Welcome to Redmond Parent Cooperative Preschool!
We're pleased to announce our annual 11 Olives fundraiser is in full swing!
Ordering is available from November 19th through December 3rd.
Please click here for more information!
Welcome back families!
We have returned to a full in-person learning model with appropriate safety protocols in place. We know from experience that preschoolers learn best when they are able to socialize, play and learn in a (sanitized) hands-on environment. The safety of our families and teachers is the utmost priority when we return in the Fall and the we will continue to adapt our program to meet the needs of our preschool families with this in mind.
We've added a new FAQ page for questions regarding the 2021-2022 school year.
What is Co-op?
RPCP is a non-profit Redmond preschool where parents and children learn together. Parents work with teachers in the classroom and continue their own education as parents.
With a play-based learning philosophy, we offer morning and afternoon classes for 3-5 year-olds.
Meet our teachers
Meet Ms. Talia and Ms. Julie, our amazing teachers. With twenty years of experience in childhood education between them, students get the most out of their preschool experience.
"Engaging with my child, other children and other adults was and is such a fun way to experience early education with my child."
"Redmond Cooperative Preschool was the perfect start to my daughter's education. Instead of being unduly academic, the school encourages curiosity, imagination and cooperation. Children learn to interact with multiple adults and children in a safe and caring environment. "
An opportunity for parents to...
Participate in your child's learning experiences.
Learn about the developmental stages appropriate to your child's age.
Brainstorm solutions for current parenting issues with the teacher and other parents.
An opportunity for kids to...
Choose from a rich variety of daily activities including art, woodworking, cooking projects, imaginative play, music, outdoor play, science, circle and story times.
Participate in field trips, VIP nights, and an overnight camp out.
Experiment with materials and equipment without adult ideas and standards being imposed on them.
Work together, sharing responsibilities and experiences as part of a group.