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Raising New Hampshire
United Way, Rochester Child Care Center and Frisbie Memorial Hospital are pleased to present a special screening of Raising NH: The Early Years on Tuesday, January 26 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Frisbie Memorial Hospital.
This is a free event and all are welcome to attend. Raising NH: The Early Years is a 30-minute film that explores the challenges and successes in raising healthy children. The screening will be followed by a conversation focused on what can be done to create strong starts for every child in Greater Rochester. Childcare and refreshments will be provided.
Register today at uwgs.org/raisingnh/.
Raising New Hampshire: The Early Years is a production of the Endowment for Health and New Hampshire Public Television. Additional information and resources can be found at www.endowmentforhealth.org and www.nhptv.org/raisingnh. This event is brought to you by United Way of the Greater Seacoast and Rochester Child Care Center Inc. Special thanks to Frisbie Memorial Hospital for hosting us and NH Listens for technical assistance.
2016 is Rochester Child Care Center’s 40th Anniversary! Watch for lots of fun events planned to celebrate!
Our own Mr. Dave was recently featured in an article by the United Way.
K Ready Kids
Our K Ready Kids night was a huge success – read about it.
Rochester Child Care Center is a founding member of the Seacoast Early Learning Alliance, formed to strengthen childcare centers and improve outcomes for children
Renewed Licensed Plus Status
Rochester Child Care Center is pleased to announce that we have renewed our Licensed Plus Status for our center based programs at 95 Charles St. and for our East Rochester “UP” Program. We are proud to obtain this status, which indicates a high level of professionalism and quality of care for children.
Check out this link to see K-Ready Kids at RCCC in July. We partner with the Rochester School District and the United Way of the Greater Seacoast to make sure our kids are ready learn when they enter Kindergarten.
Our own Ryan Wilson was recently featured in an article by the United Way.
Make a Difference in a Child’s Life by Volunteering
The School Age UP Program is always looking for volunteers to help connect our youth with new opportunities, resources, and mentors. There are several volunteer positions and a variety of times and days available during which you can help. We rely on the support of dedicated and passionate volunteers to help these youth reach their full potential; so if you are interesting in helping, please visit the Rochester Child Care Center’s Volunteer Opportunity page.
Rochester Child Care Center is a dynamic, reflective, and caring community. Teachers are inspired to be enthusiastic learners who teach children by example as they share their love for creativity and discovery. Teachers and families work together to build an atmosphere of trust, mutual respect, and loyalty. This supports families and teachers in building partnerships that benefit all children. All children feel a sense of belonging as they are accepted, loved, and nurtured with a focus on supporting healthy development and engaging them in meaningful activities.
Download our full mission statement
Rochester Child Care depends on donations from community and friends in order to provide high quality early learning and child care programs to working families. We are registered with the Attorney General’s Office and are 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization.
Our tax id is: 02-0327002.
To donate please visit Network for Good.