Stoneham Middle School is facing off against Bearden Public Schools from Bearden, AR in a “Recycling Rumble,” Feb. 13-Apr. 15, 2013, to raise money by recycling, and for the chance to earn cash and win an Apple iPad compliments of the national fundraising
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Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The Stoneham Middle School teachers versus 8th grade students hockey game is slated for 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 9.
The Stoneham Middle School teachers versus 8th grade students hockey game is slated for 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 9 at Stoneham Arena. Admission to the game is $3. There will be raffles during the game.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
In our top posts countdown for 2012, Stoneham Middle School demolition and an armed robbery at a local convenience store are among the most viewed stories in the number 20-11 spots on the list.
As 2012 winds down, Stoneham Patch will be counting the down the most viewed posts on the site this year. In this latest round of top posts (Nos. 20-11), Stoneham Middle School demolition and an armed robbery at a local convenience store were among the most viewed stories on Stoneham Patch. Check out what other posts were among the most viewed on Stoneham Patch: 20. Five Things: Stabbings Reported in Stoneham: Check out our Patch Facts column for July 17. 19. Stoneham Police Searching for Woman Accused of Assault, Theft at Marshalls [PHOTOS]: Stoneham police are searching for a woman accused of stealing merchandise and assaulting a loss prevention officer at Marshalls Department Store Monday night. About 6 p.m. June 11, police responded …
Thursday, December 6, 2012
The committee released the interim redistricting report on Nov. 29.
The Stoneham Elementary Redistricting Committee recently released an interim redistricting report related to the Middle School project, according to the Stoneham Public Schools website. The 13-member committee released the interim redistricting report on Nov. 29. The report provides an overview as to why redistricting is necessary and some of the potential changes that may be on the horizon. Why Redistrict? In 2012 at a Stoneham Special Town Meeting, voters approved the estimated $40 million Middle School project, which involves converting the existing Central Elementary School into the Central Middle School for grades 5-8, according to the report. Additional reasons for redistricting also include opportunities to improve educational …
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Construction at the Stoneham Middle-Central School site is expected to resume Oct. 29, according to a press statement from Superintendent Les Olson's office.
Construction at the Stoneham Middle-Central School site is expected to resume Oct. 29, according to a press statement from Superintendent Dr. Les Olson's office. "At its Oct. 22 meeting, the School Building Committee approved a contract with Shawmut Design and Construction for the next phase of the Middle/Central School construction project," reads the statement "This phase will include the relocation of site utilities and the installation of Geo-Piers to stabilize the underlying soils prior to the commencement of actual foundation work and construction next spring. "This current phase of construction will begin around Oct. 29 and is scheduled to be finished in December." Demolition of the aging middle school building began in late August …
Friday, October 12, 2012
Check out the Five Things column for Friday, Oct. 12.
1. Bike champ: Chris Poulos, the 1991 bicycle stunt world champion, will be performing stunts and talking with students about leading healthier lives during two performances at the Stoneham Middle School Friday from 8:45-9:45 a.m. and 10:05-11:05 a.m., respectively. Will you be attending the performances? Upload your photos to this post. 2. Commuting alerts: Want traffic updates or gas prices in the Stoneham region? Take a gander at our Commute section. 3. Write your own review: Did you have a good experience at a Stoneham business? If so, search our directory and post a positive review and rank the business on a 1-5 star scale. 4. Advertise with Patch: Interested in advertising on Stoneham Patch? Contact Ad Manager Jeff Pappert at Jeff.…
Monday, August 27, 2012
Pomeworth Street will become one-way during the Stoneham Middle School construction project, according to town officials.
Pomeworth Street will become one-way during the Stoneham Middle School construction project, according to town officials. Effective Monday, Pomeworth Street will be one-way from William Street eastbound toward Washington Street from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, according to the Stoneham Public Schools website. "Parking on Pomeworth Street during these hours will be allowed on the south (right) side of the street (along the Old Central School) while student drop-off will be on the north (left) side of the street so that students do not need to cross the street after leaving a car," read the website. "Cars will not be allowed to enter the Central School driveway during the school day." Vehicular access for the Middle School …
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
A worker briefly trapped at the demolition site at the middle school freed himself and wasn't injured during the incident Tuesday afternoon, according to project staff.
A worker briefly trapped at the demolition site at the Stoneham Middle School freed himself and wasn't injured during the incident Tuesday afternoon, according to project staff. Around 12:30 p.m. there was a small roof collapse, but the male worker wasn't injured during the incident, according to Stoneham School Building Committee chairwoman Jeanne Craigie. The worker was assessed and was fine, declining transport to a nearby hospital, according to Stoneham Fire Chief Joseph Rolli. Rolli discussed his team's response to the incident. "We have three firefighters on detail whenever a building is being demolished and part of the reason is because something like this could happen," Rolli said. "The worker driving the Bobcat was in a hollowed-…
UPDATED: Person Trapped in Partial Building Collapse Freed on Whitting Street at Stoneham Middle School Demolition Site
There is a structural collapse in Stoneham at the middle school construction site on Whitting Street Tuesday afternoon, according to a scanner report. We'll post more information as we receive it.
There is a structural collapse in Stoneham at the middle school construction site on Whitting Street Tuesday afternoon, according to a scanner report. We'll post more information as we receive it. A person trapped in the partial building collapse reportedly freed himself from the rubble. A box-level assignment alert was issued. The extent of his injuries are curently unknown. We'll post more details as we receive them.
Demolition work kicked off at 7 a.m. Monday.
The walls of the aging Stoneham Middle School came crumbling down Monday morning, as demolition work got underway at the site. From 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Essex Newbury North Construction demolished the technology wing and gym section of the middle school, according to Timothy Hurdelbrink, vice president of operations and project executive for Boston-based Shawmut Design and Construction. Shawmut hired the Haverhill construction firm to handle the demolition project. "We're happy with the progress," Hurdelbrink said Monday night following a Stoneham School Committee session at the High School. "The goal really is with the benefit of starting a little earlier than we expected is to try and get as much of the debris hauled offsite before the …