Stoneham High School Building Project          Stoneham School Building Committee (SSBC)

Dear Residents of Stoneham,

On Tuesday, November 2 at Stoneham Town Hall, 2,906 Stoneham voters approved a debt exclusion to finance the building of a new Stoneham High School. On behalf of the members of the Stoneham School Building Committee (SSBC), we want to thank each and every voter who participated in the process, discussed the question with neighbors and family, drew conclusions about the right path forward for this project and ultimately cast their ballot on Tuesday.

We are truly thankful and proud of all the work our SSBC has done to bring us to this point in time and we look forward to working with the Committee and continuing our journey to make this project a reality. The Committee and the town will continue to collaborate with its teams from Perkins+Will, Symmes Maini and McKee Associates and Consigli Construction to implement the vision approved by the voters.  

Over the coming months, the SSBC will continue to meet twice monthly on Monday nights in person at the Stoneham Central Middle School at 7:00 p.m. to refine the current plan and prepare for site preparation, which will begin in June 2022.  Construction will begin in September 2022 and the building will officially open in September 2024.

Stoneham residents can attend SSBC meetings either in person or via GoToMeeting and can find details about the meetings on this SSBC information page below under News and Events.

We hope that as we move forward on this project, Stoneham residents will continue to engage with us to bring to fruition a campus that will meet the needs of Stoneham’s students and the community for years to come.

Superintendent John Macero & 
Town Administrator Dennis Sheehan

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News and Events

Join us for the next School Building Committee Meeting on June 27, 2022 at 7:00 PM by Remote Participation

Join Go-To-Meeting:

Dial-in: +1 (786) 535-3211        Access Code: 505-064-661

The School Building Committee meetings are open to all and the committee welcomes your attendance and input. If you cannot attend the meeting in person, you can find online versions of the meeting live, on Stoneham TV government channels (Comcast 22, RCN 15 and Verizon 36). You can also view the meetings at any time on in the Stoneham School Building Committee section.

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Name Title
Marie Christie,  
Past member of School Committee/Middle School Building Committee
David Bois,
Community Member with architecture experience
Dennis Sheehan Town Administrator / MCPPO Certified
John Macero Superintendent of Schools, Secretary of School Building Committee
Nicole Nial School Committee Member
Raymie Parker Select Board Member
Bryan Lombardi Stoneham High School Principal
Douglas Gove Community Member with Engineer Experience
Stephen O'Neill Community Member with Engineer Experience
Josephine Thomson  Community Member, Middle School Faculty
Jeanne Craigie  Community Member, Town Moderator, Past member of School Committee and Middle School Building Committee
Lisa Gallagher  Community Member, School Secretary, Past member of Middle School Building Committee
Sharon Iovanni Community Member
Cory Mashburn Community Member, Finance and Advisory Board 
Paul Ryder Community Member with Construction Experience
Brian McNeil Facilities Director, Local Official responsible for Building Maintenance
Kevin Yianacopolus Local Official responsible for Building Maintenance
David Pignone Athletic Director, Member knowledgeable in educational mission
and function of facility
April Lanni Procurement Officer/MCPPO Certified