RN Beck CDC
Home of the Busy Bees!
School Phone: (843) 758-6876
Mission: In a diverse and inclusive community, RN Beck Childhood Development Center prepares and inspires students to lead authentic, purposeful lives through play, movement, and social-emotional learning.
- we see our students joyfully reaching their potential.
- we see our school thriving as an excellent, diverse, inclusive, and connected community.
- we see our staff partnering with parents and caregivers to provide quality care and meaningful learning experiences.
- we see our world made more hopeful because of the RN Beck Childhood Development Center community.
Values & Beliefs: The staff at RN Beck Childhood Development Center believes that children learn best through a creative environment, education in social-emotional skills, opportunities to engage in play and movement, and participation in a diverse community.
Purpose: To engage children in stimulating experiences beginning the pathway for future success and life-long learning.
Preschool Registration 2022-2023
Preschool (4K) - Children must be 4 years old on or before September 1, 2022. Preschool students will need to be pre-approved and receive a registration code from the Office of School Readiness (843)673-1129.
Parents will be required to supply proof of residency, birth certificate and either the child's Medicaid card or 2021 income taxes.
5K Registration for 2022-2023 and Bus Info!
Our current 4K students who are rising 5K students will need to register for next year. They will be considered NEW STUDENTS when you register: f1s.org/registration.
Students must be registered by July 17, 2022, to receive bus transportation on the first day of school. The first day of school for students is August 1, 2022. Any students who register between July 17th - July 31st will receive transportation no later than August 15th. Students who register August 1st or later will receive transportation no later than August 23rd.
Transportation Vehicle Time!
Safe in the Sun!
Here are some ways to protect you and your child from harmful UV sun rays when enjoying the outdoors this summer:
- Stay in the shade whenever possible. Plan indoor activities during the mid-day hours when the UV rays are strongest and most dangerous.
- If possible, wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants or skirts.
- Wear a hat that shades the face, neck, ears and scalp.
- Wear sunglasses to protect eyes from UV rays.
- Use a sunscreen with a minimum of SPF 15 every time your child goes outside. Don't forget to apply to ears, noses, lips, and tops of feet.