Malcolm White Elementary School

Malcolm White School

On Friday, April 11 the Malcolm White PTO will host a trivia night at St. Anthony’s Club. This event will take place at St. Anthony’s located at 1020 Main Street in Woburn beginning at 7 pm. This trivia night is for adults only, bring your neighbors, friends, and snacks. Drinks will be available for purchase. Live music will be provided by Midlife Crisis. There will also be some great raffle prizes. Tickets are $20 per person or $120 for a table of 8. Pick a theme and decorate your table for a prize. Complete your team and buy a table today!

Malcolm White Elementary School

On Saturday December 14, the Malcom White Elementary School will host Adventures in Space- Rocket Camp. The event will take place at the White Elementary School Cafeteria located at 36 Bow Street in Woburn from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm. Mr. David Heshion and the Malcolm White School PTO will offer the Adventure in Space- Rocket Camp to children in grades K-5. This event is open to any child from another school in grades K-5.

Join the Malcolm White Elementary School (36 Bow Street, Woburn) for a Spring Fair & Balloon Pop Fundraiser on Saturday, June 1st from 11AM-2PM.

This fair will include a Bike Safety BMX Pros Trick Team Show at the front of the school from 11am -11:45am, and at the side lot there will be food, fun activities, music, games, raffles, face painting, surprises, special guests and prizes!

There will also be 300 balloons ready to be “popped” for a Balloon Pop Fundraiser. Balloons will be popped by ticket holders for their chance to win anywhere from $1.00 to $1,000.00 in cash.  

How does the Balloon Pop work?  Each balloon is numbered along with a corresponding ticket. You will pop the numbered balloon that corresponds to your ticket and inside will find out if you’ve won anywhere from $1.00 to $1,000.00.

Balloons are $20.00 each and may be purchased in advance at the Malcolm White School. Contact Kerry Cahill at jackseanzoe@verizon.net to find out how to get in on the action. A limited number of tickets will be sold.

Corporate balloons may also be purchased for $100.00. Businesses will receive a balloon as well as a 18” x 24” printed sign posted at the fair for everyone to see. Money raised will be used for enrichment programs at the school.

Malcolm White Elementary School Spring Fair

Sat, 06/01/2013 - 11:00am

Join Malcolm White Elementary School for a Spring Fair & Balloon Pop Fundraiser!

The fair will include a Bike Safety BMX Pros Trick Team Show at the front of the school from 11am -11:45am, food, fun activities, music, games, raffles, face painting, surprises, special guests and prizes!

There will also be 300 balloons ready to be “popped” for a Balloon Pop Fundraiser. Balloons will be popped by ticket holders for their chance to win anywhere from $1.00 to $1,000.00 in cash.  

SCI is pleased to recognize Pennie Sibley as our Social Capitalist of the Month! She volunteered to direct 5th grade students at the Malcolm White Elementary School in Woburn in an anti-bullying play called "My Bully."

The first production of the play took place on Friday, March 15th. Principal Eric Stark kicked off the event by welcoming esteemed guests including the Mayor of Woburn Scott Galvin and Chief of Police Robert Ferullo.

The play went through a series of scenes as one of the students is continuously bullied by another student. Some of the other students stand by the victim and offer him advice on how to stop this bully.

In between scenes, students came out on stage with posters reading ways to prevent bullying. Eventually, the bully is forced to face the consequences of her actions when she is brought to the principal's office and suspended from school. The message of this play is that bullying will not be tolerated in school. 

Sibley has been teaching approximately 35 older students this play. Younger students can apply by lottery to be a part of this play as they become older. 

This play was made possible by funding from the Woburn Cultural Council. If it is received well, this play may be duplicated for other Woburn elementary schools. 

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This Saturday, January 12 members of the Malcolm White Elementary School are organizing a celebration and benefit dinner for Marge Bradley, the school cafeteria manager who is battling leukemia. 

The dinner will be held at the Sons of Italy Hall (168 Lexington St.) from 6:00 to 11:00pm. The event is adults only. 

The owner of The Restaurant in Woburn and Frannie's Restaurant in Winchester has generously provided a full pasta dinner, salad, rolls and dessert. Music will be provided by DJ Chris Stevens, and there will also be a cash bar and raffle.

For donations, information or ticket sales, please contact Tina Pecina at (781) 454-6293 or tinapecina@aol.com or contact Eric Stark at (781) 937-8242 or estark@woburnpublicschools.com.

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Benefit Dinner to help School Cafeteria Manager

Sat, 01/12/2013 - 6:00pm
A celebration and benefit dinner will be held for the cafeteria manager at the Malcolm White Elementary School who is battling leukemia. 

The event is adults only. 

There will be music provided by DJ Chris Stevens, a cash bar and raffle. 

The owner of The Restaurant in Woburn and Frannie's Restaurant in Winchester are donating a full pasta dinner, salad, rolls and dessert.