Rollins Child Development Center is proud to partner with the following organizations. Please visit their websites for more information.
Rollins Child Development Center works alongside Cartersville City Schools and Bartow County Schools to help students thoroughout the area. For more information, please visit the websites listed below:
Cartersville City Schools: http://www.cartersville.k12.ga.us/
Bartow County Schools: http://www.bartow.k12.ga.us/pages/Bartow_County
Rollins Child Development Center works closely with Mentor Bartow to ensure children in our schools in Bartow County have the opportunity to be positively impacted by a dedicated mentor. For further information, please call our center at 678-535-5200 or email Alaina Price at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rollins Child Development Center is proud to work with the Georgia Highlands College Men's Basketball Team. This team will be wonderful mentors to the children at our Center. Visit Georgia Highlands' website for more information about the college: www.highlands.org.
HighScope is a wonderful organization focused on Early Childhood Education. Their curriculum includes infant/toddler education and care, preschool education, early literacy, music and movement, elementary education and youth programs. The fundamental research-based scaffolding founded by HighScope is modeled in all of the Rollins classrooms.
For more information, please visit their website:
Rollins is proud to announce its partnership with Quality Care for Children. This non-profit organization focuses on training and educating Early Childhood Care Professionals to help increase the quality of care recieved by children under the age of 6. As always, Rollins strives to provide the best care for our children and our partnership with Quality Care does just that. Find out more information at: http://www.qualitycareforchildren.org/
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is one of the world's largest organizations working as children advocates in the areas of child care and education. Rollins Child Development Center is proud to be associated with such a world-renowned association and is proud of their mission to improve the standards for Early Childhood care. For more information, please see the link provided: www.naeyc.org
Rollins strives to improve the quality of care and education received by its students. As part of this effort, Rollins has begun the accreditation process through the AdvancEd Program of the Southern Associate of Colleges and Schools, also known as SACS. By working with this program, we will improve the education of our staff and achieve higher standards of education for our students. To learn more about SACS and AdvancEd, please see their website: http://www.sacs.org/
In effort to provide the best care for our students, Rollins admires the work of the American Associate of Pediatrics. This organization dedicates itself to all areas of child health, disease prevention and health education. These are also important values to our center and we encourage their programs. For more information about the American Academy for Pediatrics, please see their website: http://www.aap.org/en-us/Pages/Default.aspx
Rollins is proud to be a partner of the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning. This is a state government program, also known as Bright from the Start. We share the belief that every child deserves exemplary care and we strive to improve the quality of care for every child within our area. For more information, please visit their website: http://decal.ga.gov/Default.aspx
We are excited to announce our new partnership with Pettit Preserve. This group promotes wildlife, habitats, recycling and a relationship with the planet we live on. Our students are excited to explore the wealth of knowledge that Pettit Preserve provides. For more information about, please visit their website: http://www.pettitpreserve.org/
Rollins Child Development Center is part of a wonderful organization known as the Bartow Collaborative. Together, with other non-profits in the community, we provide networking and other services to the citizens of our area. Together we can care for each other and build a stronger community. For more information about the Bartow Collaborative, please visit their website at http://bartow.gafcp.org/
Plaese call the center for updated information:
The Center Will Tuesday, January 3, 2017.
676 Henderson Drive
Cartersville, GA 30120
Fax: (678) 719-4003