Holland Memorial Pool 108 Mountain Ave, Malden, MA02148 The Holland Memorial Pool offers Malden residents a fun, free way to cool down during the summer months. There's a…More regular sized, four to six foot deep swimming pool as well as a wading pool for the little ones and their parents. The facilities are open until the first of September when they close for the winter.
Department of Education and Secondary Education 75 Pleasant St, Malden, MA02148 The Department of Education and Secondary Education is responsible for overseeing and administering the…More state-regulated academic standards and curriculum. Its Web site serves as an information resource for parents, students and educators. The Web site also features school district and institution profiles.
Forestdale Park 70 Sylvan St, Malden, MA02148 Located next to the school of the same name, Forestdale Park is a baseball field. A concession stand will give parents…More and players alike something to eat while watching a game, although the park lacks any spectator seating. There's a playground next door on the school grounds.
Operating out of the Salemwood School building, Head Start is a pre-school organized by the Tri-City Community Action…More Program. The free program is designed for 3 to 5 year-old children of low-income families and parents are encouraged to participate in decision-making committees, groups and events. Classes run Monday through Friday for four hours a day, and children are served breakfast and lunch daily.
Early Learning Center 257 Mountain Ave, Malden, MA02148 The Early Learning Center is located within the Chester W. Holmes School. This pre-kindergarten program focuses on the…More early development of future elementary students. Through creative and supportive methods, the faculty, while working with parents, provides the foundation toddlers need to become successful students. The ELC offers half and full day programs along with after-school day care. Registration for the fall school year generally begins in early spring. Contact the ELC adminstrative office or visit its Web site for more information.
Head Start 493 Main St, Malden, MA02148 Operating out of the First Baptist Church on Main Street, Head Start is a pre-school organized by the Tri-City Community…More Action Program. The free program is designed for 3 to 5 year-old children of low-income families. Parents are encouraged to participate in decision-making committees, groups and events. Classes run Monday through Friday for four hours a day and children are served breakfast and lunch daily.
Millennium Day Care Center 165 Mountain Ave, Malden, MA02148 Millennium Day Care Center provides care for infants and children up to 6 years old. There are two rooms on the first…More floor: one solely for infants and the other for pre-schoolers. The school emphasizes promptness, politeness, kindness, and honesty. Parent participation is encouraged. You will see all kinds of art and crafts projects hung up on the walls and in the windows. There are also cute murals of the Seven Dwarves coming down the stairs as well as painted pictures of various characters from Sesame Street. All personal are first aid and CPR certified. The staff is also bilingual, and both Chinese and English are spoken at the center. A driveway is available for quick drop-off only. Visit the website to see a typical day's schedule.
The Ferryway School is located at the intersection of Cross Street and Ferry Street and serves grades K-8. The school…More has about 900 students with 65 teachers. Special education programs are available for students with special needs.
The school has its own library, as well as a very large gymnasium. Ferryway School has an active PTO organization for parents looking to be more involved with the school and its teachers.
The Ferryway School is a recipient of the Read First Federal Grant, which provides professional development in reading to professors teaching any grade between K-3. The Ferryway School has also been the recipient of the HP Technology for Teaching Leadership Grant which gave computer carts and projectors to the school.
Malden WIC Program 231 Commercial St, Malden, MA02148 The Malden WIC Program office is located in the Hallmark Health Building on Commercial Street. WIC is a government…More backed program that provides supplemental nutrition assistance for pregnant and post-partum women and infants and children up to age five. WIC provides vouchers for basic food items such as milk, cheese, cereal, eggs, fruits and vegetables. This supplemental assistance is based upon family size and income. However, all women who are mothers or moms-to-be are encouraged to apply for WIC. The staff also offers nutritional consultations and classes and instruction in parenting and breast-feeding.
The Beebe Elementary School has a kindergarten through eighth grade curriculum. This school has a special focus and…More adheres to its motto, "Building a Healthy Environment Child by Child." It accomplishes this by creating "a community of environmentally aware learners and future citizens who have respect for themselves, and for the environment and community in which they live." By working in partnership with its surrounding community students are able to study local environmental and health issues within an integrated, hands-on unit of study.
This specialized educational curriculum is evident by the butterfly garden that is adjacent to the school. The faculty utilizes all-natural environments in the community as an outdoor classroom. It is not uncommon to find a group of students at Fellsmore Park. There are often guest speakers and lessons from Zoo New England, the Center for Environmental Education at Antioch New England, and the YMCA Earth Service Corps. Beebe School also strongly encourages parental participation. Contact Beebe School for enrollment information.