110 W. New York Ave.
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Evergreen Learning Center celebrates grand opening and ribbon-cutting in Orange City
posted Oct 16, 2013 - 3:15:40pm
Evergreen Learning Center welcomed families from the community and government officials at its Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Sept. 14. Orange City Mayor Tom Laputka, DeBary Mayor Bob Garcia, Orange City Council Member Ron Saylor and Commissioner Pastor Fred Lowry were all present to welcome Evergreen Learning Center to the neighborhood.
“As a small business owner, it is great to see the amount of community support we had for our Ribbon Cutting Celebration.” said Sonia Amin, center director. “The Grand Opening represents the culmination of hard work and dedication. We are happy to welcome families and students of all ages through our doors.”
The state of the art facility is optimized with learning in mind. Uniquely designed tutoring stations allow students and tutors to interact one-on-one giving them the attention they need.
In addition, the computerized diagnostic assessments are given on new ultra-portable laptops which make it comfortable and easy for students to use. A separate room for primary grade teaching is available which offers these younger students a room that is conducive to their unique style of learning. Students of all ages will find the environment provided at the center to be warm and offers an enjoyable learning experience!
"Our individualized Reading and Math curricula are created for each student based on assessments we provide. Everything is based on the Common Core State Standards and helps to prepare students for success at each grade level," said Jenifer Amin, Center Director.
Evergreen Learning Center will be open from Monday through Saturday by appointment and is located at 921 Town Center Drive Suite 200 in the Orange City Town Center. Please call 3836-663-1260 or visit www.EGLearningCenter.com for more information.
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