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Wyman Elementary School
679 Main St, Woburn, MA 01801
The Wyman School is an inclusion school located at Main and Eaton streets. According to the school's website, theMore Wyman mission is "to develop a school culture which not only supports a child-centered environment, but also provides a clear focus on student learning." 
Kennedy Middle School
41 Middle St, Woburn, MA 01801
The Kennedy Middle School is one of two middle schools serving the city of Woburn. According to the school's website,More its goal is to provide a safe learning environment where all students can succeed, and to maintain an atmosphere of respect and pride. The school's parking lot is reserved for buses in the morning. Students should not be dropped off before 7:45am. The school day begins at 8:05am.
After School Club
60 Forest Park Rd, Woburn, MA 01801
The After School Club is a childcare program for school aged children, based out of facilities located at the LutheranMore Church of the Redeemer. On school days the program runs from 2:30 p.m.-5:45 p.m., while during school vacations and in the summer full days are available. The After School Club can only serve a capacity of 45 children at a time. The program is fully licensed with staff trained in first aid and CPR.
Clapp Elementary School
Hudson St, Woburn, MA 01801
The Clapp Elementary School is located on Hudson Street, along the banks of Horn Pond. During the 2010-2011 school year,More the Goodyear Elementary School was folded into Clapp. It closed its doors in June 2011. 
Reeves Elementary School
240 Lexington St, Woburn, MA 01801

The Reeves School is a modern facility located on Lexington Street. The school is named after Clyde Reeves andMore features a square honoring the World War II Army veteran. 

Reeves offers a before-school program for students in kindergarten through fifth grade from 7 to 8:15am. An after-school program is held from 2:45 to 5:45pm. 

A playground is also on site.

Puddle Duck Day School
21 Olympia Ave, Woburn, MA 01801
Puddle Duck Day School prides itself in bringing exceptional childcare to the north shore in an accessible, affordableMore fashion. They enroll children of a wide range of ages: infant, toddler, transitional pre-school, pre-school and transitional kindergarten. The Puddle Duck facilities include carefully planned classrooms, as well as creative play and rest areas. Children learn both in large and small group structures how to cooperate with one another, build personal confidence and develop a wide range of skills.
Linscott-Rumford Elementary School
86 Elm St, Woburn, MA 01801
The Linscott-Rumford Elementary School's mission, according to its website, is "to provide a safe and nurturingMore environment for students to reach their highest level of learning." While the school has parking available, cars should not enter the back parking lot from the driveway on Elm Street during pick-up and drop-off times. The school participates in many community programs, including the Halloween parade and food drives. 
Altavesta Elementary School
990 Main St, Woburn, MA 01801
The Altavesta Elementary School, built in 1969, operated grades kindergarten through five. Twelve classroom teachers areMore on staff, as well as four special-education faculty members. The new school was named for Mary Dolores Altavesta, who along with her husband owned a grocery store in the city. In addition to managing the store, Mrs. Altavesta was known in the community as someone to depend on. 
Little Sprouts
4 Gill St, Woburn, MA 01801
Little Sprouts is an NAEYC-accredited school located conveniently near Routes 93 and 128 in a quiet office building.More Their facilities have bright, spacious classrooms all stocked with the latest technology. Adjacent to the main building, Little Sprouts has an outdoor playground. The staff provides care for infants, toddlers, pre-school and school-aged children year-round.
Woburn Montessori School
8 Summer St, Woburn, MA 01801
Founded 24 years ago as a non-profit, this community school strives to educate Woburn's children in the famousMore Montessori style. Set up in the St. Christopher's community building, this school specializes in educating children ages 3 – 8.  A large yard is on-site for play, and though tuition helps fund the school, tax deductable donations are common as well. Morning and afternoon classes are available, and though the office keeps regular hours, interested parents should make an appointment to enroll a child. 
Malcolm White Elementary School
36 Bow St, Woburn, MA 01801

The Malcolm White Elementary School is located in Ward 4. It is named after Malcolm White, who grew up in Woburn andMore attended the Woburn Public Schools.

White was elected alderman for Ward 4 at 24 years old. In addition to serving as an alderman, he was elected state representative for Woburn, Reading, North Reading and Wilmington. 

The school that bears his name serves nearly 270 students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade. According to the school's website, students work regularly on problem-solving skills. 

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