all our staff are...


  • CPR / First Aid Certified
  • Trained and certified as required by the Department of Early Education and Care.
  • CORI, SORI, and BRC checked to ensure safety for your children
RJ Pomerleau- Executive Director

RJ has worked for SED since 2005 taking over as Executive Director in Spring of 2023. He started while in high school and continued while getting his math degree from Bridgewater State College.   He quickly became a kids favorite with all the unique, creative activities and games he comes up with.  He and his wife Jacqueline have a sons Myles and Quill.  

Jess Hines- School Age Program Director

Jess has been with SED since June of 2009. She too has worked in every program we offer. Jess started out as an aid in our after school program while in high school. She has worked her way up while attending Eastern Nazarene College and ultimately becoming a lead teacher in the Preschool. She transitioned back to our school age services in 2016 after the birth of her son Gavin.

Amanda Daily- Site Coordinator

Amanda started with SED in August of 2016 working with our school aged children.  She quickly proved to be a natural working with the kids and started assisting with all facet's of the program.  There are so many details that go into the day to day operations, Amanda helps with all of them.  A graduate of Massasoit Community College she is also a great chef and baker!

Linda Clark-Preschool Director

For over thirty-five years, Linda has been working with children and their families and loves what she does! Teaching is truly a noble profession. She graduated from Wheelock College and is a few classes away from a master’s program in Early Childhood Education at University of Massachusetts/Boston. Her and her husband Dan have 2 children, DJ and Tim, reside in North Weymouth.

"In working with infants and all the way through adolescents, I find each stage of development fascinating; my favorite group would be the group that I am spending with at that moment in time. All children are such sponges, you can learn so much from each child even if you are only spending a few minutes with that child. I firmly believe “If it’s not in the hand, it’s not in the mind.” It is exciting to watch that “light bulb” go on in a child’s face when they are learning something new or tackling a difficult task such as cutting with scissors. There is never a dull moment in a classroom. We are all learning new things every day and learning is fun!!"   Linda Clark...