KINDERGARTEN-AGE PROGRAMS AROUND THE COMMUNITY

Welcome to our Community Information page with information from around town regarding Kindergarten-aged activities and opportunities. Email us at roadtokindergarten@gmail.com if you would like something added.

 

B.A.S.E. SUMMER CAMP

If you work and need to arrange childcare for your child(ren) this summer, check out the Summer Camp offered by B.A.S.E. (Before & After School Extension). There will be three sessions offered. Incoming Kindergartens are welcome to attend.

 

EXPLORING MUSIC

A Bridgewater Mom, Kerry Campbell, owns and operates Exploring Music. She hosts music classes designed for the young on singing, rhythm-making and creative music right here in Bridgewater, always offering affordable sessions. Contact Kerry through the Exploring Music website or by email: Tkcampbell@comcast.net.

GIRL SCOUTS
From kindergarten through high school, girls learn teamwork, mutual respect, goal setting, and leadership in all of their Girl Scout activities. Girls have lots of fun and make new friends, too. Kindergarten and 1st grade girls are Daisy Girl Scouts and there are many ways they can participate in Girl Scouts. Click to learn all a Daisy Girl Scout can doYou can join the fun too and enhance your daughter's Girl Scout leadership experience by volunteering to run or assist a Girl Scout Daisy troop or 8-week Daisy Journey Series. Enrollment is $12 per year. For more information on joining or volunteering in Bridgewater, contact Jill Hopkins at: bridgewatergirlscouts@yahoo.com.

 

BRIDGEWATER YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION FALL RECREATION LEAGUE 

The BYSA fall soccer program involves boys and girls in five age groups (see below) in a recreational soccer program. The main objective of the program is for children to have fun and competitively play soccer with their friends in an organized program, while also learning soccer skills and teamwork.

Who Can Sign Up?

Participants must be residents of Bridgewater and be Pre-K through 9th grade (formerly U6-U15) for the 

2018/19 school year and must be born on or before 8/31/2014 to participate.

What's The Schedule?

The program consists of an 8 week regular season with all games on Saturdays (starting between 8 a.m. 

and 3 p.m.) beginning the Saturday after Labor Day, September 8, 2018. All games and practices will be 

held at the Flagg Street fields. Teams Grade 1/2 and above will have a practice during the week scheduled

 by the coach.

  • Grade Pre-K/K teams are combined girls and boys that will have a Saturday practice/game with an 
  •      emphasis on teaching skills and having fun.
  • Grade 1/2 teams play in a 5 v 5 format.
  • Grade 3/4 teams play in a 7 v 7 format.
  • Grade 5/6 teams play in a 9 v 9 format.
  • Grade 7/8/9 teams play in an 11 v 11 format.
  • Teams in the Grade 5/6 and Grade 7/8/9 programs may then compete in playoffs for a gender and age group depending on rankings.