Due to Covid-19, we have had to make the hard decision of suspending our 2's class as of september 2020. this was a very hard decision but with us unable to meet in person and the age group, it is challenging to meet via remote learning. Once we are able to meet in person and the Governor/ health department allow us, we will post updates as available. We look forward to being in class again soon!
Established in 1976, Mt. View Cooperative Preschool is a parent organized and operated preschool located in the community of Milton, Washington. We are a non-profit organization affiliated with the Home and Family Life Department of Bates Technical College. Mt. View is committed to meeting the needs of the families involved in our program by offering child development curriculum which allows a child to grow physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually.
The success of our school relies on parent and family participation in the following ways . . .
Our Philosophy is simple . . .
Mt View Coop has always been very diligent on sanitation since our littles find germs anywhere and transmit to all they encounter. We use a bleach and health department approved cleaning solutions to help prevent bacterial transmission.
Distance learning provides the best current solution to helping our littles progress with their education. We have found in the later months of the last school year that Zoom classes work well with the children with minor distractions. Kids meet once or twice a week via Zoom with the class and teacher.
Masks are required by Washington for all interactions between non household people. We follow this standard even down to our littles. Masks help stop the transmission of Covid-19 and germs to our littles bodies and immune systems. The students have a hard time getting acquainted to learning with mask but if everyone is doing their part hopefully the others will follow in suit. please practice mask use before coming back to in class learning.
sweeping, mopping, vacuuming happens more than twice a day by our volunteers parents.
When supplies or packets are dispersed or needed to be dropped off we meet out front of the school with distance transfer of school items and documents.
We have a dedicated position on our board devoted to health and safety of our little ones. She is up to date with all changing standards and regulations of in and out of class learning we will do during the 2020-2021 school year.