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The mission of the ECLC is to foster early foundations for lifelong learning and social growth. We provide a welcoming, healthy, safe, confidence-inspiring environment where individuality is nurtured and independence is encouraged. Together, students, staff, and families foster meaningful relationships and a vibrant community. 

SCHOOL HOURS

Preschool Hours:
Morning Session:  8:45 - 11:15am      Arrive 8:30am
Afternoon Session: 12:15-2:50pm     Arrive 12:10pm

Kindergarten Hours:
8:45am - 2:50pm      Arrive 8:30am

Car Riders:
Car Riders are picked up at 11:15 am (Preschool) and 2:50 pm (Preschool and Kindergarten) in the Multi-purpose room.  Please sign your student out at the table when you arrive.

Two -Hour Delay
No AM Preschool Session
Kindergarten begins at 10:45 am

EVENTS IN THE DISTRICT

SCHOOL LUNCH

School Lunch Information (Kindergarten)
**Please note price increase  from $2.75 to $2.85 effective 11/6/17**

We participate in the free and reduced lunch program.  Lunches are made at the middle school and delivered to the ECLC daily. 

Lunch = $2.85 Breakfast = $1.50  Cold Lunch Milk = $.65 

 Payment for student purchases can be made by sending in a check made payable to the Barrington School Food Service or on-line utilizing the Mealtime program. If you wish to set up an account on-line please contact Shelly LaClair at 664-2127 ext. 168 or cafeservices@sau74.org. Menus can be viewed on-line at the Barrington School District website www.SAU74.org follow the food service link.

NEWS FROM THE NURSE

Enterovirus-D68 Information for Parents

Enteroviruses are very common viruses, and fall is a common time for enterovirus to cause respiratory illness. Enterovirus D68 infections are less common than infections with other enteroviruses. Seven cases of enterovirus D68 have been identified in New Hampshire so far, but and there are cases in most U.S. states.

Infants, children, and teenagers are more likely than adults to get infected with enteroviruses and become sick. Symptoms can include a runny nose, sore throat, cough, wheezing, rash and fever. For more information, click here.

OUR ECLC MISSION AND SCHOOL SONG


Our School Song

I am kind and so are you
We are caring too.
We help each other through the day
Respectful all the way!
We are kind, caring too.  Respectful all the way!

KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

2018-2019 Incoming Kindergarten Registration
Click on the link below to register your child
To help us with planning, please have your registration complete by June 1st. Your child cannot begin school without a complete registration and all the documentation provided.


Note: Current ECLC Preschool Students do not use this registration as they are already enrolled. You will receive an email notifying you to update information later in the year. 


You will need the following to register your child:
  • Recent Photograph
  • Copy of child's birth certificate
  • Immunization Record
  • A copy of the latest physical from the child's physician
  • Two proofs of residency:  Copy of lease or purchase agreement/mortgage and a bill with your name and address on it


PRESCHOOL INFORMATION

SAU 74 Preschool Program

Barrington Preschool Program has a maximum of 16 multi-age students in both the morning sessions and the afternoon sessions. Participating children must be at least three years of age at their time of entrance into the program.

Our morning classes meet Monday - Thursday from 8:45 – 11:15 AM.

Our afternoon classes meet Monday - Thursday from 12:15-2:50 PM.

Monthly Tuition:   $245.00  

Our Staff:  Two teachers staff our program. Their qualifications exceed New Hampshire’s licensing requirements.  Our classroom assistants provide a high adult to child ratio.

Professionals in the fields of speech and language development, occupational therapy, physical therapy, child development, and behavior are also part of our program.  They each play a vital role in our program development and the implementation of those programs for all our children.

CHILD FIND

 The Barrington School District is responsible for identifying those children, three to five years old who may require special education services.  Early identification is critical.  Parents who have concerns about their child’s development in the areas of speech and language, vision, hearing, motor coordination, social/emotional growth or learning disabilities should contact the Child Find Coordinator for further information or to set up a preschool screening.

Please contact: Nancy Michaud 664-2715

Our next screening day will be: 

April 13, 2018