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Brockton Day Nursery

Serving the needs of families and children by providing comprehensive child care and support services. 


MARCH 18, 2020

Dear Brockton Day Nursery Families,

Out of an abundance of caution, Brockton Day Nursery will be open from 6:30 to 4:30 pm on Thursday March 19 and Friday March 20, 2020. We will be closed beginning Monday, March 23, 2020 to Tuesday April 7, 2020, so that we can help do our part in the continued efforts to prevent COVID-19 in our school. We will re-evaluate again in 2 weeks.

We will continue to keep you updated through Facebook and the website. Brocktonday.org.  Please update your contact information to ensure all information can be delivered to you.

We understand that the decision to close BDN is difficult for working families and we greatly apologize for any inconvenience.

Stay well

Brockton Day Nursery Family


Please visit the Brockton Public School’s website for updated informationwww.bpsma.org
March 17, 2020

Dear BPS Families,

Beginning tomorrow, the district will open six additional drive-up food locations with the hope that those who have transportation challenges will still have a location in walking distance to their home.

Grab-and-go meals will be handed out at all 10 of the following locations from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. every week day until the schools reopen:

  • Angelo School (Right side of the building where students are picked up at dismissal)

  • Arnone School

  • Brockton High School (Use Belmont Street Entrance)

  • Brookfield School

  • Davis School

  • East Middle School

  • Hancock School

  • North Middle School

  • Plouffe Academy

  • South Middle School

As a reminder, students must be present at the time of pickup and we cannot give out extra meals for adult family members. By tomorrow, each location will have printed learning resources available for students. We also have a variety of electronic and printable resources on our website, bpsma.org.

In addition to the breakfast and lunch options available to your child at these 10 locations, beginning tomorrow evening our friends at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro South will generously offer grab-and-go dinners at their Brockton Clubhouse from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. each week day until their clubs resume regular operations. Families should go to the gymnasium double doors on the right-hand side of the Clubhouse, located at 233 Warren Avenue, for service. The Boys and Girls Club must follow the same federal guidelines that we follow which require the student to be present to pick up their meals.

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Please expect further updates tomorrow.

Thank you,

Superintendent Thomas




Summer -School Aged

About BDN

Brockton Day Nursery is a non-profit center-based program for ages 0-13, that is full of fun and learning. Our Thematic curriculum includes a wide range of learning experiences including literacy, science, math, creative expression and physical fitness. We offer arts, crafts, music, role play (drama) and outdoor activities in addition to creative curriculum based learning.

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