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WCS 150 Years Strong

Waterville Central School District’s past, present and future gathered in Brothertown Stadium last Thursday to celebrate.

Last month marked the 150th year since WCS was formally recognized as a central school district by the state Board of Regents.

For about 90 minutes last Thursday, students, alumni, teachers and administrators, retired teachers and administrators, Board of Education members and retired BOE members, and community members took part in celebrating the milestone.

All students wore either a yellow or purple T-shirt, provided by the District, as they marched in from youngest class to oldest, with the Class of 2036 leading the parade, wrapped up with the Class of 2024.

Students sat in the bleachers while guests sat in chairs on the turf in front of the stage set up for speakers.

WCS Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Spring welcomed everyone and remarked on how the day’s weather cooperated completely, as Thursday morning brought sunshine, blue sky and lots of fluffy white clouds as a backdrop.

Memorial Park School students led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance.

If they were not in unison their enthusiasm more than made up for it.

The High School Band ...


The full story is in this week's edition of the newspaper. 

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