About Our School
At Woodland Park…
We make and create.
We make art, build, read, grow plants from seeds, act in plays and sing out loud.
We play. A LOT.
We’re outside everyday. Rain or shine!
We take field trips on foot or by bus to see new places and make discoveries.
We build community.
We serve and support each other and our local Fremont community.
Woodland Park Co-operative’s Zero Waste Group presents, “How to waste less this year?” by Ridwell‘s CEO Ryan
January 18th 2020, 10:00am-12:00pm, WPC Sanctuary
The presentation is about 20 minutes, and cca. 30 minutes for the questions depending the audience.
Kids can have a playdate in the playground – parents volunteering watching them during the event.
Kids are welcome to stay inside too, Ryan has a quiz part for the elementary-aged kids and maybe some stuff for the younger ones too.
Upcoming Open House on January 11, 2020 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm!
Do you have a little one age 2-5? There is still time to join Woodland Park Cooperative Preschool this 2019-2020 school year!
Open House from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.
All of our classes have openings; if your little one was 2 by August 31st we have a spot for you!
Come see our unique preschool and learn about what makes our preschool so great!
Woodland Park Cooperative School is looking for a caring, creative and enthusiastic teacher who is passionate about cooperative education to lead our 4’s class!
We believe that kids learn best during the act of playing freely; Real, unstructured, freely chosen play.
We also trust and empower our kids with the ability to make sense of the world. As a cooperative school, our teachers’ role is dual as they provide an environment for children to grow emotionally, intellectually, socially, and physically while also providing the parents with direction and serving as a model for working with young children.
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Check out why Woodland Park Cooperative School is the best choice for your kid’s play-based education!
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