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Play With Purpose at CFCD: Book Drive

Miss SC Teen, Sarah Wren, organized a book drive with CFK for our
students. Each child received several books to add to their home 
library. We appreciate her efforts and the many donations!








The Richland Two Center for Child Development offers free 4K Child Development Classes
to students who qualify based on developmental readiness, free or reduced meal status
or other risk factors. Child Development classes are held at the Center for Child 
Development located at 2621-A Clemson Road on the campus of Killian Elementary 
School, as well as at all elementary schools throughout the district. Students attend 
their zoned elementary school. Bus transportation may be provided to the zoned school
if there are available spaces on school buses.
In February and March, the Center for Child Development will hold community meetings
to help parents with the process for 4K Child Development Classes. A parent/guardian
must attend one of the sessions to submit an online application and copies of the required 
documents (child's long form birth certificate, child's immunization, three proofs of residence
and proof of income). After attending a session and completing the online application, a 
screening appointment is scheduled. The date for the meetings will be announced in January.

The application session dates for the 2017-18 school year will all be held
at R2i2 from 6-8 pm.  
February 6-Bethel, Langford, Round Top, Lake Carolina
Febuary 21-Bridge Creek, Bookman Rd. Rice Creek
February 27-Sandlapper, Killian, Lonnie B. Nelson, North Springs
*Spanish translating services will be offered at all the March sessions.
March 7-Pontiac, Polo Rd. Catawba Trail
March 13-Conder, Jackson Creek, Forest Lake
March 21-Windsor, Keels        



2017-2018 Teacher of the Year!!!!




Child Development is able to celebrate that one of its own is again


recognized as a Teacher of the Year!! It was announced that Rocio Herron


will represent Bridge Creek Elementary as the 2017-18 Teacher of the Year.




                                                                                Recycling for Roberta                                                                              




        Roberta, a specially-trained service dog,  
visited our campus with her owner,
Mrs. Blevins.  Both of them work at
Lonnie B. Nelson Elementary assisting
students who need help with things such
as picking up dropped items and opening
doors.  The children were so excited to meet
her and learn about how we can be helpful to her
We will begin a year-long service learning
project of collecting aluminum cans to be
recycled for money to help off-set the cost
of her care.  If you would like to participate,
you can place these items in the bins located
on the sidewalk.



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