The Nurturing Families program provides families with an opportunity to build community with other families and provides parents and caregivers tools to support their child's learning. Parents or other caregivers attend two classes per week with their child from September to June.
The Co-op Preschool Program provides whole child, play-based early learning that focuses on strengthening the caregiver/child relationship and prepares families for entry into kindergarten. Children attend three days per week, while parent/caregivers participate once a week, from September to June.
The Young Scholars Program helps children realize their potential by providing parent-participation activities, mental health workshops, and academic enrichment opportunities. Parents also participate in activities to strengthen their connection with their children.
Our parent education program helps parents successfully embrace their role as their child’s first teacher. Family Services Coordinators partner with families to help them meet desired outcomes. Mental health services are available for individuals, couples, and families.