Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is a co-op?

A: A cooperative preschool is a non-profit organization owned and operated by the parents of the children enrolled. Together, the members shape the direction and policies of the schools with the guidance of a qualified teacher. They share a philosophy that emphasizes the importance of self-esteem in a child’s healthy development that recognizes the value of learning through play.

Q: What are my responsibilities as a co-op parent?
Q: How often do I need to work in the classroom?
Q: What if I can’t work in the classroom due to work or other obligations?
Q. What is the student to teacher ratio and how many children are in each class?
Q: Can a nanny or a family member work in the classroom instead of a parent?
Q: Does my child need to be potty trained?
Q: What do I need to do to enroll my child?
Q: Can I bring my other children with me when I work in the classroom?
Q: Will my child play outside?
Q: What is the G.D.C.N.C?