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Winter Raffle Winners

Congratulations to the families that won our Winter Camp raffle! Each family won a gift basket filled with winter-themed activities and gift cards! Winners: Castillo-Garza Family—Santa Teresa CDC Guel Family—C.B. Eaton CDC Munoz Family—Reid CDC Montes Family—Oak View CDC Huff Family—Mound CDC Howard Family—Arthur Dudley CDC Naidu Family—-Maeola Beitzel CDC

Altamont Ribbon Cutting

We’re proud to announce our expansion in the bay area with our new center, Altamont CDC! A ribbon cutting and open house was held on December 6th, 2018 to celebrate the new location in Mountain House, CA. Altamont CDC is proud to offer preschool programs to the Mountain House community. The center first opened its… Read more »

Cardboard Challenge at Knott CDC

The Cardboard Challenge is a yearlong event that celebrates children’s collaborative effort to build projects using cardboard materials. In conjunction, The Global Day of Play takes place on the first Saturday of October each year and encourages families, friends and the community to come out and celebrate children’s creative efforts throughout the year. Families at… Read more »

Center Photo Contest Winners

Our centers have been participating in a photo contest over the last couple of months. We think these photos capture some of the great things happening in our programs. Our children are captivated, curious, helpful, growing leaders. They have fun, learn, explore, create, climb, read, laugh and so much more. Our contest winners were Canyon View… Read more »

Center Openings

We have had two centers that have recently been opened, one in Dixon and another in Tracy. In Dixon, Silveyville CDC officially relocated on July 18th to the campus of Anderson Elementary School at 415 East C. Street as Anderson CDC on July 21st. In Tracy, Villalovoz CDC officially opened its doors on August 11th… Read more »

Autism Speaks – Walk-A-Thon /Community Involvement

When Sedgwick CDC wanted to participate in the community they decided to work on a cause that was currently impacting children at their center. Since they had two children with autism, they chose the charity Autism Speaks. The CDC teachers spoke to the children about the challenges that children with autism face and how this… Read more »