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Waverly Child Development Center

Posted on: November 20, 2016
Evelyn Aguilar & Helenna Bragg, ages 4 and 3 respectively, explore musical instruments together.

Evelyn Aguilar & Helenna Bragg, ages 4 and 3 respectively, explore musical instruments together.

Kayla Warden, age 3,  concentrates on magnet work.

Kayla Warden, age 3, concentrates on magnet work.

The Waverly Child Development Center (WCDC) currently serves a culturally diverse class of three to five-year-old children. The ultimate goal of the Center’s work is to ensure future academic success for these children by reaching them at what is now widely-recognized as the most critical life learning stage for achievement.

The Center is a Reggio Emilia-inspired approach to education, nurturing the innate intellectual curiosity in children while supporting their social and emotional development within the classroom community. School activities are largely inquiry-based and exploratory so that children can begin to build their conceptual understandings of the world.

WCDC has a morning and an afternoon session available, and transportation is provided. A meal and a snack is served daily. Staff includes a head teacher and bilingual family liaison.

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