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Cooperative Preschools in Our Community

  1. Center for Families Cooperative Preschool
  2. Edmonds Cooperative Preschool
  3. Lake Stevens Cooperative Preschool
  4. Marysville Cooperative Preschool
  5. Mill Creek Cooperative Preschool
  6. Snohomish Cooperative Preschool
  7. West Edmonds Cooperative Preschool

Open enrollment: contact the preschool of your choice for enrollment information or to tour one of the facilities affiliated with Edmonds College.

Parent Education Cooperative Program

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Is it time for your child to attend preschool? Visit our different co-ops and find out which one is the one that meets your needs.

Questions: 425.640.1665 or fled@edmonds.edu

Involvement in a Parent Education Co-op Preschool is also available for parents of two- to five-year-olds at the above community co-op preschools. Co-op preschools start in September and end in May. Depending on the children's ages, classes vary in time and length. Usually, four-year-olds attend in the afternoon, while two- and three-year-olds attend in the morning from two to four days each week.

Teachers provide age-appropriate experiences for the children and opportunities for parents to support their child's growing needs through planned classroom activities. The program is designed to benefit both parents and children. A typical class includes parent-supervised activities, such as music, snack, and active times.

Each preschool has a required evening meeting once per month. Co-op members discuss preschool business, classroom curricula and meet with the college instructor. These discussions include topics such as child development, classroom issues, current research and parenting topics.

Non-Discrimination Policy

We admit students of any race, color, or national and ethnic origin, and they have access to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our schools. We do not discriminate due to an association or perceived association with a protected class, including, but not limited to, race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, age, citizenship, marital or veteran status, or genetic information in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, financial assistance programs, and other school-administered policies.