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New Haven School Readiness and Head Start Sites openings as of Oct, 1 2014

New Haven School Readiness and Head Start Sites openings as of Oct, 1 2014

„  Bethesda Nursery School

305 St Ronan Street, 787-5439

 

„  Catholic Charities

  • *Centro San Jose Child Care Center

290 Grand Avenue, 777-5068

  • *Child Development Center*

790 Grand Avenue, 772-1131

 

„  Children’s Preschool  

608 Whitney Avenue, 777-2491

 

„  Creating Kids at the CT Children’s Museum

22 Wall Street, 562-5437

 

„  *Farnam Neighborhood House

162 Fillmore Street, 562-9194

 

„  *Friends Center for Children

225 East Grand Avenue, 468-1966

 

„  Gateway Community College

  • Early Learning Center

 20 Church St, 285-2130

 

„  Leila Day Nursery

100 Cold Spring Street, 624-1374

 

„  *Little Schoolhouse

1440 Whalley Ave, 389-6372

 

„  *LULAC Head Start  777-4006

  • *Faye Miller Parent & Child Center

250 Cedar Street

  • *Crossroads Center

54 East Ramsdell Street

n  *Mill River Center

375 James Street

 

„  *Montessori School on Edgewood

230 Edgewood Ave., 772-3210

 

„  *Morning Glory Early Learning Center

1859 Chapel Street, 389-4148

49 Parmelee Avenue, 389-4148

 

„  *Yale-New Haven Hosp. Day Care Center

20 York Street, 688-5246

*Yale NH Hosp-St Raphael Campus

1450 Chapel Street, 688-5246

 

„  New Haven Public Schools

Multiple Sites throughout New Haven For an appointment to register, call 946-6950 or 946-8446

  • Bishop Woods School PreK
  • Columbus School PreK, 255 Blatchley
  • East Rock School PreK, 133 Nash St.
  • Hill Central School PreK 140 DeWitt St
  • Nathan Hale School PreK, 480 Townsend Ave
  • Troup School PreK, 259 Edgewood Ave
  • Wexler-Grant School PreK, 55 Foote St
  • Celentano School Head Start
  • ECLC Head Start, 495 Blake Street
  • Fair Haven School Head Start, 164 Grand Ave
  • Helene Grant Head Start, 540 E Grasso Blvd
  • Jepson School Head Start, 15 Lexington Ave
  • John Martinez School Head Start, 100 James St
  • Lincoln Bassett School Head Start, 130 Bassett St
  • Truman School Head Start, 114 Truman St
  • Zigler Head Start, 81 Olive St

 

„  *St. Aedan Elementary School

351 McKinley Avenue, 387-5693

 

„  *St Andrews Community Nursery School

 230 Townsend Avenue, 469-9000

 

„  *St. Francis Elementary School

428 Ferry Street, 777-5352

 

„  *United Community Nursery School

323 Temple Street, 782-0141

 

„  Westville Community Nursery School

34 Harrison Street, 387-6660

 

„  Yale University

  • Calvin Hill Day Care Center

150 Highland Street, 764-9350

 

  • Edith B Jackson Child Care Program

405 Canner Street, 764-9416

 

  • *Phyllis Bodel Child Care Program

367 Cedar Street, 785-3829

 

„  *YMCA Youth Center

52 Howe Street, 776-9622

PROGRAMS WITH OPENINGS AS OF October 1, 2014

*FULL DAY (7:30-5:30)/FULL YEAR

For more information, contact the New Haven School Readiness office at 946-7875.

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