Community Partners in Education


    Interested in making a donation to the Clarke County School District Early Learning Center?  please click here

    The link will take you to a donation landing page. Upon donation, donors will be asked to provide details of the donation and the funds will be routed based on those instructions. For Example: Donation for Early Learning Center and how the funds should be used (ie to purchase children's books, instructional supplies, playground equipment, etc) Donors will receive a letter / receipt that they can use for tax deduction documentation


    The Office of Early Learning thanks its Community Partners in Education (CPIE), listed below!

    If you are interested in being a partner in supporting expectant mothers and children birth to age five, please contact Angie Moon de Avila at or call 706.227.7839, ext. 20420.

    Please support our partners! 

    Office of Early Learning Community Partners in Education
    Atlanta Mission
    Barnes & Noble
    Lake Shore
    Sam's Club


    Thanks to all our partners for investing in the students of Clarke County!


    A Special Thank You to the following community groups  and businesses for their thoughtful donations in support of Early Learning...

    The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys generously donated 800 boxes of sidewalk chalk to the Clarke County School District Pre-K program.  This donation will provide each CCSD Pre-K student with outdoor chalk, an excellent medium for art exploration and learning.  
    Arbor Terrace Adult Center donated School Supplies for Early Learning Center students to use during Distance Learning.  This donation will support early learning center students with limited at home school supplies access to additional engaging materials as they participate in distance learning. 
    County Commissioner Russell Edwards, owner of Agora Vintage donated adult and children sized masks to the Clarke County School District Early Learning Center.  This donation will support implemenation of CDC recommended health and safety mitigation strategies by providing each ELC Pre-K student and ELC classroom staff with an additional reusable cloth mask.