Private Childcare

What happens by age five lasts a lifetime.

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Our school readiness approach focuses on the development of young minds during the first five years, when a child’s brain is rapidly forming. We reinforce this approach by engaging parents and families in their child’s development and learning.

Our school readiness goals are aligned with the North Carolina Early Learning Guidelines and the local school system. We use the evidence-based Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies GOLD—a valid and reliable ongoing assessment instrument—to guide our teaching methods. Our Pre-K services are aligned with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School’s calendar, and services are provided year-round.

Location

Our newest center, Family Services Child Development Center at 1411 S. Broad Street, Winston-Salem, opened in September 2021.

This state-of-the-art facility is convenient for families in the Washington Park area as well as for parents working downtown or at nearby colleges, universities, medical facilities, and other employers.

For more information, please contact info@familyservicesforsyth.org.

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Child Development

The First Five Years Deserve Five-Star Care.

Now servicing children 18 months – age 5. Space is limited. Enroll your child today!

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Key Features

  • Lead teachers have Bachelor’s Degrees
  • Assistant teachers have Associates Degree or Child Development Associate credential
  • Teachers receive ongoing professional development and training
  • State approved curriculum
  • Maximum class size of 18
  • Curriculum focuses on cognitive, social and emotional development

 

Differentiators

  • Family Services has the only child development facility in Forsyth County accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
  • Family Services Child Development Programs meet all ten benchmarks for high-quality Pre-K programs established by the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER).
  • Family Services is partnering with the Gateway Nature Center to incorporate hands-on environmental education into the Pre-K curriculum.
  • Family Services provides consultation and referral on nutrition, developmental assessments, and mental health services.
  • Family Services is committed to the enrollment of children from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Child Development

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info@familyservicesforsyth.org

(336) 722-8173
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