PSED DIRECTORS

Jean Day

Administrative Director

Jean has been a member of the PSED team for more than 30 years! She currently holds the title of PSED Administrative Director. Jean is a graduate of Emerson College. At Emerson she studied Theater Education and received her Elementary Education Certification. Jean has had a total of 40 years working with children, both as a teacher and as an administrator. Jean is the mother of 2 children. In her free time, Jean loves hiking, kayaking and walking her dog Cooper. She also loves to travel and has visited Aruba, Antigua, Cozumel and the Cayman Islands over the last several years.


Ellen Lenoch
Program Director

Ellen has been with our program for 20 plus years, as PSED Program Director. Ellen grew up in snowy Syracuse, New York and majored in English and Education at St. Bonaventure University in NY. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education and taught for many years at the COMPASS School in Jamaica Plain. She also directed an after school program at the Dever School in Dorchester before coming to PSED. Ellen and her husband live in Roslindale and are the parents of four sons ages 28, 27,16 and 14. In her free time, Ellen enjoys baking, traveling, reading and spending time with her friends and family.


IMPORTANT REMINDERS

PSED NEWS

March 1st, 2021
PSED is now surveying first through fourth grade familes to detetermine how much interest there is in having thier children return for the spring. We are unsure how many additional children we may be able to accomodate due to space and staffing, but we are collecting data in order to plan for the remainder of the school year.
Please Note:
PSED has not yet begun 
re enrolling families for next year. We typically send out an email regarding incoming kindergarten siblings in early March but we have delayed this process to early April for planning purposes. 
We completely understand that many working families rely on  us for childcare! We sincerely hope to be able to have all of our currently enrolled families return next year but unfortunately, we have lost over 50% staff over the  past year. Currently, we are working with the Pierce School administration  and our Board of Directors to develop a plan to ensure we have adequate space and that we can staff each grade appropriately. Once this is determined we will begin our re enrollment process for next year. 
We will post updates as things progress.

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