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Ms. Janet L Reid, Principal
Hello Families,

I hope this message finds you and your family healthy and safe. During the current school closure, the district has prepared some digital resources to “keep learning alive”. Below are links to some learning activities and websites from our staff. If you are unable to access the digital link on the website or print the distance learning packets, parents may pick up hard copies of distance learning packets at Szetela School. These OPTIONAL packets will be available for pick up between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM. If you are unable to pick up the materials at the school, please contact your school principal via email and a packet will be mailed out.

Here is the link to the CPS webpage that also offers great learning resources and district information.

In addition, the following link contains distance learning packets by other grade levels. These are optional resources for parents that wish to keep students engaged in learning activities.

Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation during this uncertain time. Please continue to check the school’s website, email, Facebook, or other social media outlets for updates.
  • Our Story
    Our Story
    Szetela Early Childhood School is an integrated language based preschool program that services young children with special needs and their typically developing peers. Classrooms are set up as learning centers in which well educated and knowledgeable teachers facilitate learning, communication, and socialization. We use a multi-sensory approach. Children are encouraged to experiment and explore using the provided materials to solve problems, create, and make their own discoveries. This program meets all the Massachusetts Core Curriculum Frameworks for Preschool.

  • School Vision & Mission Statement
    The Szetela Early Childhood School is committed to providing a high quality, developmentally appropriate early childhood program in an integrated setting, for all students.

    The mission of the Szetela Early Childhood School is to provide each child the opportunity to learn and grow as a unique individual who respects and values the uniqueness of others. The School desires to establish strong relationships with the home as acknowledgment of the fact that parents are the first teachers of their children. The teachers use developmentally appropriate procedures to engage children in the learning process. Children are expected to be active learners,protected and encouraged as they explore and discover their world.