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P.O. Box 129
1332 Middletown Avenue
Northford, CT 06472
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Family Resource Center

 

North Branford Family Resource Center                                           
1332 Middletown Ave.
Northford, CT 06472
Phone: 203-484-4243 Fax: 203-484-1445
Ann-Marie McCarthy - Supervisor
amccarthy@northbranfordschools.org  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 The North  Branford Family Resource Center Preschool Program celebrated the Week of the Young Child April 24th-April 28th.
During this week we celebrated our young children, their teachers and their families.  Each day they took part in  fun activities.  Ou week ended with a Trike-a-thon for St.Jude's Children's Hospital and a family breakfast.  It was a fun week and a good time was had by all that participated!
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

  

The North Branford Family Resource Center was one of the first three centers to open in CT in 1989. Our goal is to be the single point of entry for all North Branford/Northford families who need early childhood education, school-age child-care and family support services. The Program offers a continuum of services that promote strong family practices and lifelong learning. It is through these services that we help support parents in their role as their child’s first and most important teacher.

Our Programs and Services include: (Please click on the program name below to learn more)

• Full time, full day curriculum based Preschool Program located in the STW Community Center in Northford for children ages 3-5 years old.

School-Age enrichment Program in each of our two elementary schools, Totoket Valley and Jerome Harrison. We open at 7:00am for Before School Care and at school dismissal until 6:00pm for After School Care.
The Families-in-Training Infant and Toddler Program is designed around the Parents as Teachers Model. This program offers daily playgroup sessions, personal visits by Parent Educator, Parent Group meetings about early childhood development and parenting, as well as, developmental and health screenings for young children and parent workshops.
• Support and training for Family Day Care Providers.
• Resource and Referral.

 

 




 

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