Now enrolling for Summer and September Preschool! [Summer Form]
120 Park Street, Clinton MA 01510
Call us at: 978-368-7400
Morning Activities include peer interactions, social opportunities with peers and teachers, independent and group play, art, and morning jobs. This is done through the use of sensory tables and materials, dramatic play, a chalk table, building materials, library, and more!
Circle Time gives us an opportunity to learn the importance of taking turns and respectful listening. During this time we teach greetings, counting, the calendar, the weather and sharing.
Group Learning focuses on literacy and math. We have a letter of the week, a question of the day, voting, counting, graphing, and equations. Our expanded literacy options include games such as Bingo, letter “scavenger” hunts, finding and discovering letters and words through forming letters in sand, play dough and other materials, name recognition/peer names, and sight words.
During Center Choice time the children can choose between Arts and Crafts (theme related activities), the Skill Center (shapes, letters and number activities), Math & Science (theme related independent activities), sensory tables or other tactile activities.
Of course we love our Outdoor Play times: Move your body! Have fun! Be a free Spirit! Be safe!
120 Park Street
Clinton, MA 01510
Anticipated positions as enrollment increases:
Lead Teacher Full Time (must be EEC certified)
Teacher (must be EEC certified)
Assistant Teachers Part Time
Director/Owner and Lead Teacher: Rose has her B.S in Early Childhood Ed. from Fitchburg State University and has over 25 years of experience in teaching and administration. Prior to making the decision to open HWG, Rose ran a highly successful after school program in Lexington and also worked in preschool and as a special needs teacher.
Megan has been with HWG essentially since it opened in 2014. She has already earned her EEC Teacher Certification from Middlesex Community College and is working toward her Lead Teacher Certification. In addition to her work at HWG, Megan was a care giver for an elderly woman, and volunteered at a daycare and at the Humane Society.
Laura started at HWG in January 2016. She has her Associates Degree in Early Childhood Ed. from Mount Wachusett Community College. Laura has past experience as a lead teacher and also works as a Skill Trainer for a young special needs woman.
Lauren started at HWG in May 2016. She is a recent graduate from Quinsigamond Community College and also has her Associates Degree in Early Childhood Ed. Lauren has experience through her student teaching and practicums in planning, classroom teaching and classroom management.