Programs

All of the programs at Whitefoord Inc. seek to uniquely connect, support and improve health and education in our community. From the youngest residents to the youth in our schools to area adults and families, everyone can consider Whitefoord Inc. the resource for a healthy community. Click on the links below to learn more about each of our programs.


Whitefoord Child Development and Pre-K Program

Our Child Development Program was established in 1998 to increase the quality, quantity, and accessibility of child care for residents of the Edgewood community. From its initial enrollment of 20, the program has grown to serve more than 125 children ages six months to five years, including a Georgia lottery-funded Pre-K Program.  

Afterschool Enrichment Program

Success in school often requires diligent work outside of school.  Our After School Enrichment Program provides that support to improve the academic performance of Whitefoord Elementary School students, grades first through fifth, at in a safe and nurturing environment.

Summer Programs

 

When school is out, learning continues at Whitefoord Inc. Our Summer Reading Program is designed to improve test scores and reduce reading deficiencies of elementary school students. With structured reading and enrichment activities for first through fifth grade students, the Summer Reading program strives to avoid a decline in national and state reading scores year over year.

Whitefoord Computer Clubhouse

The computer clubhouse offers young people ages 10 to 18 opportunities to discover and develop skills through technology. Members, as they are known, enjoy a safe haven in which to explore their creativity and make their imaginations come to life.

Bike Right Program

Whitefoord Inc. works to connect health and education in the community in many ways. The summer Bike Rite Program promotes physical health through bicycling while also supporting academic achievement in a safe, supportive and encouraging environment. Students in grades six through twelve are accepted into this program with a referral from their school.