Events - Co-op events throughout the year support our school financially and strengthen our community.  These family functions include playdates, orientation, and fundraisers.  Member participation is essential to our success!

FALL 2018 EVENTS and Important Dates:

Weekly in August: "Get-to-know-you" Play dates on the playground, Thursdays, 9:30-11:30

Ongoing:  ** Registration**

08/25: Fall Parent Workday 9:00 am

08/23: ***Orientation, 10 am-11 am***

Tuesday, September 4th: First Day of School! 8:30 am-12:30 pm

10/31: Fall Celebration/Costume party

11/10: Fall Farmer's Market

Fall Fundraiser: Pancakes with Santa!

11/15: Thanksgiving Feast

11/19-11/23: Thanksgiving Break: (School Closed)

12/24-01/04: Christmas Break: (School Closed)

Spring 2019 EVENTS and Important Dates:

01/08 Back to School

Chinese New Year celebration

No School for Students: Parent/Teacher Conference Day

Fire Dept. Visit

Nursery Rhyme Tea Party

Children's Service at FPC

03/18-03/22: No School: Spring Break

04/16-04/18: Easter Fun Week

Farmer's Market/ Art Squared Fundraiser

Spring Parent Workday, 9 am

05/02: Cinco De Mayo celebration

05/20: Graduation and Potluck

05/22: Last day of School

05/23: Family Picnic

Special Talents: As a cooperative, we highly value the participation of parents, families and friends. We welcome you to share your heritage, talents and skills in a variety of ways. Have something that you'd like to share with us? Please let us know!
Workdays - The workdays are occasions for us to work together to clean, renovate, repair and tackle special school projects. Workdays are scheduled twice a year, one in the Fall (August) and another in the Spring (May). One adult per family must participate in each workday. (Dates TBD)
Parent Support Jobs - Each family is responsible for either serving on the Board of Directors or filling one other Support Job each year. Jobs are selected before school begins and are held until the end of the school year. Find Parent Jobs and Job Descriptions here.
Class Snacks and Lunch - The Assisting Parent will also provide the class snack for the day. Click here to read the guidelines for providing a safe, nutritious snack and for packing your child's lunch.

Families Make the PPCP Work!

The Assisting Parent - Members are required to assist at the preschool one day each month. Click here to learn what to expect on your Assisting Parent Day.
‚ÄčA cooperative Preschool seeks to create a family environment in which the Director, Teacher and Parents work together. Parents and guardians of children enrolled in the preschool will be Members of the Presbyterian Parent Cooperative Preschool (PPCP) and have the opportunity to become a part of a Christian community of supportive parents. 

Presbyterian Parent Cooperative Preschool

Presbyterian Parent Cooperative Preschool does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, religion, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admissions and education policies, financial assistance programs, employment practices, and other school-administered programs.