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Time to Think Preschool, Co-op Open House, Enrollment Nights

It's time to check out Preschool Open Houses and Enrollment Nights. Brecksville Co-op's Open House is this Sunday, Jan 20 and Enrollment Night is Monday, Jan 28.

Time to think about preschool, already?  Yes!  Right now, many preschools around the area are holding their Open Houses and Enrollment Nights.  The Brecksville Cooperative Preschool's Open House is this Sunday, January 20 from 1-3 and Enrollment Night is Monday, January 28 @ 7pm (first come, first serve).

Many preschools have limited spots so enrollment is held in January to prepare for the following school year.

Is your child ready for preschool?
Most likely, yes.  Your child must be toilet trained and aged 3 by September 1 of the school year.  An amazing learning adventure is waiting for your child.

Is your child ready for pre-kindergarten?
If your child is toilet trained and aged 4 or 5 by September 1 and is ready to fly to the moon, swim with the whales and prepare for kindergarten, then they are ready for Pre-K.

If you have an eager learner and would like your child to have an extended pre-k curriculum and schedule, I invite you to check out the Co-op 5 Day Pre-K program.

Spots are limited throughout the region, so check out the Co-op and local schools to get your child ready for a life time of learning.

Learn more about the Co-op at www.BrecksvilleCo-op.com
Happy Learning,
Charlene Nebozak, Brecksville Cooperative Preschool Head Teacher 

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Melanie Kirin January 18, 2013 at 11:10 PM
Love the Co-op! I remember getting there early for Enrollment night to ensure my daughter go her spot for the 3s preschool program. Excited to see they are rolling out a 5 day program along with their normal pre-k program.

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