On June 23, 2013 Team Grayson won the 2013 USSSA 14U AAA Final Four Georgia State Championship by first winning the State Championship - Northeast Region tournament, which qualified the team for the Final Four State Championship tournament, where they went undefeated. Team Grayson is currently ranked by USSSA as the #1 team in Georgia and the #2 team in the Nation in 14U AAA (out of 962 teams), with an overall record of 26-3. Head Coach: Mike Knight Asst Coaches: Eddie Sims, Billy Ray and Russell Greenway. Players: (Front Row) Riley Knight, Hunter Burnett, Tyler McKelvey, Seth Ray, Nick Clarno, (Back Row) Matthew Greenway, Donald Perteet, Davis Ray, Connor Sims, Austin Nash, Akira Mitchell, Tyreese Johnson and Payton Shaddix.
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BellBrook Child Development Center and Rosebud Child Development Center is the vision of Teresa Tant, a resident of Grayson, Georgia who has one huge heart for children in multiple locations.
At BellBrook CDC and Rosebud CDC, we are committed to providing each child a safe, healthy and fun environment to look forward to each day. Children are our first priority
We believe that early care and learning is important to children and can help make a positive difference later in their lives
BellBrook and Rosebud staff understands that children develop and learn at their own pace, and they have individual interests. Our hands-on curriculum and daily classroom schedules allow the children time for small and large group activities, social interactions, fine and gross motor skill development and their constant need to be challenged as they are learning and having fun.
Children can choose from a variety of age-appropriate activities including art, music, story time, language development, math, science, dramatic play and outside playground activities including a water park.
Children independence, self-esteem, self-confidence and skills needed to solve problems develop as they choose and plan their activities each day. As we work with the “whole child” each day, we strive to offer them experiences and activities that stimulate them and making learning fun.
Our center offers parents an “Open-Door Policy”. We provide communication through daily activity sheets, parent memos, planned activity calendars, newsletters special events and e-mail. We strive to maintain a partnership with our parents and encourage them to get involved with their child’s classroom. BellBrook CDC and Rosebud CDC are safe and secure. Classrooms and playground are monitored by closed circuit cameras and we provide two secure entry doors with magnetic locks and key pads codes. Our playground areas are fenced and locked to provide further security.
The staff members are trained in First Aid, CPR, Fire Safety and Nutrition. Staff members are required to participate in continued education classes each year to stay abreast of current changes and new implementations in early childhood development.
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BellBrook Child Development Center 3155 Sugarloaf Parkway Lawrenceville, GA 30045 678-694-1679 6:00am-7:00pm email@example.com
Rosebud Child Development Center 550 Grayson Parkway Grayson, GA 30017 770-277-5353 6:30am-6:30pm firstname.lastname@example.org
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