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Delaney Preschool Playground Project

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Our vision is to create a safe, accessible, age and developmentally-appropriate, inclusive playground that is welcoming, engaging, and enriching for young students of all abilities for the Wrentham community. 

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  • 25 years old 

  • Parts can’t be replaced as they are no longer made 

  • Structure is not accessible to all students 

  • Utilized by 100 preschool students and countless community members each year 

  • Wood chips cover the surface area and are unsafe for children with mobility challenges

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  • Inclusive playground design accessible to all students with various mobility needs

  • Safe floor covering for easy movement for all students

  • Ground level play panels 

  • Multi-sensory play opportunities 

  • Welcoming, safe, and accessible play area for all 

  • ADA compliant

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Process & timeline
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  • Spring 2023 ~ A committee was formed to evaluate the current playground and determine needs for a new playground. 

  • Summer 2023 ~ Committee members visited area playgrounds to evaluate and gather information about desired playground features. 

  • Fall 2023 ~ Committee members reviewed playground presentations from area companies to determine the best playground design for our school and determined the cost. 

  • Fall 2023 through Spring 2024 ~ Ongoing fundraising efforts will take place. 

  • Summer 2024 ~ Remove current playground and Install new playground throughout the summer months.

  • Fall 2024 ~ Students enjoy new playground! 


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How to donate
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  • Donate via the project's GoFundMe Page

  • Mail donations to Wrentham Elementary Playground Project, 120 Taunton Street, Wrentham, MA 02093

  • Checks can be made out to Wrentham Elementary Playground Project