2017-18 Profile*

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Child Development Centers

625 Old Piedmont Highway
Greenville, SC 29605
Telephone: (864) 452-0400
Fax: (864) 452-0448
www.greenville.k12.sc.us/child/

Grades: Four-Year-Old Kindergarten - full-day

School Location: Our six child developments centers are located throughout the Greenville County area.

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Principal: Amanda Lecaroz
Email: alecaroz@greenville.k12.sc.us

A Brief History

1972 - Overbrook Child Development and Family Learning Center - This center has a long history of successfully serving preschool children from throughout the county and was designated as Palmetto’s Finest in 1995. The current name is Overbrook CDC. 1996 - Golden Strip Family and Child Development Center - Answering the need of the community, an early childhood program began at the Golden Strip Community Resource Center, in the old Bryson Elementary School. Golden Strip Family and Child Development Center moved to a new facility which was completed in the fall of 2005 on the adjacent property. The Golden Strip Child Development Center still works closely with the newly named Center for Community Services. The current name is Golden Strip CDC.

1998 - Northwest Child Development and Family Services Center - Furman University invited the School District, Greenville Hospital Center and United Way’s “Success By 6” to jointly apply for a Duke Endowment grant to serve young children and families in the Northwest Crescent area surrounding the Berea community and Furman’s campus. The center began in the former Berea Elementary building and moved a year later into a larger facility at the former Arrington Elementary site. A new facility was completed in the fall of 2005 and named Northwest Crescent Child Development and Family Learning Center. The current name is Northwest CDC.

1999 - Dunbar Child Development and Family Learning Center - With resources supplemented by the employee charity of a local business partner, Dunbar Child Development/Family Learning Center opened in the former East Greer Elementary School. A new facility was completed in the fall of 2005. The current name is Dunbar CDC. 2000 Riley Child Development and Family Learning Center - With the receipt of the state’s first Level II First Steps Grant, a fifth early childhood center was established in the southern part of the county. The Riley Child Development Center moved into the newly constructed center in 2004. The center continues to grow with the addition of the educational community garden in 2008. The current name is Riley CDC.

2009 Greenview Child Development Center – The sixth child development center opened in 2009 with the support of the Greenville County School District. The totally renovated Greenview Elementary school serves as the home of Greenview Child Development Center. Greenview CDC includes 4k and preschool special education programs. It is also the site for initial eligibility evaluations for preschool special education. The current name is Greenview CDC 

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For a closer look...

For more in-depth information on this school including programs, course offerings, extracurricular activities, and more - visit www.greenville.k12.sc.us/child/

If you would like information about the School Report Card rating, visit the State Department of Education Website, http://ed.sc.gov/data/report-cards/ or for more detailed testing information, visit http://ed.sc.gov/data/state-assessments/.

For more information, call INFOLine at 864-355-3100, visit our website at www.greenville.k12.sc.us, or watch The Schools Channel (Charter Cable Channels 14 and 99).

*Note: School Information is Revised Annually by December 1.