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WSF supports Walpole students

By Caitlin Kahaly WHS Student For the past 35 years, The Walpole Scholarship Foundation (WSF) has supported Walpole High School seniors and alumni by granting over $3 million in financial aid based off merit and needs for students pursuing post-secondary education. “We as a foundation see how great and hardworking these students are. We see the great challenges...
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Walpole High grads toss their caps

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter In September of 2014, Walpole High’s freshmen sat in their homerooms for the first time, wondering what the next four years at the high school would bring them. Perhaps some days in those last four years seemed to be never-ending, but on June 3, these students could officially say...
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Walpole students participate in national walkout

Last week’s nor’easter may have delayed the Walpole Public School students from participating in the national walkout honoring the 17 students killed in the Parkland school shooting, but it didn’t stop them. While the winter storm kept Walpole students at home on March 14, they joined the national movement a day later, adding their voices...
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Walpole High seniors graduate with excitement

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By Peter Kougias Hometown Weekly Intern Over 250 eager senior students crossed the Walpole High parking lot onto the Turco Field to accept their high school diplomas. Even though this past Sunday was grey and cloudy, the students’ smiles shined brighter than the sun. [caption id="attachment_18871" align="alignright" width="300"]Olivia Sheehan's first stop: diploma.... 			
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In Walpole’s Jackson, a nurse and advocate

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By Linda Thomas Hometown Weekly Correspondent Since middle school, Chris was her best buddy. She knew something was wrong with him every time his harsh cough left him fiercely gasping for air. At 13, Rachel Jackson didn’t know that cystic fibrosis might kill her friend. That was 30 years ago and Jackson, who now understands the magnitude...
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