Woburn Memorial High School reporter Megan Xie explains how students are prepared to roll out the red carpet for its 2nd annual promenade.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Congratulations to the students on their academic achievements!
The following local residents graduated from Saint Michael's College during the 106th commencement exercises held on the college campus May 12th: Dana Joseph DiPinto, son of Donna and Raymond DiPinto of Woburn, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology Ryan Patrick Harron, son of Patricia and William Harron of Woburn, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History Michael Scott Thompson II, son of Ann and Michael Thompson of Woburn, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics and Mathematics The Commencement speaker was political commentator Mark Shields, who addressed 470 students earning bachelor's degrees, 43 earning master's degrees and 4,000-plus in the assembly. Shields, who has a storied career in …
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Congratulations to Gregory Burns and Michael Harron on their academic achievement!
ReadMedia- The Champlain College 135th Commencement took place outdoors, under a tent on Edmunds Field in Burlington on Saturday, May 4. In all, 470 undergraduates earned their degrees. Vermont novelist and New York Times Bestseller, Chris Bohjalian delivered the Commencement address to degree candidates. George Chaffee, Vermont's captive insurance association founder, spoke on behalf of the two honorary degrees that were conferred. Bohjalian, received a Doctor of Fine Arts honorary degree; Chaffee, received a Doctor of Commerce honorary degree. Champlain College President David Finney noted a long list of accomplishments that graduating students had already achieved while working, serving and playing at Champlain. "Over 50 percent of the …
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Congratulations to Chandler York for his academic achievement.
ReadMedia- Chandler York from Woburn will graduate Magna Cum Laude with a BS in Marketing at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth undergraduate commencement on May 12. An estimated 1446 graduates will receive degrees. Sheri McCoy '80, CEO of Avon Products, will deliver the undergraduate commencement address and receive an honorary Doctor of Business. You can find more information at the UMass Dartmouth Commencement Website. http://www1.umassd.edu/commencement/
Monday, May 6, 2013
Patch Snap is an occasional post that features pictures from around Woburn or Woburn residents out and about.
Welcome to another edition of Patch Snap, where we highlight a picture or pictures of around Woburn or of Woburn residents out and about. Today's Patch Snap comes from Cambridge Savings Bank, which recently held an educational program at Malcolm White School to "Teach Children to Save." Cambridge Savings Banks (CSB ) said this about the program: “Teach Children to Save” coincides with National Financial Literacy Month. The lesson encourages students to make a habit of saving money from an early age. CSB has engaged Malcolm White School students in its creative program for the past three years. Donna Lee, Assistant Vice President of the Customer Service Call Center at CSB, read the book, “Just Saving My Money,” to 72 students. Children …
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Woburn High student reporter Benjamin Quinn recounts the day students spent at City Hall.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Congratulation to Kevin Kiley on his academic achievement!
Friday, April 12, 2013
WMHS BullsEye reporters Mairead O'Riordan and Erica Rabito bring the story of motivational speaker Cara Filler about her twin sister Mairin who died as a result of unsafe driving.
Saturday, March 30, 2013
Woburn Memorial High student reporter Megan Clark gives a review of the school's production of Annie.
Friday, March 29, 2013
Woodshop area damaged in January fire expected to be back in use around the start of the next school year thanks to students' work, including Woburn students.
Back in January, firefighters from Wakefield and four surrounding communities put out a fire at Northeast Regional Vocational School that left significant damage to the woodshop area and which at one point had flames showing from the roof. The fire-damaged area is expected to be ready for the start of the next school year - and some current electrical and carpentry students, including students from Woburn, will have the distinction of having worked to repair their own school. According to Principal David DiBarri, the roof was repaired shortly after the fire to prevent further damage from the elements. More comprehensive repairs are still in the bidding process, he added. DiBarri also showed one area, which can be seen in the attached …