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The Central Square School

Address

166 Prospect St.

Cambridge, MA 02139

(857) 999-2003

jess@rockandrolldaycare.com

Hours

7:30AM – 6:00PM

Location: Corner Broadway / Prospect

Parking: Lot Available

Playground: Sennott Park


Availability: Full Time Toddler

Serving these Age Groups

Infants, Toddlers, & Preschool


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Center Administration

Jess Kenneally (Director)


A warm welcome to you all from our Rock and Roll Daycare Central Square site!

 

Our Montessori learning environment combined with music is like no other. Our main objective at Rock and Roll Daycare is to provide a carefully planned, stimulating environment which will help children to develop within themselves the foundational habits, attitudes, skills and ideas essential for a lifetime of creative thinking and learning. Respect and courtesy in our Montessori school is the foundation for everything we do. In addition we have our very own Cultural Currants program, which combines all facets of music with learning for young children.

Here at Rock and Roll Daycare, we want each child to feel empowered to make good choices and learn how great it feels to do things on their own! With the guidance of our highly trained, nurturing teachers and admin staff, we are committed to making your child’s Montessori experience productive, stimulating, and most of all exciting each day!

Whether your child is an infant or toddler, you can expect them to participate in all calendar events, daily music and movement classes, our very own Cultural Currents Program, and the traditional Montessori work cycle, which includes Practical Life, Sensorial, Math, and Language. In addition, your child will enjoy nature walks, plenty of out door play, cultural concerts and events, nap-time, and not to mention, delicious meal times!

 

Sincerely,

Jess

OUR SCHOOL

Winner of Best of Boston 2017 by Boston Magazine. Now, imagine a place where children are encouraged to make mistakes, two-year-olds are learning how to play the violin, and teachers are encouraging children to explore the limits of their potential.

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