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LFPR - June 16, 2020 - 0 comments

SAVANNAH, GA – JUNE 16, 2020 – Greenbriar Children’s Center recently reopened their childcare operations with some new COVID-19 procedures, protocols and arrangements in place. The centers’ directors and teachers are pleased with how the opening has gone so far and they have opened registration for new students to attend starting in August.

The W.W. Law Learning Center is located in a City of Savannah’s facility, so it will not open until the City reopens its recreation facilities. Both Windy’s Preschool and W. W. Law Learning Center are currently operating at Windy’s Preschool, 425 Tatnall Street. The facility is spacious enough that the program can maintain proper distancing.

Everyone working inside Windy’s Pre-school is following the rules in Gov. Brian Kemp’s most recent child care executive order, which include screening children for signs of illness; restricting family members from entering beyond the front door; having children eat meals in the classroom whenever possible; increased sanitizing, cleaning and handwashing; and no sharing of soft or machine washable items, like toys or bedding.

“We’ve been happy to welcome our students back and we are doing everything in our power to keep them healthy and safe. We hope that having our facilities to rely on has given many parents peace of mind and allowed them to focus on their work, knowing that their children are in great hands,” Greenbriar Children’s Center Executive Director Gena P. Taylor said.

Windy’s Pre-school is currently taking applications to enroll students for the 2020-21 school year, which begins in August. Windy’s accepts children ages 1 through 5 for their childcare and Pre-K classrooms. Parents or guardians can register children by going to to download a form, which must be completed and returned for consideration.

Greenbriar Children’s Center is a nonprofit organization which promotes the healthy development of children and the strengthening of families through a multitude of services. These services include early childhood education, family counseling, emergency shelter, and Project Safe Place. For more information, please visit or call 912-234-3431.

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