In collaboration with Randolph Public Schools, South Shore Stars is applying for funding under the Massachusetts 21st Century Community Learning Centers “Supporting Additional Learning Time Grant for New Sites.” This announcement serves as public notice of our intent to apply. If awarded, this grant will elevate our programming at Randolph Extended Day by providing enhanced academic…
South Shore Art Center (SSAC) brought their visual arts initiative, Art Builds Community, to Randolph High School (RHS) Stars and Randolph Extended Day (RED) Stars. SSAC was engaged as an independent contractor by the First Congregational Church of Randolph (along with funding from the Boston University School of Theology) to deliver free visual arts programming to Randolph Public School students. South…
Many child care workers have quit during the pandemic, leaving parents without options and struggling to return to work themselves. Find out more in this Podcast by the Washington Post. If you are in child care and looking to make a change, Stars has several positions open at this time.
BOSTON – Sept. 23, 2021 Today, 2,800 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (“Blue Cross”) employees are volunteering to support 90 service projects across Massachusetts focused on improving the health of children and families as part of the company’s 11th annual Service Day. To support the needs of the community while offering safe opportunities for…
South Shore Bank delivered and installed 16 PCs to the more than 100 students participating in the South Shore Stars afterschool program in Randolph. Read the full article on wbznewsradio.iheart.com
South Shore Stars was recently the topic of the WBZ 4 Your Community. Watch the segment.
Stars receives funding from the United Way to help better support early childhood learners in its communities. Read more about the donations on the United Way Blog.
The Randolph Resiliency committee is now accepting donations. The donations will be distributed by South Shore Stars and NeighborWorks Housing Solutions. You can read more and donate to the committee here.
South Shore Stars and Brockton Area Multi-Services receive grants from the United Way to help early childhood education students with disabilities. You can read more about the United Way grants here.
Celebrating 50 years of service, Stars was able to raise over $100,000 in its Five Decades of Impact Gala Read the full article here. Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7DKh-d71cA