College Matriculation 2020

At WEDF, we know that Worcester Public Schools alumni go on to do amazing things. To celebrate our college-bound WPS grads, we wanted to share this list of over 100 institutions in more than 20 states WPS grads will be attending. 2020 WPS College Matriculation Adelphi University Andrews University Anna Maria College Assumption College Becker …

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WEDF Announces Fall, 2019 Mini-Grants

 The Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. is funding $ 6536 in mini-grants for educators in the Worcester Public Schools for programs that will enhance and enrich teaching and learning. The programs align with curriculum and at least one of WEDF’s four main areas of focus: Health and Wellness Culture and Arts College and Career Readiness …

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9th Annual Class of Distinguished Alumni & Friends Awards

The 9th Class of Distinguished Alumni and Friends of the Worcester Public Schools Banquet and Awards program will be held on Wednesday, November 6, 2019, at the Hogan Center, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. These awards honor and recognize WPS alumni who have distinguished themselves by achieving outstanding success in academics, the arts, …

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WEDF Announces Fall, 2018 Mini-Grants

 The Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. is funding $ 5600 in mini-grants for educators in the Worcester Public Schools for programs that will enhance and enrich teaching and learning. The programs align with curriculum and a WEDF’s four main areas of focus: Health and Wellness Culture and Arts College and Career Readiness STEM The grants …

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Defining Our Path – A Strategic Plan For Education in Worcester

The Worcester Public Schools strategic plan articulates a commitment to continue Worcester’s renaissance by placing the city’s children, and the future that they represent, at the center of our shared work.

Congratulations to our Spring 2017 Mini-Grant Award Winners!

The Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce the following mini-grants for Spring 2017 totaling more than $4800.  Funded proposals focused on civic engagement to help students become better informed citizens for the preservation of our democracy. Mini-lecture Series for AP US History Students – Colleen Kelly – District-wideCivics with Digital Literacy – Jayne Cardin – Rice SquareWorcester, You …

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Congratulations to our Spring 2015 Mini-Grant Award Winners!

The Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce the following mini-grants for Spring 2015 totaling more than $ 5,000.  Funded proposals include those that were creative, innovative and interdisciplinary. Ebru:  The Flowing Colors of the Middle East – Mary Ann McFarland – City View SchoolArt Reads:  Literacy in the Art Classroom – Victoria …

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