Located in the southeastern corner of Inglewood, the Child Development Center is a place where preschoolers, ages two to five, develop the solid educational footing they will need to make the most of their K-12 education. Programs at the Child Development Center include:
Child Development Center (CDC) – A part day and full day, July -June program, CDC is for the children of parents who work, go to school, are in training for jobs, seeking employment, and homeless. Space is limited, so parents should sign up as early as possible.
Resources at CDC include a school psychologist, a speech and language therapist, a school nurse, and family counseling. There is also a Family Resource Center—a room packed with information about child development, effective parenting strategies, and raising children with special needs.