Christian Science Reading Room 266 Chestnut St, Needham, MA02492 The Christian Science Reading Room, like others throughout the country, serves as a locale for those interested in the…More Church of Christ, Scientist to find literature. Interested parties can read in the room itself, or borrow or purchase literature.
Commonwealth Learning Center 220 Reservoir St, Needham Heights, MA02494 The Commonwealth Learning Center is a non-profit educational organization that provides programs that include private…More tutoring, evaluations and teacher training courses. The center offers tutoring for all ages, from kindergartners to adults in a variety of areas including writing, reading, test prep, study skills and math. The center's teachers also have experience assisting students with ADHD, dyslexia, high functioning autism, non-verbal learning disabilities and executive functioning difficulties. Additional student services include educational, psychological, speech and language evaluations. Teacher training programs include Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing Program, reading games, study skills, Nancibell Visualizing and Verbalizing Program for Reading Comprehension, math games and more. The organization operates an additional center in Danvers.
Read & White 1096 Great Plain Ave, Needham, MA02492 Pronounced "reed" and white, this formal wear shop has been in Needham Center for over 4 years. It supports the…More community as often as it can, including the local hockey and football leagues. If Needham High School is putting on a play and the wardrobe calls for tuxedos, Read & White will donate them for use during the show when possible. It offers a full line of tuxedos as well as business suit rentals. Weekend rentals can be picked up on Thursday and returned on Monday for no additional charge.
Eliot School 135 Wellesley Ave, Needham, MA02494 The John Eliot School is named after the man who first translated the Old and New Testaments of the Bible into the…More Algonquin language. The school is home to students in grades kindergarten through five. Suzanne Wilcox is the principal. The school has grown to include 14 classroom teachers, as well as specialists in art, music, speech and language, wellness, reading, media, school adjustment, physical education, world languages, special education, English as a second language and METCO.