Watertown Children’s Theatre raises curtain on 30th year

MELANNE G., Watertown Splash staff reporter

October 24, 2013

Filed under Around Watertown, Arts and Entertainment

    Singing? Acting? Dancing? Why Watertown Children’s Theatre is the place to be.     WCT is located at the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown, and it is celebrating its 30th anniversary. The performers are kids from ...

WMS’s “One Book” committee comes to the same conclusion

LORI D., Watertown Splash staff reporter

May 30, 2013

Filed under Books and Authors

Four tables were set up in the library loft. There were muffins, orange juice, and water for everyone to enjoy before their big decision about the 2013 Watertown Middle School summer reading book. There were five books to choose...

Goulet has high expectations in Cluster 3

SYDNEY P. and MEGHAN F.

May 21, 2013

Filed under Profiles

“Though I don’t have her for class, every time I walk through the halls I encounter her bubbly personality,” said Jeremy, a seventh-grader, about Lynette Goulet. This is Mrs. Goulet’s third year teaching Cluster 3 seventh-grade...

Splash of Flavor 2013: Passion Tea Lemonade at Starbucks

DILARA E., Watertown Splash staff reporter

March 4, 2013

Filed under Food, Splash of Flavor

What’s sweet, red, and one of the most delicious drinks in the world? The Passion Tea Lemonade from Starbucks, of course! Being one of Starbucks’ most famous cold drinks, Passion Tea Lemonade has definitely changed a lot...

Tommy Heinsohn: star player, star painter

CAMERON R. and AMIN T.

November 24, 2010

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Books and Authors, Profiles, Sports

Many people know Tommy Heinsohn as the scoring machine who helped the Celtics to eight NBA titles in the 1950s and ‘60s. They know him as the former coach who won two titles in the ‘70s, and the current Celtics analyst on Co...

Student council: Making WMS better one step at a time!

KATHERINE D., Watertown Splash staff

November 12, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, News

This year for eighth-grade Student Council at Watertown Middle School there is a big crew! The officers are Nick Lanni (president), Katherine Dolan (vice president), Jimmy McDonald (vice president), Caitlyn D’Amico (vice pre...

Watertown Middle School Teachers do not do math on their free time, they …

SARAH R. and MARIYAM F.

October 28, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Front Page News, Profiles

What do math teachers do on their free time? Math teachers aren't all nerds! You would probably think a middle school math teacher would go home and read a book, or probably watch some game show about math. But no, you ’re ...

WMS welcomes return of Coats for Kids

REBECCA H. and BRIDGET N.

October 8, 2010

Filed under Around Watertown, Community News, Front Page News

The Coats for Kids drive is here! Every year, the Watertown Middle School is very successful in helping needy families stay warm during the cold season. This year, the drive is starting Oct. 8 and going all the way until Jan....

Getting a big kick out of the Breakers

MADDIE R. and SARAH G.

June 25, 2010

Filed under Sports

The crowd screams and cheers, vendors yell for people to come buy their goods, and different companies – such as Cabot Cheese, Stonyfield Yogurt, and Webkinz – give away their free products. Harvard Stadium has thousands of people com...

A “Peak” inside

MATT L., Watertown Splash staff

June 22, 2010

Filed under Books and Authors, Profiles

Every summer, all of the students in Watertown Middle School have to read the same book. This year the book is "Peak" by Roland Smith. It is about a guy named Peak, who gets arrested for scaling a New York skyscraper and has to ...

Fun-raiser

KAITLYN M. and REBECCA C.

June 14, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Community News, Front Page News

The annual Pennies for Patients fund-raiser ended recently and the grand total raised by Watertown Middle School was $24,277.51. Even though it is $2,000 less then last year's total, it is still an amazing amount due to the e...

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