Lunch Bunch: Once a week, children may bring a sack lunch from home to eat from 11:30 – 12noon. The parents of participating children alternate supervision. There is no charge for this. Click here for information for parent supervision during Lunch Bunch.
Music Class: We have a 30 minute music class each week. It includes singing, rhythm, musical instruments, etc. Ruth Meyers is our music teacher.
Parent Commitment: Each family is required to serve on a committee and volunteer in your child’s classroom as a parent helper. Click here to download a copy of the committee descriptions. The Primary Class (3-4 year olds) parents are in the classroom as a parent helper two times in three months or about every six weeks. The Pre-Kindergarten parents are parent helpers once a month. Click here to download a copy of the Parent Helpers in the Classroom information sheet.
- A $50 non-refundable fee is collected at registration.
2017-18 Registration Begins:
- Unity Families: Sunday, March 5 from 11:30am -12noon (in the preschool room)
- Returning Families: Monday, March 6 & Tuesday, March 7 from 9:00 – 9:30am (in the lobby)
- NEW FAMILIES: Wednesday, March 8 from 9:00 – 9:30am (in the lobby)
- After the above dates, registration is ongoing until the class is full
- Click here to download the Authorization Form
- Click here to download the Pupil Information Form
- Click here to download the Photo Release Form
- You may download and use this form to get your child’s immunization record or just bring us a copy of your record.
School Schedule: UCP’s school year begins after Labor Day and ends just before Memorial Day. We follow the Poudre School District’s holiday and inclement weather schedule.
Summer Fun Program 2017-18: Click here to download information about Summer Fun 2017-18.
Tuition and Classes: Primary Class: Tuesday/Thursday, 9:00 – 11:30am $100/month, paying monthly OR $280 paying every 3 months Maximum class size: 12.
Pre-Kindergarten Class: Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 9:00 – 11:30am $145/month, paying monthly OR $410 paying every 3 months Maximum class size: 14.
Visiting our Preschool: Visitors are always welcome! Please call Pam at to make sure we don’t have a field trip scheduled for the day you would like to visit.
A cooperative preschool is one in which parents help the teacher in the classroom and receive moral support and mutual understanding from the teacher and other parents with the same concerns, interests and problems.
By giving parents the opportunity to work in the classroom, the child’s first school experience is in a supportive, caring and nurturing atmosphere.
In this way we can help children become independent and self-confident learners and use their cognitive and verbal skills to help resolve conflicts, understand the values of self, peers and family and to have fun in school! Our children especially enjoy their days when their parent is in the classroom!
We encourage children to discover the pleasures and responsibilities of being a group member and to build new friendships. A variety of experiences are provided with lots of opportunities to discover and explore. These activities are presented and/or perceived as “play” to the children.
Studies show that play is an extremely important aspect of a young child’s development!