Best Cooperative Preschools in DHS VA

Cooperative Preschools in DHS VA

Recent Reviews in DHS VA

Soumya Azzam Family Child Care

"Soumya is wonderful! She’s been so helpful to me as a first time mom. My daughter is all smiles when I drop her off. I can tell they’ve bonded well. I appreciate Slumya’s Advice and also her"

Read More

Campbell Little Playhouse

"My son went to this provider from 4 months old until 3.5 years. Her house was clean, she offered home cooked meals, and most importantly she not only taught my son but gave him love and affection. I..."

Read More

Other Cooperative Preschools Near DHS VA

Westwood Baptist Church

At Westwood Baptist Church, the emphasis is on unconditional love and... acceptance for members of the congregation and for members of the community. Visit us and discover boundless opportunities for personal and spiritual growth, along with meaningful ways to make a real difference in your community. You'll be greeted with genuine warmth and embraced by a supportive extended family. The Mission of Westwood Baptist Church. . . To glorify God by being the hands and feet and hearts and mind of Christ; To create the secure foundation that nurtures a loving, open congregation; To provide opportunities for people to encounter and respond to God through personal and corporate worship; To encourage spiritual growth, Christian service, and responsible living; To proclaim Christ daily in word and deed; and To bring others into the community of believers. Children are special at Westwood! Westwood offers a complete program of special ministries for children from birth through 6th Grade: Nursery Sunday School classes for all ages Extended Session (supervised care during worship service) Children's Church for 1st-3rd Graders Wednesday night activities Mission opportunities Fellowship opportunities If you have any questions, please contact our Director of Preschool and Children's Ministries, Rebecca Larson. Nursery Westwood provides a clean and safe nursery for infants and toddlers ages 3 and under during all church-wide activities. We have two professional staff for infants & toddlers, and we have a Church Nursery Paging System to provide peace of mind for parents. Sunday School Our preschoolers are divided into age-based classes on Sunday mornings. These classes are led by caring teachers and each class provides engaging activities about God and God's love. CLICK HERE for a parent information sheet: "What Parents Should Know About Preschool Classes on Sundays at Westwood." We use the Gospel Light curriculum. We encourage you to engage your child about what they are learning by using the take-home sheets that are provided. Children’s Church is a separate, age-appropriate, informal worship time for children in 1st-3rd grades held during the latter portion of Sunday morning worship. Here's our typical schedule: First Sunday: remain in worship Second, Third, and Fourth Sundays: attend Children's Church Fifth Sunday: remain in worship Children’s Church meets in the FunDay School Art Room (106). The curriculum is focused on the lectionary texts that are shared in the sanctuary each Sunday. The children will be hearing and/or learning from the same Biblical text or story that Dr. Abernathy is preaching from. This will hopefully provide an opportunity on occasion to share with your child/grandchild what the scripture/worship meant to all of you. Teams of volunteers lead Children’s Church. On the first and fifth Sundays of the month, there is no Children's Church (you can read more about that below). Children's Church takes place on the second, third, and fourth Sundays of the month. Our volunteers will not only focus on the themes found in worship, but will also help to prepare the children to remain in worship on the first (and fifth) Sunday of every month. Why no Children's Church on the first and fifth Sundays? First and fifth Sundays will be an opportunity for you and your child to share the worship experience together, and to begin preparing him/her for the time when he/she will remain in the sanctuary for worship every Sunday when he/she enters the fourth grade. An activity sheet will be provided for the children to pick up on these Sundays during the offertory that they can work on during the latter part of the service. This sheet will also share the theme of the sermon and Scripture texts for that day. Our prayer is that this approach will be meaningful for children, leaders, and for parents/grandparents as together we share a worship theme and texts that will with the leadership of the Holy Spirit, be meaningful to us all. If you have any questions or if you would like to help lead Children's Church, please contact Rebecca Larson. Together, let us worship the living God!

Lee Center Cooperative Playgroup

The Lee Center Cooperative Playgroup is a parent-run program for... children ages 1 to 4. It is licensed for child care by Arlington County and the state of Virginia. Parents supervise children during play sessions on a rotating basis. In addition, they constitute an administrative body that handles finances, enforces regulations, and handles day-to-day running of the program. PLAYGROUPS Playgroups are limited to 12 children. A minimum ratio of one parent per three children is always maintained. Mon/Wed AM — 9:30 am to 11:30 am (ages 1 to 3) Mon/Wed PM — Noon to 2 pm (ages 2 to 4) Tues/Thurs AM — 9:30 am to 11:30 am (ages 1 to 3) Tues/Thurs PM — Noon to 2 pm (ages 2 to 4) Tues/Thurs Late PM — 3:15 pm to 5:15 pm (ages 1 to 3) Fri AM — 9:30 am to 11:30 am (ages 1 to 3) MEMBERSHIP To get on the waitlist, fill out the LCCP Enrollment Form and submit it with a check for $10. For information, you may contact the membership coordinator at leecenterplaygroup (at) gmail.com. Priority is given to current members, siblings, alumni, and Arlington County residents. Spaces are offered to potential members throughout the year whenever they become available. COOPERATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES Each parent is scheduled to work 1/3 of the total session days per enrolled child and is assigned one of four duties on a rotating basis: To coordinate an arts and craft activity; To provide a nutritious snack; To clean up the playroom; and To lead a circle time segment. In addition, parents are required to hold officer positions, attend membership meetings, and fulfill CPR, First Aid, and health certifications.

Top Resources Related to Cooperative Preschools

What to Look For During a Preschool Tour

See More

Preschool Teaching Philosophy: What's the Best Teaching Style for Your Child's Personality?

See More

How To Be Involved Now That My Child Is In Preschool/Daycare

See More