School-Age Child Care is designed to support working parents with children ages 5 through 13. Operating out of three sites in the area, children are welcomed to each site from neighboring schools. SACC’s structured programs offer homework support, math and literacy coaching, physical activity, health, nutrition and wellness, art classes, and music. Kids who start out in the SACC program often transition to our Youth Development programs and eventually work in the summer programs.
|Bird Street Community Center||500 Columbia Road Dorchester, MA 02125|
|Hale Elementary School||51 Cedar St. Roxbury, MA 02119|
|Higginson/Lewis K-8 School||131 Walnut Ave. Roxbury, MA 02119|
Frequently Asked Questions
Is SACC open during school vacations?
During Winter Break, February Break, and Spring Break, Bird Street keeps multiple sites open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and all registered SACC students are eligible to attend. To find out which sites are open during the 2017-18 school year, call 617-282-6110 ext. 15 or email email@example.com SACC Director Shantel Woodard.
With the exception of vacation weeks, SACC operates on the same schedule as the Boston Public Schools. You can find the 2017-18 schedule here.
Can my child come to SACC on snow days?
SACC follows the weather determinations of Boston Public Schools, which can be found here.
Is SACC active during the summer?
During the summer, SACC expands into the Summer Day Getaway Program. More information can be found here. Program applications will open in February.
Is SACC a licensed child care provider?
Bird Street's School Age Child Care Program is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. Summer Day Getaway is licensed by the Westwood Board of Health.