Educational Resources for Children
We are a private, community-based, non-profit agency
that provides academic, enrichment, recreational, and cultural arts activities
for out-of-school-time programs.
ERfC has been working with the
Enfield Community since 1994, providing innovative services to families and
children before and after school.
Our mission is to team with kids, communities, schools and families to grow resilient kids. Through innovative community collaborations,
we help kids learn, reach their goals, and contribute to their communities.
Enrollment deadline for Fall is
October 5, 2016.
School-Age Centers are open.
Accepting Enrollment Applications to begin
on Sept. 19th.
Click here to Enroll
ERfC Wants You to Know!
We’re excited to tell you that we’re applying for a five-year grant from the Connecticut Department of Education to help us serve
more students at the ERfC School Age Centers in grades 3-5 from Prudence
Crandall, Parkman, and Eli Whitney Schools.
Students in grades 3-5 will
attend the ERfC Centers located at Henry Barnard, Enfield Street School,
and Hazardville Memorial schools and will operate during the school year
and in the summer.
Please feel free to contact us if you have
questions – once we’ve completed the application for funding, we can
make it available for the community to review.