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WUHS presents The Outsiders PDF Print E-mail
Students from Wayland Union High School will perform The Outsiders for their spring play and will be directed by Rebecca Black.

The Outsiders is an adaptation by Christopher Sergel of S.E. Hinton's popular coming of age novel of the same name. The story centers on a rivalry between the tough, underprivileged Greasers and the have-it-made rich kids, the Socs, in a drama about the struggle of finding the "gold" in life.  

Wayland Middle School 8th graders read the novel, and the entire 7th and 8th grade class will be attending a matinee of the performance.

Public performances are Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May2 at 7pm and Sunday, May 3 at 3pm. Admission is free.  Wayland Union Fine Arts Center, 870 E. Superior Street, Wayland. 269-792-2254.
Ponyboy- Zack Karman
Johnny- Nick Wnuk
Bob- Josiah Buggs
Randy- JR Bouterse
Dallas- Ridge Reigler
Two-Bit- Randy Harrington
Darry- Corry Hancock
Sodapop- Riley Miller
Sandy- Yoheny Yanes
Cherry- Lexa Benn
Marcia- Destiny Brady
Mrs. O’Briant- Samantha Lewis
Jerry- Emily Henderson
Doctor- Lizzy Cobb
Nurse- Monique Pou
Mrs. Syme- Meg Berg
Paul- Zackery Harrington
WUHS held Mock Crash to Promote Safe Driving PDF Print E-mail

Wayland Union High School will hold Mock Crash prior to Saturday’s Prom to promote safe driving

Wayland Union High School’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) together with local law enforcement will held a mock crash on Friday, April 17 to promote safe driving.

Local emergency response personnel with their vehicles and equipment were on site during the event as they recreated a crash scene.  This powerful demonstration showed the student body what could happen if driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  

Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 05:53
May 5th - Proposal 1 Roads & Bridges Proposal PDF Print E-mail
On Tuesday, May 5, 2015, Michigan voters will head to the polls to vote on Proposal 1 - a statewide ballot initiative that will fund improvements for Michigan's roads, bridges, and schools. Please read the information linked below to know the facts about Proposal 1. Please remember to vote Tuesday, May 5, 2015.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 05:55
Penny Carnival- May 1 PDF Print E-mail

Sophomore Class Penny Carnival
Friday, May 1 2015
High School Gym
tickets are 4 for $1.00
Games and prizes, a moonwalk, and the cakewalk!
Food: hotdogs, chips, and drinks available
2 Raffle prizes: a new bike and something special...

Board of Education Approves Baseball Field Renovation PDF Print E-mail

The Board of Education voted on Monday, March 23rd, to include renovation of the Freshman/JV baseball field located behind Wayland Middle School as part of the district’s summer 2015 maintenance projects.  

This project, to comply with federal Title IX guidelines for comparable facilities, will mirror the components of the current Freshmen/JV softball diamond.  Therefore, the scope of the baseball field project will include addressing drainage issues at the site, leveling and re-seeding grass areas, constructing a handicap accessible 6’ sidewalk from the MS south parking lot to the site, installing irrigation, installing an outfield fence with a safety cap along with a stone dust warning track, and re-working the stone dust on the infield and re-building the pitcher’s mound.  To match the Freshmen/JV softball field, this baseball field will have team benches (no dugouts), bleachers, and no scoreboard.

Bids are being developed by Triangle Construction, to be submitted to contractors this week.  The project is anticipated to be completed by the end of August (weather permitting).  The availability of the field for use by the baseball teams in the spring of 2016 will be contingent upon this fall’s growing season and weather conditions next spring.

Baseball Field Design April 2015

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 April 2015 23:27
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