Thank you to all of the 2014 Auction Donors who made this year’s event successful!
Please see the “News & Events” page for upcoming and recent school activities.
Enrollment for the 2014-2015
school year is open!
offering preschool classes for 3, 4, and young 5 year olds
Now is a great time to talk to us about the programs we offer to help you decide if the Co-op is right for you and your child. If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail or call Nichole Warriner, Membership Chair, at email@example.com. Our experienced and dedicated teachers are also available to answer your questions.
An application and a $35.00 non-refundable registration fee (add $5.00 non-refundable registration fee for each additional child) must be completed for enrollment.
Scholarships are available for qualified families:
**We accept members on a first come/first serve basis. If a session is full, your child can be placed on a waiting list for the first available opening; available slots in the sessions do fill up quickly. If you do not register at early enrollment, mailing or delivering the completed application and registration fee as soon as possible will help in securing a spot for your child. Mailed applications will be considered “received” based on the postage-date.
2′s Parent and Child Playgroup
Chelsea Children’s Cooperative Preschool is excited to now be offering a 2-year-old Parent and Child Playgroup. The class is a 1 ½ hour class held in the Young 5’s classroom, led by Tina Diab, a current Chelsea Co-op parent.
The 2-year-old playgroup provides families with a parent-child activity for the child who is not quite old enough to attend the traditional preschool. It also gives parents a means to connect with other parents as well as provide some “preschool experience” to both parent and child so that the transition to the 3-year-old preschool will be less intimidating.
Children enrolling in the 2-year-old playgroup must be 2 years old by December 1st of the school year. We will have two 12-week sessions, and the cost is $80.00 per session. The first session will run October-January and the second will run January-April. Class will be on Friday mornings from 9:15-10:45 am.
If you are interested in joining this playgroup, please submit your completed and signed application along with the $80.00 for the first session. Participation in the 2′s Playgroup allows you priority enrollment for our 3′s class.
We accept members on a first come, first serve basis. Available spots fill quickly so returning the completed application and session fee right away will help to ensure your child’s spot.
Thank you for your interest in the Chelsea Children’s Cooperative Preschool. Please feel free to call or email our Membership Chairperson with any questions about programs:Nichole Warriner, Membership Committee Chairperson
463 Shiloh Drive
Chelsea, MI 48118 (734) 433-9384
Chelsea Co-op Preschool is a
Music Together® Preschool!This preschool is a qualified provider of the licensed Music Together® Preschool
program, making a commitment to include music as an essential part of its core curriculum.
As part of the Music Together® Preschool program, Music Together specialists teach music and movement classes weekly in cooperation with classroom teachers. Classroom teachers then follow through on the weekly sessions, adapting activities to their curriculum needs and interests. Recordings, songbooks, and teaching materials are provided to each classroom, and children “bring the music home” for parent-child musical play, sharing the songs and activities learned in school. Children learn from the model of music participation set by both parents and classroom teachers, and the joy of extended family music in school and at home creates a natural circle of learning that builds parent-child, parent-teacher and parent-school relationships.
The Music Together Preschool program provides children with the opportunity to learn music in developmentally appropriate ways; supports cognitive, emotional, social, and physical development; gives parents enjoyable and significant ways to relate to their children; engages at-risk children; and enhances happiness and well-being in your school community.