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Lynnfield Public Schools
55 Summer St, Lynnfield, MA 01940
The Lynnfield Public School Department operates out of Town Hall, and runs both the Superintendent's Office and SchoolMore Business Office. The Town Hall building is located in the center of town, near the intersection of Main Street and Summer Street and shares a complex and parking lot with the fire and police stations.
Huckleberry Hill Elementary School
5 Knoll Rd, Lynnfield, MA 01940
Named for the wild huckleberries that formerly covered the hill on which the school is situated, Huckleberry HillMore Elementary School is one of Lynnfield's two public elementary schools. Built in 1960 but renovated from 2001 to 2004, the school has an art room, music room, a library and media center. The school is located at the top of Knoll Road.
Lynnfield Middle School
505 Main St, Lynnfield, MA 01940
The Lynnfield Middle School, built in the early 2000s on a large campus off of Main Street, serves as the town's onlyMore public middle school. Its grounds feature several playing fields and tennis courts. The school contains a library media center and a computer lab. Students are provided traditional courses, such as social studies, language, math, physical education, art, music, foreign languages and computer technology. Lynnfield's mission is "to develop life-long learners and to stimulate the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical potential of every student."
Lynnfield Public Library
18 Summer St, Lynnfield, MA 01940
The community of Lynnfield has had its own public library since Lynnfield Social Library was built back in 1795. TheMore town's current public library building was constructed in 1904 out of a former school building on Summer Street across from Town Hall, and the current Children's Room still contains part of the original school building.
Since the 1950s, the library has seen many additions and expansions, including the construction of a mezzanine, a ramp and an elevator. Obtaining a library card is free for any residents of Massachusetts, and the library is connected to the NOBLE (North of Boston Library Exchange) network, which allows patrons to request books and other materials from libraries within the 28-member consortium.  The Lynnfield library offers thousands of fiction and non-fiction books, music CDs, DVDs and videos, periodicals and reference materials and also provides free wireless internet service.