Our youngest children are 6 months old and spend their days engaged in developmentally appropriate activities in our Toddler program. Qualified teachers plan the daily schedule to meet the needs of individual children. Each child is assigned to a primary caregiver who attends to them throughout the day. The Center provides a safe environment where toddlers are encouraged to explore and grow under the nurturing guidance of their classroom teachers. Children participate in developmentally appropriate play experiences that will help to foster their social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth and development. We provide breakfast, lunch, and snack for all children. Every parent is assigned a parent mailbox, which should be checked daily for important information, updates, and the monthly newsletters and calendars from your child’s classroom. Our staff will also provide “Toddler Tattlers”, which are daily notes we send home to give feedback on your child’s day.
Our Preschool Program provides a safe and exciting environment for young children to both learn and explore. Children are exposed to a wide variety of hands-on, developmentally appropriate materials and experiences that will help to foster their social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth and development. We provide breakfast, lunch, and snack for all children. Each parent is assigned a parent mailbox that should be checked daily for important information, updates, and the monthly newsletters and calendars from your child’s classroom.
UP Program before and after school care
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Our Unlocking Potential (UP) Program connects elementary students to the educational, social, and recreational resources they need to flourish. UP works in collaboration with the Rochester School District to provide extended learning opportunities, build on in-school curriculum topics and offer enrichment activities in areas such as the arts, community service and science at no additional cost to families.
Our before and after school care provides a safe, exciting, and educational environment for children between the ages of 5 and 12. The school age program is offered at Chamberlain, McClelland, William Allen, East Rochester, Gonic, Nancy Loud and Maple Street Magnet schools. Each site is licensed by the State of New Hampshire and individualized to the school in which they are located. Students engage in homework, outside play, a nutritious snack, arts and crafts and enrichment activities. Care is available before and after school hours and during school vacations, delays, cancellations, and early releases.
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UP Program Summer Care
Our summer program provides safe, engaging, and affordable care for children ages 5-12 during the summer months. Care is offered at local elementary schools. Students in the UP Program will build new skills through sports and physical activity, regular field trips, arts and crafts, swim time and engaging enrichment activities.
RCCC is pleased to include the Strafford County Parent Education Program in the services available to families. A trained and certified parent educator with 13 years of experience offers classes to help children and parents form more positive relationships and happier homes. Call 603-866-3102 for more information or contact RCCC at 603-332-9333. More information available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rochester Child Care Center partners with the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) to offer free nutritious meals to all the children in our care. We work within the guidelines of the CACPF program and strive to offer foods that are low in fat, sugar and salt. We are also increasing the amount of whole grains and fresh fruits and vegetables in our meals and snacks.
The USDA CACFP program is an equal opportunity provider and employer, to learn more about the CACFP Food Program download an informational PDF.