Sunrise Montessori School, Inc.
providing preschool, pre-k transitional and kindergarten programs since 2005
31 Hayward St., Suite J2 Franklin, MA 02038
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Resources from the MA Department of Early education & Care (MA DEEC)
COVID testing for the child care community.
See the following link for locations and details:
HandholdMA.org is a family friendly website designed to help families navigate the mental health system in Massachusetts. The website was created by a team of mental health and child development experts in partnership with parents who have “been there.”
Handhold’s three main sections help parents answer these three big questions: should I worry?, what can I do?, and who can help? Whatever steps a family decides to take, HandholdMA.org offers a variety of tips, tools, and resources to help families take them with confidence.
Take a look at this flyer for an overview of our passive fundraising.
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Sunrise Parent Corner
Welcome to the source of important information for Sunrise families! Here you will find useful forms, guidelines from the MA Department of Early Education & Care, the parent handbook, newsletters and articles of general interest. Please click on any of the links below to view these documents as a PDF or to open the URL where the document is located.
Thanks for keeping informed!
Frequently asked questions about COVID and our school's policies
Sunrise adheres to the health and safety requirements issued by the State of Massachusetts Department of Early Education & Care.
The latest update from EEC regarding COVID as of January 2022:
EEC encourages providers to update their program’s quarantine and isolation protocols based on the new CDC guidance. As a reminder, EEC does not have prescribed policies on quarantine and isolation for child care, and each provider should use the CDC guidelines as the basis for their policies to support safe operations for their staff and families. Programs can continue to consult their Local Boards of Health and the local public schools when identifying policies to prevent COVID transmission while keeping children safely in care. To view the most current EEC updates, click the following link: