Prekindergarten - Kindergarten Classrooms. Special Education classrooms: Early Childhood Intervention Program (PK-K), AIM (PK-K)
Free Breakfast Served Every Morning
- 7:30a.m. - Kindergarten (in cafeteria)
- 8:15a.m. - Prekindergarten (in cafeteria)
- 8:30a.m. - ECIP (in classrooms)
The Capuano Center's educational philosophy centers on providing students with extensive, varied, developmentally appropriate and fun learning opportunities that will help them grow intellectually, physically, socially and emotionally. The entire building is designed with early childhood in mind. Offered at the Capuano are the Prekindergarten Program, Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP) for PK students, and Kindergarten classrooms.
Read our Frequently Asked Questions for parents and guardians of Capuano Students.
Some of the Learning Opportunities Offered at the Capuano School
- Strong parent-teacher (home-school) connection
- Second Step social-emotional curriculum used school-wide.
- Recognized by the Green Guide as one of the top Green Schools in the nation
- City of Somerville community gardens on site as well as state-of-the-art soccer and playground areas.
- Community schools runs an after school fee-for-service program that delivers safe, developmentally appropriate enrichment curriculum until 5:30pm.
- Partnership with Somerville Recreation delivers Art a la Cart and Children at Play after-school programs, and the Smart Sports Development program for Kindergarten families
School report card
The Capuano Center regularly reports demographic and student progress data to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). This data is used to develop the annual No Child Left Behind progress report card for the Capuano. The 2022 Capuano Early Childhood Center School Report card is available on the DESE website.