The Assistant Director of Cape Cod Children’s Place, Liz Stapleton, oversees the education of our young students. This includes leading the collaboration among teachers in the ongoing development of curricula which combine a richness and relevance to our students, ensuring that all program needs are child-centered and aligned with the Massachusetts State Frameworks and guidelines, including implementing Second Step Curriculum from the Committee for Children. Ms. Stapleton also manages all aspects of the implementation and maintenance of state and national standards, including the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the Massachusetts Quality Rating and Improvement System.
Ms. Stapleton holds her Director II Certification from the Department of Early Education and Care. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Early Care and Education from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and her Master’s degree in Special Education from Bridgewater State University. Ms. Stapleton lives with her daughter in Brewster.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & CARE
Cape Cod Children’s Place strives to provide exceptional and enriching programs to support the crucial early learning years. We believe in building a strong foundation in social emotional development of children
Cape Cod Children’s Place recognizes that parenting is the most important job, and at times, the most challenging one any of us can embark on. Our family support uses a strength-based approach to support all families
Cape Cod Children’s Place believes healthy families are a reﬂection of strong communities. We partner with our local schools, libraries and other community businesses and agencies to oﬀer free early literacy