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The Park City Cooperative Preschool (PCCP) is a not-for-profit school administered by the parents themselves. The school was established in 1987 by a group of parents who wanted a quality preschool experience for their children. Parents who choose the Co-op are committed to personal involvement in their child’s education.

The school provides a stimulating and varied environment where children are encouraged to work independently, in small and large groups, and in teacher-directed activities.

Classes meet on either Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday. There are eighteen children in each class; ideally with nine in the three-year-old program and nine in the four-year-old program. The children in the four-year-old program also attend on Friday when they concentrate on pre-kindergarten skills, Spanish and special projects.

There are two teachers and two co-op parents each day, which make the child to adult ratio 4:1.  Preschool hours are 9:00 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.

Program Objectives

  • To help the child develop positive self-esteem.
  • To prepare the child for a lifetime of learning by stimulating curiosity, creativity and intellectual development.
  • To provide a setting for parents to actively participate in their child’s education.
  • To provide opportunities for the child to socialize with children of a similar age.
  • To help the child develop trust through relationships with many friendly adults.

*Children must be fully potty trained and three years old by November 1st in order to enter the program.

We are moving into the Recreation Building next to Miner’s Hospital, and the temporary library, for the 2014/2015 school year. We will move back into the newly renovated library for the following school year.

Here are some pictures of the recreational building. Its going to be a wonderful spot!