The Saugus Union School District Child Development Program provides children in kindergarten through sixth grade with a safe, enriched, age-appropriate environment before and after school. We provide a high-quality program that strives for excellence through enrichment activities planned and implemented by knowledgeable staff educated in the field of Child Development.
Child Development Program staff communicates and works with administration, elementary school staff, and parents to provide each child with a social, emotional, and academically supportive environment.
Child Development Program staff are valued and work in an environment that allows them to be creative, gain knowledge, and make meaningful contributions to the program, children, parents, and community.
The CDP School Age Program operates between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. All CDP School Age centers will be closed on holidays observed by the Saugus Union School District.
Care is offered during Fall, Winter, and Spring Breaks to currently enrolled families for an additional cost. A separate registration form is required to be completed prior to each break in order for your child to participate. Accounts must be current before registration will be accepted.