The Shamrock Elementary School building opened in 2002. It has a large population of pre-school students, houses the…More city's PDD/Autism program and also offers full-day kindergarten.
Breakfast is offered daily between 8am and 8:15 am. Price is $1, but students who are part of the free/reduced lunch program receive breakfast for free. Students can also purchase snacks for 50 cents in the cafeteria.
Shamrock Elementary School is named for the seven members of the Shamrock Football Club, who died during World War II. Photos of the seven veterans hang in the school's front lobby.
The new Woburn Memorial High School building opened in 2006. The state-of-the-art facility features academic…More classrooms, an athletic complex and a performing arts center.
According to the school's program of studies, the mission of the school is "to provide academic and co-curricular programs that reflect the opportunities and challenges inherent in our rapidly changing society."
The building features the Harlow Library, a library/media center named after Dr. John Harlow, which features 26 computer work stations, print materials, audio visual equipment and four project rooms.
Extracurricular activities at the high school include: Yearbook, National Honor Society, Student Council, Connecting Activities, Drama Club, Show Choir, Band, Jazz Choir, Jazz Band, Marching Band, Public Speaking, Key Club, Leo Club, Dance Team, History Club, Interact Club, International Club, the Bull's Eye, Lit (literary magazine), Book Club, Best Buddies, Math Team, Science Team, LEARN, Peer Mediator, SRO Mentors, S.A.D.D., Shakespeare Society, Spectrum, Youth in Government, and the Ski and Snowboard Club.
Higgins Field 36 Bow St, Woburn, MA01801 Higgins Field is located at the Malcolm White Elementary School. The field has a baseball diamond, open space and a…More playground area. Visitors to Higgins Field can also use the tennis courts.
Book Fairs by Book Ends is an organization helping to bring book fairs to public schools from grades pre-K to middle…More school. Book Ends is actually a Winchester bookstore. The proprietors launched Book Fairs by Book Ends in 2005 with the mission of encouraging youth literacy and helping local schools with fundraising. Since their start, they have serviced more than 50 different communities.
School officials can choose from a variety of book fair styles, from the full displayed setup to a day of shopping at the Book Ends Winchester store. Book Fairs by Book Ends employees will help deliver and set up products for most fairs. School faculty is responsible for running the drive; however, all supplies will be provided, including credit card machine. Book Fairs by Book Ends also provides marketing materials for in-advance advertising. Schools can choose between three profit options: They can receive cash, books or a combination of the two.
The Book Fairs by Book Ends Salem Street location is the warehouse and office. It is not open to the public. At the end of every school year, Book Fairs has a warehouse clearance sale during which the public are welcome to shop through thousands of titles.
Little Hands Big Hearts Preschool 60 Forest Park Rd, Woburn, MA01801 Little Hands Big Hearts Preschool was established in 1998 by the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer and is located inside…More the church. It offers classes for children from age three to six. The classes are small and the school year is thirty-five weeks. The children learn music, art, science and math. Although this preschool is located in the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, registration is open to all.