Early Childhood Services

  • The Early Childhood Office provides support for families and children from birth through school age. We provide access to comprehensive services, child development information, and educational opportunities to support you in your role as your child's first teacher.

  • The Department of Early Education and Care Connecting Families and Community Engagement (CFCE) funding provides all families with access to locally available comprehensive services and supports that strengthen families, promote optimal child development and bolster school readiness. // Follow us on Facebook!

CONTACT INFORMATION

Doreen Lopes, Coordinator of Early Childhood Education

doreenlopes@oldrochester.org // Office Phone: (508)758-2772 ext. 1948 // Fax: (508)758-2802

PROJECT GROW SY 2021-2022

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TRI-TOWN PRESCHOOL SY 2021-2022

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KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION 2021-2022

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TRI-TOWN EARLY CHILDHOOD COUNCIL 2020-2021 - ALL MEETINGS HELD AT 6PM

-Tuesday, October 27, 2020 ~ Sippican School (Virtual)

-Tuesday, January 26, 2021 ~Rochester Memorial School(Virtual)

-Tuesday, March 23, 2021 ~ Center School (Virtual)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://oldrochester-org.zoom.us/j/94651439102?pwd=djJFZ3VreHorVVZMTFlCWVRHKzVhUT09


-Tuesday, May 18, 2021 ~ ORR District Office (TBD)



Massachusett Statewide Family Engagement

We have launched a new series of family literacy calendars, designed to spark conversation and enjoyment for early readers. A new calendar will be released each month, listing easily accessible read-alouds, online activities, and ideas for playing with language with young children. The activities take inspiration from the seasons, major holidays, and lesser-known special days such as Talk Like a Pirate Day and National Make Your Bed Day.


Educational programs offered through the Old Rochester Regional, Marion, Mattapoisett and Rochester School Districts do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, homelessness or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities. Furthermore, these school districts affirm the rights of all children with disabilities to a free, appropriate public education. Children living in Marion, Mattapoisett or Rochester who have a specific disability, and who need special education are entitled to special education services. For additional information and to make a referral for an evaluation to determine special education eligibility, contact your Building Principal or the Director of Student Services.