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Programs

Somerville Public Schools Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP)

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The ECIP is a multi-sensory preschool program that serves both children with special needs and typically developing children from the Somerville Community. In order to be considered for a placement in an integrated classroom, the potential peers must be three years old by August 31st and a resident of Somerville. All peer students must be fully toilet trained with no pull ups. The program uses the same benchmarks and curriculum as the SMILE program and is based on a developmental model where each child builds on his or her own skills. Each class is led by a highly trained certified Special Education teacher. In addition, each room has a paraprofessional who has experience working with different types of learners. ECIP school hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Children who have special needs may be transported by bus to and from the Capuano Center. Parents/guardians of youth who are typically developing peers are responsible for their child's transportation.
Name of Director: 
Pamela Holmes
Address: 
Parent Information Center
42 Prescott Street
Somerville, MA 02143
United States
Phone: 
(617) 629-5670
Ages Served: 
Preschool – 33 months to 5 years
Meals Provided: 
Breakfast
Lunch
Is Transportation Provided?: 
No
NAEYC Accreditation?: 
No
Accept Vouchers?: 
No
Accept Contracted Slots?: 
No
Scholarships Available?: 
No
Languages spoken: 
English, Spanish, Portuguese

Ages Served (Category):

Childcare Type: 
Center-Based Childcare

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