Roxbury Weston Programs, Inc.

aka RoxWes   |   Weston, MA   |  http://www.roxwes.org

Mission

The mission of Roxbury Weston Programs is to bring families together in a learning community dedicated to the celebration of diversity and excellence in early care and education.

Ruling year info

1971

Principal Officer

Ms. Ingrid Mansfield

Main address

PO Box 241

Weston, MA 02493

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EIN

04-2394519

NTEE code info

Kindergarten, Nursery Schools, Preschool, Early Admissions (B21)

Intergroup/Race Relations (R30)

Educational Services and Schools - Other (B90)

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Children Acchieving Through Community Hope (CATCH)

Roxbury Weston Pr
ograms after-school enrichment program, CATCH (Children Achieving Through Community Hope), is located in Roxbury and serves children in Kindergarten through 3rd grade.
The curriculum of this  program is aligned with Weston Public Schools. The staff of the Roxbury Weston Programs places equal emphasis on the physical, emotional, social and intellectual growth of children. In developmentally appropriate methods, they support a child's academic success by helping the child develop learning skills and by nurturing their overall growth. Research also shows that high quality after-school programs, like Roxbury Weston's, further aid in closing the achievement gap because of the educational support, enrichment  and “wrap around care” they provide.

When high quality early education guidelines are aligned with kindergarten and primary grade experiences, a child is prepared for the best educational success. Addressing the whole child at the very beginning of their education can significantly close the achievement gaa distinction that only eight percent of early childhood programs hold and CATCH has received many commendations for excellence.

Population(s) Served

Within our Preschool, children learn and understand diversity, mutual respect, and cooperation which transforms their behavior and learning for life, making them engaged citizens. Our programs serve a racially diverse mixture of children from both the inner city setting and suburban Metro-west populations, allowing access to all by offering scholarships to our Preschool for the economically disadvantaged.  Our families and teachers come in many forms, from a wide variety of cultures and ethnicities, and belief systems. We address culture and promote inclusion of all.  Addressing the whole child at the very beginning of their education can significantly close the achievement gachildren develop language, social-emotional capital, physical and cognitive skills during the first five years of life. When high quality early education guidelines are aligned with kindergarten and primary grade experiences, such as at Roxbury Weston, a child is prepared for the best educational success. Roxbury Weston Preschool allows children to excel in a diverse community of inclusion and supportive, high quality education.

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Awards

8 Commendations for Excellence 2008

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Financials

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Roxbury Weston Programs, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 02/26/2009
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Board chair

Courtney Elliston

Newton Wellesley Hospital

Term: 2006 - 2009

Ingrid Mansfield

Roxbury Weston Programs

Gene Ritvo

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Bethany Casajian

Roxbury Weston Programs

Courtney Elliston

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Jennifer Sabot

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Leslie Jordan

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Kara Fleming

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Brian Joyce

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Monique Marshall-Veale

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Karen Peterkin

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Nadia Thomas

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