Sudbury Extended Day

(978) 443-5829


Lisa Posner is the Site Coordinator at Noyes SED.  She has worked for the program since 2003, and has been Site Coordinator since 2006.  She has a degree in Elementary Education from Franklin Pierce College and has spent 18 summers as a camp counselor.


Melissa Adler is the Assistant Site Coordinator at Noyes.  Prior to coming to SED, Melissa was a preschool director.  She moved to Sudbury in 2018 with her son and daughter. They both attend school at Noyes. Melissa earned her BS from Lesley University in Human Development and Family Studies, with a minor in Early Education.


At Noyes SED, we emphasize building relationships with peers and adults, and practicing social skills such as teamwork, sportsmanship, empathy, and sharing.  We have an enthusiastic staff with a wide range of interests and experience.


Our afternoon program offers a wide variety of activity choices.  Each day, we have two teacher-run activities (crafts, games, science experiments, scavenger hunts, etc.).  We have an Art teacher who teaches art skills and concepts, and we plan an organized active game each afternoon.  One day per week, we hold “Club Day,” which allows children to go more in depth with their interests and learn new skills.  In addition to this, we have many toys, games, and free-art supplies for children to use their imaginations and create their own activities.  All children have outdoor time each day, weather-permitting.  When the weather does not cooperate, children participate in a gym game instead. We have an optional Homework Club with teachers to assist children as needed.  We provide healthy snack options including a carbohydrate, a protein and a fruit or vegetable each day.


Our morning program offers similar crafts and activities as well as an active organized game in the gym or outside.  Many parents find this active time to be beneficial for their children before beginning their school day.  Children in the morning program also have the opportunity to purchase school breakfast or bring their own.


Noyes Elementary School
280 Old Sudbury Road, Sudbury
(978) 443-9282

Did you know?

  • There are 570+ children in our programs.
  • There are 50 students enrolled in the middle school program in grades 6-8.
  • We employ 70 staff members both part- and full-time.
  • Our average teacher tenure is 11 years – a testament to the strength of our organization. Our teachers love their pivotal role in helping shape the social and emotional lives of Sudbury’s children!

SED Contact Information

Physical address:

Mailing address:

Main office:

327 Concord Road

P.O. Box 696, Sudbury


Fax: 978-440-8361

Remote Learning Center: 978-443-5829
Nixon: 978-440-9757

Noyes: 978-443-9282

Haynes: 978-443-7934

Loring: 978-443-4167

Curtis: 978-443-6964

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