275 Prospect Street, PO Box 67, Norwood, MA 02062
781.762.6804 Phone | 781.762.0229 Fax

Norwood Extended Day

Please note that Extended Day services maybe impacted by Covid-19.  

Dear Parents

The Norwood Extended Day Program, sponsored by the Norwood Public Schools, will be offering Before School services for grades K-5 as well as Coakley Middle School for grades sixth and seven. After School services are available for grades K-5. This year we are offerring a seperate registration time for Kindergarten students. The registration for Kindergarten will begin thirty minutes prior to the registration for grades 1-5. The new online registration form can accept up to four students on one registration for your family. Please click here to view Before and After School registration details. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. 

As always, we look forward to serving you.

Debbie Holzendorf
Director, Norwood Extended Day Program
781-551-3480 Extension 2    

Program Overview
Norwood’s Extended Day services are a branch within Norwood Public Schools offering before and after school childcare to youth in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Before-school services are held at Norwood’s five elementary schools: Balch, Callahan, Cleveland, Oldham, and Prescott. The after-school services are provided at Norwood’s six elementary schools: Balch, Callahan, Cleveland, Oldham, Prescott, and Willett. In addition, we offer vacation care coverage for February and April as well as summer programming.

Extended Day Mission
Norwood Extended Day welcomes parents, family members and caretakers to join us in our efforts to facilitate a warm, culturally responsive environment that recognizes the individual contributions of every child in our program. It is the mission of Norwood Extended Day to provide a space for students to learn and grow. Norwood Extended Day facilitates this through the commitment of its teachers and administrators for K-5th by coaching youth and providing ample opportunities for social engagement and experiential enrichment.

Administrator Contact Information
Director: Debbie Holzendorf
781-551-3480 extension 2
dholzendorf@norwood.k12.ma.us

Assistant to the Director: Nevine Gadalla
Nevine.gadalla@norwood.k12.ma.us

Site Administrator: Robert Marshalsea
rmarshalsea@norwood.k12.ma.us

Financial Analyst: Samantha Stone
sstone@norwood.k12.ma.us

Extended Day Services 
All parents enrolling in after school must complete registration paperwork and submit a $25 non-refundable registration fee once accepted. All life-saving medications for allergies and chronic illness must be in Extended Day’s possession before a student can attend the program.

2022-2023 Before School Hours
Before School services will be held at each elementary school from 7:00 AM until 7:35 AM. Willett students will attend Before School Care at their home school site and later transported to Willett prior to school beginning. 

Coakley Middle School services will be held from 7:00 AM until 8:35 AM.

2022-2023 After School Willett Hours
Monday – Friday 1:45 PM to 4:00 or 6 PM

2022-2023 Elementary School Hours
Monday – Friday 2:05 PM to 4:00 or 6:00 PM

Headquarters: James R. Savage Educational Center, 275 Prospect Street, Door 23, Norwood, MA 02062
Balch Site: 1170 Washington St.
Callahan Site: 116 Garfield Ave
Cleveland Site: 33 George Willett Parkway 
Oldham Site: 165 Prospect Street
Prescott Site: 66 Richland Road
Willett Site: 100 Westover Parkway

Early Dismissal Days
There will be no Extended Day services offered during professional or early dismissal days.

Vacation Care Programs
February and April Vacation days are Tuesday through Friday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. Extended Day Vacation Care is open to All Norwood Public School elementary aged students and all K-5 students attending St. Catherine of Sienna Private School. Summer vacation coverage is Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM for grades K-6 (entering 6th grade). Father Mac's pool tag required $35.00 fee for children entering 2nd through 6th grade. Pool time for these grade levels is not optional and all students attend.

Extended Day Offerings
A professional staff, fine arts, crafts, sports and creative games, homework and reading time, holiday fun, outdoor recreation, board and strategic games, free time and imaginary play, February and April Vacation programs, special activities, 13:1 staff to student ratio and accepts vouchers.

 

 

 

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