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About James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club (Woburn) in Woburn, MA
At Our Mission, we strive to inspire the youth of today to find their greatness. We believe that creating strong, healthy relationships and a positive, safe, and fun environment are essential for building youth ownership and offering limitless opportunities to learn and be great. Through our programming, we provide the guidance, resources, and support needed for our youth to reach their highest potential. Our goal is to help our youth find their own greatness and create a brighter future.
Programs at James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club (Woburn) in Woburn, MA
Project Learn: Licensed Afterschool Program
Homework help, arts & crafts, sports and science experiments are just some of the activities that are part of each fun afternoon. Each student is provided with a healthy snack as well.
Lucky’s Lobsters Swim Team
Our swim team program offers a great way for youth & teens who love the water and have basic understanding of the strokes to enhance their skills and participate in competitions. They hold practice five days a week and compete with other Club teams in the area. For more information, see Lucky’s Lobsters Swim Team Page or contact Head Coach, Anthony Fiore. For competitive swimmers interested in year-round swimming, we also participate in USS Swim meets throughout New England.
At L.E.A.P. childcare we believe that you are never too young to discover what you are great at and how you learn best! Each child is special and unique, and we strive to instill a positive self-image in everyone. We encourage an environment that focuses on learning through play and exploration. Through this, we also support and foster the social, emotional and physical development of children.
Preschool: Our preschool classroom will dedicate time each week to work with the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum. During this time, we will work on letter identification, writing our names, letter sounds and beginning words. Preschool students must be age 2.9 in order to enroll.
Pre-K: In addition to our continued work with the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum, our pre-k classroom focuses on a special thematic unit each month. We will read books, learn new information and work on activities and projects relating to our unit. Pre-K students must be age 4 by September 1st in order to enroll.
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