Philosophy

 

We realize the responsibility that is placed on a number of people to provide the necessities of life and to aid in the development of each child. Four Winds Child Development Center and Academy will teach programs that are designed to meet the specific needs of each child. We will provide "whole" child development, while emphasizing their social, physical, emotional and intellectual development.  

Our Director

Carla Dorsch has over twenty-five years experience in education and childcare.
 
This includes her role as Administrator/Owner of Four Winds Child Development Center and Academy, a regionally recognized program serving over 170 children daily.  

Carla has a BA in Elementary Education, Masters in Business Administration, and a degree in Daycare Management. She has been recognized in Who's Who 2002-2003 Edition for Business Professionals and Executives.

Carla is also a Child Care Consultant. Through T.L.C. - Training Leaders in Child Care, Carla trains and consults Child Care professionals in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia.

SC Child Care Association 

Carla Dorsch is on the Board of Directors for the SC Child Care Association.

The goal of South Carolina Child Care Association is to promote physical, emotional, social, and intellectual growth in child care programs in South Carolina; to encourage and cultivate cooperation between its members; to present to the general public and the governing authorities factual information concerning the operation of these facilities; to advocate for quality child care; and to provide member services and programs.

  The South Carolina Child Care Association is dedicated to the education and care of South Carolina's children.

  The South Carolina Child Care Association is a team of professionals who join together to promote licensed, privately-owned child care and early education opportunities for the children of our state.  We have members (individuals, large and small centers, and schools) in every county.  We represent our membership at all state-level legislative functions by employing a professional lobbyist and having a dedicated, hard-working Board of Directors. We have members on many committees in South Carolina which deal with early childhood issues such as the South Carolina Child Care Advisory Board, state & county First Steps Boards, and the First Steps/United Way Quality Task Force. 

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We thank you for the opportunity to continue providing childcare and educational services for your child.  Please don't hesitate to stop by the office, call us or email us, if you have any questions or concerns.