A cash donation of 15% of every new Zoo Atlanta Family Program or Membership purchase made by parents and teachers goes back to GPCP. For program inquires, email education@zooatlanta.org with Partnership Inquiry in the subject line. For Membership inquiries, email membership@zooatlanta.org or call Member Services at 404.624.5662. Click here for upcoming toddler programs!
The Grant Park Cooperative Preschool is seeking educators to join our dynamic teaching staff for the 2014-2015 school year.
If you would like to apply for a position please send a current resume and complete the application to director@gpcp.org or GPCP, 501 Grant Street, SE, Atlanta, GA 30312.

The sheep have come and gone, and what an impact they madeā€¦ on the garden space and on all of us! 18 Sheep and 3 goats made their way to GPCP to take care of trimming in Gabriela's front yard to make room for more gardening space for the chidlren at the GP campus. They arrived via Ewe-niversally Green, a hoofed lawn care service. To read more click here ...
Learn more about GPCP's involvement in Project Infinity and the Reggio Emilia approach to learning.
All parents serve on the school committees that are responsible for many of the day-to-day functions of the school.
Each family is responsible for earning 1 workday credit during the year to help with the maintanence of the school.
The Preschool is a non-profit corporation comprising parents/guardians of children enrolled in the school. The school is a cooperative organization, which means that full responsibility for running the school is shared among all families currently enrolled.

The hours for the Preschool are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. (Early care is available from 8:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. Extended care is also available from 1:00-6:00 p.m.)

To supplement the regular program the Preschool offers an afternoon "Playtime" program from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. on regular school days only.
The Grant Park Cooperative Preschool was only a concept in January of 1999, when a group of parents and St. Paul's representatives gathered at the home of Gabriela Garcia to discuss the possibility of starting a cooperative preschool in Grant Park. Through the dedication of parent and community resources the school opened the doors to the first classroom in September of 2000. Today, the school is a vital part of the community, serving aproximately 150 children ages one to four.
The cooperative nature of the Preschool is crucial to both its identity and its future. It is the commitment and enthusiasm of each member that makes the Preschool a vital and growing operation. Parent participation at the Preschool is so extensive and varied that there will be many ways for you to find your niche.
The Parent Helper is one of the most important aspects of the cooperative nature of the entire school program.

  
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