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Betsy B. Currin Child Development Center

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A Five-Star Licensed Center.

Parent Referral Program

There is no greater acknowledgment of the trust between parents and the staff at the Betsy B. Currin Child Development Center than the referral of family or friends to our five-star licensed center.

With that in mind, Nash Community College is excited to announce a new Parent Referral Program for the 3-4 year old class, which will entitle referring parents to possible tuition credit.

A one-time credit will be given for each new 3-4 year old child referred to the Betsy B. Currin Child Development Center after four consecutive weeks of enrollment.

Click to access the referral form.

Now enrolling three and four year olds for January 2019.

The goals of the Child Development Center are to provide quality early education for children six weeks to five years of age and to serve as a model training program for Nash Community College students and the community. Parents are recognized and valued as active members of the Center’s team.

Teacher Assistants and student interns will provide additional adult to child interaction. The classrooms are staffed with teachers who hold an Associate or Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education or a related field. Teacher assistants must hold the North Carolina Early Childhood Credential. Our Staff attends conferences, workshops, and training for continued staff development. Advanced degrees are encouraged and supported among our staff. In addition, students from Early Childhood Education and Nursing Programs at Nash Community College also intern at the center.

Teacher to Child Ratios
Infants 1:5
Young Toddlers 1:6
Toddler 1:9
Young Preschool 1:10
Older Preschool 1:12

Hours of Operation

The Child Development Center hours are 7:30 am to 5:30 pm.

Tuition Rates

The Nash Community College Child Development Center provides high-quality education for young children. We do this while keeping the cost of education as affordable as possible.

The tuition fees pay only the direct educational costs of the center. The facilities costs, including maintenance and utilities are paid by the college. There is a $50 registration fee. Listed below are the current tuition:


Rate
Infants $750/month
Young Toddlers $750/month
Toddler $705/month
Preschool $680/month
Pre-K $680/month
Supply Fee $35/annual
Late Fee $25

Sibling discount applies

Current Openings

The Nash Community College Child Development Center has limited openings in the three and four year old class, and wait list options are available. Please contact Anna Shook, Early Childhood Coordinator at acshook490@nashcc.edu or 252-451-8498 for more information. Nash Community College’s Child Development Center is accepting applications for students for the four year old classes.

Tuition Assistance

For information regarding tuition assistance programs, contact the NCC Financial Aid office at (252) 451-8371 (for NCC students) or the Down East Partnership for Children at (252) 985-4300.

Contacts

Angela Nieves
Director, Child Development Center & Co-Director of Early Childhood Education
Angela Nieves
Phone: 252-451-8495
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Location: CDC
Anna Shook
Coordinator, Child Development Center
Anna Shook
Phone: 252-451-8408
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Location: CDC