“Welcome Back!”

We’d like to extend a big welcome to all of our families as we begin an enriching and exciting new school year with your children at Main Street Child Development ...

The Circus Comes to Town

Main Street’s Circus is a fun-filled, family-oriented event. It serves the additional purpose of demonstrating student gains in creative expression and literacy skills, which are developed through arts enrichment activities. ...

Cox Curbs Summer Learning Loss

Mayor Scott Silverthorne joined Cox Communications’ JD Myers to present a check to Main Street on June 27th. Recognizing the impact of summer learning loss, Cox Communications has partnered with ...


Listen to the ocean

Using “shakers” (shell-filled eggs that create a rattle), students learn about rhythm and movement without forgetting important lessons learned about the ocean.

Meet Our Teachers

Each of our classes features highly-qualified, loving and creative teachers. Learn more about our outstanding faculty!

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Welcome Back!

Greetings! We’d like to extend a big welcome to all of our families as we begin an enriching and exciting new school year with your children at Main Street Child Development Center. Each new school year we watch enthusiastic new and returning preschoolers arrive to school skipping down the hallways to their classrooms. Please be […]

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Sustaining literacy gains in the summer

Summer learning loss in reading disproportionately affects low-income students, who lose up to two months of progress made during the school year; their higher-income peers make gains.[1] This summer, Cox Communications donated $4,000 to enhance Main Street’s literacy efforts. Cox’s contribution helped to purchase books and provide literacy-based enrichment activities for students. Cox employees visited Main […]

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Cox and Main Street partner to curb summer learning loss

Summer learning loss is a growing problem in today’s society, particularly in low-income populations. The average summer learning loss in math and reading for American students amounts to one month per year. More troubling is that it disproportionately affects low-income students: they lose two months of reading skills, while their higher-income peers make slight gains. […]

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Keller Williams Capital Properties Visits Main Street

Significant Volunteer Efforts a Hallmark of Real Estate Firm’s RED Day Celebration On Thursday, 22 volunteers descended upon Main Street Child Development Center (Main Street) from Keller Williams Capital Properties’ Fairfax offices. To celebrate RED Day 2014, Keller Williams’ annual day of service, the firm’s affiliates shut down worldwide so that employees can serve local […]

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Main Street Recognized for Inclusive Practices

On Tuesday, March 25, Main Street Child Development Center was recognized by Fairfax County Public Schools with an Exemplary Inclusive Practices Award for continually demonstrating exemplary inclusive practices for students with disabilities. Awards also were given to Bonnie Brae Elementary School and Halley Elementary School. Main Street is the first center to be recognized with […]

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