In support of the public health and community solution to address the COVID-19 virus, all Pathways classrooms, programs and offices have been closed since Monday, March 16th and will reopen no sooner than Tuesday, June 30th. This social distancing strategy requires that we all limit contact with groups of people during this time. We encourage you to remain at home. We are developing a comprehensive plan for re-opening our programs when safely allowed to do so and will post updated information as it becomes available.
During this time, our social work or admissions departments, can be contacted at 978-515-5330 and we will respond within 24 hours.
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR OUR COVID-19 FAMILY RESOURCE PAGE. THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED WEEKLY WITH ADDITIONAL RESOURCES.
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR OUR EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS DURING THE COVID-19 CLOSURE. THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED WEEKLY WITH ADDITIONAL RESOURCES.
Also, please stay tuned to Pathways for Children’s Facebook page for community resources and other updates.
Welcome to Pathways for Children!
Pathways is a leading provider of education and care programs on the North Shore of Massachusetts serving over 500 children and their families from 14 communities. Our year-round programming, including Head Start and Early Head Start, serves children birth to age 13 and their families. We have centers in Gloucester, Beverly and Salem.
Our comprehensive, all-inclusive educational programming offers meals, nutrition assessment, health and developmental screenings, referrals for special education services, family support, enrichment programs and transportation when necessary.
Pathways’ holistic, all-inclusive approach along with our outstanding performance reviews and professional accreditations are what set us apart from most early education and care organizations.
We set our standards high, value our dedicated professional staff, and invest in each child’s success.
To learn more about the services Pathways offers, please see our video below:
Pathways programs reach our children and families in a wide variety of ways. Our social workers can make a difference for our families. Sue Todd, President and CEO states: “The staff can find and build on strengths that even the parent doesn’t know are there. That parent who walked through our door unable to make eye contact because of lack of self-esteem, finds their voice and finds their path to a promising future for their family.”
Pathways for Children is an equal opportunity employer