Welcome to the Early Childhood Office/Coordinated Family and Community Engagement (CFCE) Program
The Westwood Eary Childhood Office is home of the Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant (CFCE) which supports families with children ages birth through eight. Our mission is to provide the following programs and services which form the acronym PEACE.
Parent Education workshops
Early literacy and learning activities
Assistance with basic family needs
Community collaboration and partnerships
Early Educator training and support
Forms & Documents
Announcing a new regional program for families with babies birth-6 months!
Westwood Early Childhood Council welcomes new members to become involved in early childhood services, activities and programs that serve the community of Westwood.
Registration is opening Sept. 17 for some of our October programs. Please note registration policy is monthly!
Join Erin Mann for stories, relaxing yoga poses and calming music to help your little yogi get ready for bed. Wear pajamas and bring a favorite lovey.
All families invited to read "The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything" by Linda Williams. Enjoy the story at your leisure along the .4 mile family trail at Sen Ki Lot. 1255 High St.
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All families are invited to read "The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything" by Linda Williams at Sen Ki. Park in the lot at 1255 High St. (near the Sunoco Station)
Registration is open monthly programs. We hope you'll join us by registering your family! Flyer can be found under forms/documents.
Announcing Baby Kneads..a free program for parents and babies birth-6 months!
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I want to welcome you to the Early Childhood Office of the Westwood Public Schools and Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Program! (CFCE). The CFCE program is a state funded grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care (EEC). The CFCE program serves as a resource hub for families and early educators of children ages birth through eight. We strive to strengthen families and support parents as their child's first teacher by offering free family-focused programs, resources, and services that enhance growth and learning. We offer a variety of literacy focused activities, and family playgroups throughout the community. Families may access resources, referrals and parent education on topics related to child development. We strive to support early educators to provide high quality programming with access to training and technical assistance and opportunities to share best practices. I welcome your call or email and look forward to working with you.
Janet Lucey, Early Childhood Coordinator
Room 14 Hanlon Elementary School
790 Gay St. Westwood, MA 02090