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    Registration for the 2022-23 Extended Day Program for 
    Currently Enrolled Families began on March 15, 2022
     
    Registration for the 2022-23 Extended Day Program for 
    New Families and Incoming Kindergarten Students
    began on April 1, 2022
     
     Click on the 2022-23 Registration Tab for more information.
     
    To check program availability for the 
     Chandler K - 2 program, please email
    Sandra Coonan at scoonan@duxbury.k12.ma.us
     
     Alden Grade 3 - 5 program, please email
     
     



     
    Chandler/Alden Extended Day
    Sandra Coonan, Dir of Comm Educ

    93 Chandler Street

    Duxbury, MA  02332

    781-934-7680 ext 4

     339-613-7352 (c) 

    scoonan@duxbury.k12.ma.us

     

    Alden Extended Day

    Liz Parsons: Site Director

    75 Alden Street

    Duxbury, MA  02332

    781-934-7630 ext 5

         781-635-4029 (c) 

                       eparsons@duxbury.k12.ma.us
        
     
     
     Welcome to the Duxbury Extended Day Programs.  Through Duxbury Community Education,
    the Duxbury Public Schools offer extended care for K-5 children.
     

    The Breakfast Club, Jr Club, Club, and Extended Club Programs were created to provide before and after school care for children in grades K-5 in safe, supervised, and supportive surroundings. The programs are dedicated to serving the needs of the families of Duxbury by providing children with a variety of enriching and educational experiences while ensuring a sense of security and consistency throughout the course of their extended school day. We employ educated and responsible staff that are trained to understand the many needs of the students as they transition between the various portions of their day. The programs focus on the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth of its students while maintaining affordable rates of tuition for parents in need of before and after school care. The Duxbury K-5 Extended Day Programs adhere to the Massachusetts Department of Education standards for providing quality care and are recognized as a level 2 participant in the Massachusetts Early Education and Care (EEC) Quality Rating Improvement System (QRIS) initiative. Our programs do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, color, cultural heritage, sex, or national origin.