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Ms. Teresa’s NeighborSchool

Teresa Fontneau

Attleboro, MA

Days
Monday–Friday
Times
7am–5pm
Ages
2 months–4 years
Days
Monday–Friday
Times
7am–5pm
Ages
2 months–4 years
About Me

This all started when I had a baby, and now my son is about to turn 39. When I had my first son, I was home taking care of him, and slowly I started taking care of other people’s children, too. I thought kids needed more of a relaxed environment where they could have a bad day and stay in their...

Qualifications

Background Checked

Reference Checked

Home Safety Inspection

Health & Safety Trained

EEC License #9030891

Program
where children learn, grow and play
Size
6 students
Size
6 students

At Teri’s Tots, I focus on individual children and their social development, without stressing academics at such a young age. If I take them out somewhere, I teach them how to behave in that particular context. When children leave my program, they are comfortable in their own skin, and they know...

Enrollment

Take the to see if Teresa has space for you.

Environment

Teri’s Tots is located in my two-story colonial home. The bedrooms are upstairs, and the kids have the whole run of the downstairs living areas. I have a playroom for them, and the dining room is a good space for the little kids while the older children are in the playroom with smaller pieces or...

Schedule
Calendar
Year Round
Meals and Snacks
2 Meals / 2 Snacks
Calendar
Year Round
Meals and Snacks
2 Meals / 2 Snacks
Location

Teresa Fontneau 59 Peck Street Attleboro, MA 02703 (617) 263-7500

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Unlike Care.com, Yelp, or SitterCity, here at NeighborSchools we only partner with Licensed Home Daycare & Preschool Providers. These high-quality small-scale programs allow for better ratios, meaning more individualized attention for your little one. In Massachusetts, all Providers are licensed by the Dept. of Early Education & Care (EEC).

In order to receive and maintain a license from the EEC, Providers must:
  • Complete training in Safe Sleep, Childhood Nutrition, Medication Administration, and Transportation Safety
  • Undergo a rigorous home environment inspection & unannounced monitoring visits from EEC Licensors throughout the year
  • Maintain current Pediatric CPR & First Aid certificates
  • Complete a 3-part background record check, including fingerprints
  • Complete 10+ hours of professional development training annually

Many parents don‘t realize that Licensed Home Daycare & Preschool is regulated just like center-based child care. The biggest difference is that with Home Daycare your child is in the care of one experienced Provider who is wholly devoted to the children in their program. Children get the individualized attention and continuity of care they need to thrive; you get a more affordable child care option conveniently located right in your neighborhood.