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CCC SERVES FAMILIES REGISTERED IN THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS: 

HERMA SIMMONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
300 WEST CHESTNUT STREET
CLAYTON, NJ 08312
856-881-8700 EXT. 3133

CENTRAL EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
1040 MONMOUTH ROAD      DEPTFORD, NJ 08096 856-384-8750

SAINT MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL REGIONAL SCHOOL
51 WEST NORTH STREET
CLAYTON, NJ 08312
856-881-0067

WHAT THE COMMUNITY IS SAYING

“Our Week of Respect activities kicked off this morning with a terrific Tunnel of Respect.  The perfect way to let our students know that they are truly valued in our school!  Thank you to everyone who participated, and special thanks to Ms. Fleming from the CCC who got this rolling for us. A new tradition born at Simmons Elementary School!”

–  Scott Uribe, Principal

“The Child Connection Center helps students who are having social, emotional, and academic struggles through school-based programs, which offer students strategies to deal with stress and solve issues and problems in a healthy, productive way. This opportunity allows students to be successful both academically and socially.”

Kathy Mercier, 5th grade Teacher

PROGRAM GALLERY

       

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CCC SERVES FAMILIES REGISTERED IN THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS:

HERMA SIMMONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

300 WEST CHESTNUT STREET
CLAYTON, NJ 08312

856-881-8700 EXT. 3133

CENTRAL EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

1040 MONMOUTH ROAD
DEPTFORD, NJ 08096

856-384-8750

SAINT MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL REGIONAL SCHOOL

51 WEST NORTH STREET
CLAYTON, NJ 08312

856-881-0067

WHAT THE COMMUNITY IS SAYING

“Our Week of Respect activities kicked off this morning with a terrific Tunnel of Respect.  The perfect way to let our students know that they are truly valued in our school!  Thank you to everyone who participated, and special thanks to Ms. Fleming from the CCC who got this rolling for us. A new tradition born at Simmons Elementary School!”

–  Scott Uribe, Principal

“The Child Connection Center helps students who are having social, emotional, and academic struggles through school-based programs, which offer students strategies to deal with stress and solve issues and problems in a healthy, productive way. This opportunity allows students to be successful both academically and socially.”

Kathy Mercier, 5th grade Teacher

PROGRAM GALLERY

       

see full gallery