The Worcester Public Schools have announced that all schools and programs, including the Parent Information Center, and HEAD START will be closed until at least Monday, May 4.
Recreation Worcester is a free, year-round, out-of-school time program for youth run by the City of Worcester. Youth participate in curriculum based learning while focusing on our three main enrichment activities: athletics, arts, and academic programming. Youth also engage with community partners that help build programming and introduce participants to a number of positive, healthy, fun, educational activities.
Food will be provided to all youths that participate in the Recreation Worcester Program provided by the Worcester Public Schools and/or Friendly House.
Transportation will not be provided by Recreation Worcester.
Check here for updates and cancellations for the Recreation Worcester Program.
HEY REC WOO-ERS!! We've been working hard to move our Recreation Worcester programing online and are excited to announce that next week we will officially launch Rec Woo Online! Every week we will be posting video lessons and activities for youth and families to follow along with...
Posted: Friday 03/27/20 7:37 PM
We've been working hard to move our Recreation Worcester programing online and are excited to announce that next week we will officially launch Rec Woo Online! Every week we will be posting video lessons and activities for youth and families to follow along with from home! Along...
Posted: Friday 03/27/20 2:51 PM
Recreation Worcester after school programing will be canceled for the duration of WPS closings. We urge you to do your best to follow CDC protocol by taking the necessary steps to disinfect your living space regularly, wash your hands often, refrain from touching your face, as...
Posted: Monday 03/16/20 2:39 PM
Children may walk to and from the school/park at the discretion of each parent. The parent will allow this through the registration process.
Yes, they can go to any school/park in session.
They can attend any school/park at any time.
Children are registered only on the first visit to any participating school/park; it's a universal application for the program.
Between 4 and 5 staff in each school and 7 to 10 staff in each park at all times.
No, this is a free program.
No deadline; there is a rolling admission.
All parents must pick their children up by dismissal time for that particular school, however if they are running late they must call the coordinator of the site. There is a policy for excessive lateness within the program.
Vianna Mercedes, Coordinator 508-799-1328.
There will be food provided to every participant.