Town of North Reading School District Sherman Rd, North Reading, MA01864 The office for the North Reading school district are located in the North Reading Middle School on Sherman Road.…More Kathleen Willis is the district superintendent. The district oversees the education of students enrolled in public schools, and the operation of all school facilities in the town.
North Reading Middle School 19 Sherman Rd, North Reading, MA01864 Located at the end of Sherman Road near the town center, North Reading Middle School serves more than 600 students in…More grades 6 through 8. The school offers a wide range of extracurricular activities and clubs, and maintains an athletic facility. The middle school is also home to the office of the school superintendent.
North Reading High School 191 Park St, North Reading, MA01864 Home of the Hornets, North Reading High School is located near the town common. Around 95 percent of the school's…More students pursue post-secondary education upon graduation. Arthur J. Kenney Field, an artificial turf facility located in the front of the school along Park Street, is the home field for the school's athletic teams.
A Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School, Wood End Elementary School is Reading's newest elementary school.
Wood…More End follows the Reading Public Schools' mission statement, "The Reading Public Schools strive to ensure that all students will have common challenging, meaningful learning experiences in the academics, health and wellness, the arts, community service, co-curricular activities and athletics. We will lead and manage our school community to reflect the values and culture of the Reading Community and guide and support our students to develop the appropriate skills, strategies, creativity and knowledge necessary to be productive, informed, independent citizens in a global society."
There are 86 classes in core academic areas. The school's principal is Richard Davidson.
North Reading Housing Authority Peabody Ct, North Reading, MA01864 The North Reading Housing Authority provides affordable housing for elderly and disabled residents of North Reading. The…More Authority is located in the Peabody Court complex, which is located between the high school and the Batchelder School. The board of the North Reading Housing Authority meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm in the Peabody Court common room. Meetings are held from September through June.
Arthur W. Coolidge Middle School is a New England League of Middle School Spotlight School and a National Blue Ribbon…More School of Excellence Lighthouse School. It was built in 1961 and named for Arthur W. Coolidge, who served as Massachusetts lieutenant governor, state representative and state senator. He was also a Reading School Committee member. There are 137 classes in core academic areas.
E. Ethel Little Elementary School 7 Barberry Rd, North Reading, MA01864 The E. Ethel Little School, located in the southwestern corner of North Reading, was built in 1958. A major renovation…More in 1970 added a library, gym, several additional classrooms and school facilities. Beginning in 1990, the school was closed for five years due to low enrollment. The school reopened in 1995, and it underwent another renovation project from 1997 to 1999. Athletic fields behind the school serve both the school and the town's recreation programs. The school is named after E. Ethel Little, a lifelong North Reading resident who served on the school committee for 21 years.
Built in 1957, Birch Meadow Elementary School was the second school constructed in the Birch Meadow area following…More Reading Memorial High School. The school is located on Arthur B. Lord Drive, which was named after a former superintendent of schools.
Birch Meadow follows the Reading Public Schools' mission statement:
"The Reading Public Schools strive to ensure that all students will have common challenging, meaningful learning experiences in the academics, health and wellness, the arts, community service, co-curricular activities and athletics. We will lead and manage our school community to reflect the values and culture of the Reading Community and guide and support our students to develop the appropriate skills, strategies, creativity and knowledge necessary to be productive informed independent citizens in a global society."
The school has 22.8 teachers and 95.6% of them are licensed in their teaching assignments. There are 88 classes in core academic areas.
Reading Pediatrics Associates 36 Woburn St, Reading, MA01867 Reading Pediatrics Associates is a pediatric physician's office dedicated to serving the children of Reading, MA. Dr.…More Luis F. Valles, Dr. Haesik Min, Dr. Nicholas Kasdon, Dr. Tess Alejo and Nurse Practitioner Darcy Santos staff the office and provide sick physicals and follow-ups and school immunization records for children.
North Reading Transportation provides bus services to a multitude of private and public school districts across New…More England, including special education transportation. Chartered bus services are also available for corporate outings, summer camp activities and school field trips. 230 Main Street is the location of the North Reading terminal. Visit the website for additional terminal locations, communities and school districts served and charter information.