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safety tips

2gen approach

As summer draws to a close, back-to-school season is in full effect. Remember to safely share the roads with school buses, pedestrians and bicyclists, and provide children with the necessary knowledge to stay safe at school.

Promoting well-being for both parents and children together using a whole-family approach that  focuses equally and intentionally on services and opportunities for the parent and the child. 





Parents and guardians are encouraged to reach out to the Child Connection Center (CCC) by contacting their child’s school (eligible service areas listed on the left.)  Students may connect with the CCC on their own by visiting their school’s CCC  Office or guidance Center.  In addition, teachers, staff & school administrators may assist in connecting students and families with the CCC by reaching out to the CCC program staff at their school.

AREAS SERVED:

Budgeting is a family effort. Find out how to share the responsibility in managing spending. 

Financial Stability

Parent Support Groups

Nothing

is more important

than your family!

Child           Well-Being

HOW DO I CONNECT WITH THE CCC?

CCC serves families registered in the following schools: 


Herma Simmons Elementary School

300 West Chestnut Street

Clayton, NJ 08312

​856-881-8700 ext. 3133


Glassboro Intermediate School

202 Delsea Drive

Glassboro, NJ 08028

​856-881-2313 ext. 72146 


Bowe Elementary  School
7 Mancuso Lane
Glassboro, NJ 08028
856-652-2700


Saint Michael the Archangel Regional School

51 West North Street​

​Clayton, NJ 08312

​856-881-0067

Join us!

Our consultants can help connect you with the right resources for your family.

Healthy Relationships

The Child Connection Center is funded through the Pascale Sykes Foundation South Jersey Strengthening Families Initiative.

a Pascale sykes initiative

 

strengthening families & promoting positive youth development USING A TWO-GENERATION APPROACH