2017/18 Roudenbush Calendar
Holiday Closings
Please note Roudenbush Community Center will be closed on the following holidays:

Labor Day
Columbus Day
Thanksgiving
- 3:00 closing the day before, Thanksgiving Day, and the Friday after.
Christmas - Dec. 22nd and Christmas Day.
New Year's Day
Martin Luther King Day
President's Day
Easter
Patriot's Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Online Classes
 



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Director

Amanda O'Donnell
aodonnell@roudenbush.org
 

Location

Frost Building
73 Main Street

Hours

Mon-Fri 7:00am-6:00pm

Phone (TEMPORARY NUMBER)

(978) 692-0848


  Registration Packet 2017-18
  RCC Parent Handbook

Infant, Toddler, Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten Child Care

The Frost Building is home to full-time child care for ages 6 weeks through pre-kindergarten.  We provide a warm and caring environment that offers a variety of indoor and outdoor activities led by experienced and professional staff.

We believe childhood should be a time of fun, warmth, security, exploration and discovery.  Our professional staff strives to nurture children’s abilities and introduce them in a positive manner to the learning process. 

Snacks are provided twice daily and enrichment activities are planned throughout the year. Our program operates year round, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. We offer care for 2, 3, 4, and 5-day weeks, catering to the needs of our families.
 

In-house families can sign their children up for a community education class and receive a $5.00 discount! 
(2 or more children from Frost must enroll; children will be walked over to 65 Main Street by their teacher.  Please see your child's teacher for enrollment form.) 

Infants - 6 weeks to 15 months

We realize babies need their own schedule.

  • We customize each day to your child's needs giving them the attention they need.
  • Play is the natural way children learn and one of our most effective methods of teaching.

Toddlers - 15 months to 2.9 years

Our weekly themes encourage toddlers to learn while they play.

  • A caring atmosphere enabling toddlers to develop self help skills.
  • Sensory activities encouraging your child to explore their environment.
  • Outdoor time to develop gross motor skills.

Preschoolers - 2.9 to 5 years

Smaller class size enables one-on-one attention.

  • We prepare the preschooler for a classroom environment by exploring math, language, science, art and music.
  • Children develop their social and self help skills.