The Early Years Project: Supporting Caregivers of Young Children

The Early Years Project was developed to support children (infants through age six) and their families by working with the early childhood communities that care for them. Our child development consultants provide many services such as classroom management support and modeling different ways of working with hard to manage behaviors. The consultants also meet with staff or parents/guardians to offer ideas to support them in the classroom or at home, provide resources and referrals for specialized services, and more. We have Spanish and Haitian Creole speaking staff and our program is respectful of the various cultural norms practiced within each family.

The Early Years Project is a collaboration that includes Cambridge Public Schools, The Guidance Center, (a service of Riverside Community Care), Cambridge Community Partnerships for Children, the City of Cambridge, and the Cambridge Health Alliance.

Early Years Project: Supporting Caregivers of Young Children  
Dr. Fran Roznowski
Cambridge Public Schools
135 Berkshire Street, Cambridge
617.349.6485 (Sept. – June)

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135 Berkshire Street
Cambridge, MA 02141

The office is led by the Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education and works in close collaboration with the Teaching & Learning Team, made up of the Deputy Superintendent, the Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Schools, and the Assistant Superintendent for Student Services.

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