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Hurld/Wyman School Building Committee
The City of Woburn has been invited by the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) to collaborate on a feasibility study, which will look at solutions to the consolidation of the Hurld and Wyman Elementary Schools.

The City of Woburn has a successful history of working with the MSBA and has received grant funding in excess of 50 percent of the eligible construction costs for Woburn Memorial High School and and four elementary schools.

The City will be updating this website to provide information about the building process with the MSBA and documents, plans and public meeting information about identifying alternatives, selection and construction of a combined Hurld Wyman Elementary School.

Members of the Hurld Wyman School Building Committee include: Mayor Scott Galvin; Mark Donovan, Woburn Superintendent of Schools; Joe Elia, Assistant Superintendent of Finance for Woburn Public Schools; Jay Corey, Woburn City Engineer, Gerald Surette, Woburn City Auditor; Thomas Quinn Jr., City Building Inspector; Eileen Mills, Hurld Elementary School Principal; Greg Ahearn, Cummings Properties; Mike Gauthier, Woburn Purchasing Agent; John Danizio, Director of Finance for Winchester Public Schools; and Mike Mulrenan, Woburn School Committee.

Please follow this link to learn more about the activities of the Hurld Wyman School Building Committee.