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Name of the Organization
New Haven School Readiness
Contact Person
Denise Duclos
Job Title
School Readiness Project Director
Contact phone
203 946-7875
E-mail
denise.duclos@new-haven.k12.ct.us
Website
http://NHECC.org
Interest
Early Childhood, Education
Description Interest
Offering early care and education services for children age 3-5 years who live in New Haven. Over 30 programs located throughout New Haven offer full day and part day, 10 month and 12 month preschool. Services are either free or low cost, based on family income and size.

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PreK spaces still available for New Haven 3 and 4 year olds

Posted on September 24, 2018 at 10:00am 0 Comments

There are a few prek spaces available in school readiness funded programs throughout the community.  Please share the flyer which you can download here with colleagues and New Haven families with children age 3 & 4 years old.  Below is a list of programs with openings as of September 11. For more info, contact me…

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Still Looking for a Quality Preschool Program? Please share with families

Posted on December 11, 2013 at 4:03pm 0 Comments



There are a few available preschool openings for New Haven children who are 3 or 4 years old, or will be turning 3 by March, 2014.  Programs are in the Fair Haven, Downtown and Westville neighborhoods.  All programs are open from 7:30am to 5:30pm with fees based on a sliding fee scale.  For information contact the School Readiness office at 203-946-7875 or open the link to call the programs directly.  …

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At 8:30pm on May 28, 2009, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
The idea would be that if I have a client that needs preschool for the summer, I would go to the preschool group, and either check if someone has a post or notice on openings available, or shot a message to the providers there to see if someone can help. In a sense, we want this to help be better at serving families by making information move faster; both posting news and answering questions fast.

Something that in fact, I have. They were waiting on another application; if they still need it, I will pass them the information.
At 2:45pm on May 28, 2009, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Are there any openings for the summer for day care?

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