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Weston High School

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Congratulations to the Class of 2024!


Regular School Hours
7:45 AM – 2:30 PM

115 School Road
Weston, CT 06883
Main Office: (203) 221-6500
Main Office Fax: (203) 221-1252

Nurse’s Office Fax: (203) 403-2041

Attendance Line: 203.221.6501 (Grades 9 – 12)

Click here for Attendance Procedures Quick Reference for Parents/Guardians

If your student will not be attending school, is arriving late at school or leaving early for an appointment – you must call the attendance line at (203) 221-6501 before 9:00 am, and leave a detailed message: student name, grade, date, and reason for absence, lateness or appointment reason. If no reason is given, it will be marked unexcused.  Students may also bring a note outlining the reason for leaving for an appointment to the Main Office before first bell. Please refer to the Student Handbook pages 29-30 for reasons considered excused and our 2023-2024 attendance policies.




Meghan Conetta
(203) 221-6500

Assistant Principal
Matthew Filip
(203) 221-6500

Assistant Principal
Juliane Givoni
(203) 221-6500


Security Officer

Richard Ross

PLEASE NOTE: Visitors to the school are required to make an appointment in advance. Please call the Main Office to make an appointment 203-221-6500


Assistant to the Principal
Monica Zarba
(203) 221-6503

Main Office Secretary & Attendance Clerk
Kellee Boccanfusco
(203) 221-6500
(203) 221-6501 Attendance Line


Building Custodians
Kevin Drotos
Rene Morales
Jeff Palmiero


School Nurse
Nicole Proffitt
(203) 221-6500, Option 2

Ms. Meghan Conetta, Principal

Principal Meghan WardMeghan Conetta joined Weston High School as its Principal in July 2022. Prior to coming to Weston, Ms. Conetta served as Principal of John Read Middle School in Redding, Assistant Principal of Staples High School in Westport, and Principal of York High School, ME. Ms. Conetta is a graduate of Sacred Heart University.  She can be reached at


Mr. Matthew Filip, Assistant Principal

Assistant Principal Matthew FilipMatt Filip joined Weston High School in the summer of 2015.  He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Science and Business from the University of Notre Dame, and a Master of Education Degree in Teaching and Learning from DePaul University.  He completed his preparation for administrative certification at Sacred Heart University.

Before coming to Weston, Mr. Filip served as the Science Department Chair at Amity High School in Woodbridge.  Previous to that, he taught at Staples High School in Westport, Middlebrook School in Wilton, and Harris City Academy Crystal Palace in London, England.

Mr. Filip supports students with last names A – L, and can be reached via email at





Ms. Juliane Givoni, Assistant Principal

Juliane GivoniAssistant Principal Juliane Givoni joined the faculty of Weston High School in 2015. Before coming to Weston, Ms. Givoni served as Instructional Leader in the Humanities and Choral Director at Joel Barlow High School. Ms. Givoni holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education and a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Administration from New York University, and a Sixth Year Certificate in Educational Leadership from the University of Connecticut.

Ms. Givoni supports students with last names M – Z. She can be reached via email at

Mission Statement

Weston High School is committed to providing a safe and intellectually challenging environment that will empower students to become innovative thinkers, creative problems-solvers, and inspired learners prepared to contribute to our global society.

Core Values & Beliefs

We believe that effective teachers:

  •  Create opportunities for intellectual risk-taking, collaboration, problem-solving and application of classroom learning to real-life situations;
  •  Implement strategies that promote ownership of learning to students;
  •  Design instruction to integrate a variety of innovative technological tools and resources to
    enhance learning;
  •  Demonstrate ongoing professional growth in order to increase the quality of instruction;
  •  Collaborate with colleagues to share and discuss exemplary practices, interpret student
    performance data, and design assessments that promote twenty-first century skills.

We believe that successful students:

  •  Communicate in a meaningful way for a variety of purposes and audiences;
  •  Demonstrate a sensitivity to the precision and nuances of written, visual and aural medium
    through comprehension, interpretation and evaluation;
  •  Employ critical and creative thinking skills to solve problems;
  •  Pose questions, examine possibilities and apply skills to find solutions to authentic issues.

Our Social and Civic Expectations are:

  •  Make positive choices related to physical and mental wellness;
  •  Contribute to the local and global community in a collaborative and respectful manner.