Learn more about GPCP's involvement in Project Infinity and the Reggio Emilia approach to learning.

The Farm to School Program engages the children in the experience of the natural world and healthy eating habits. We recognize that children’s affinity for the natural world is strongest at an early age when they are most alert and impressionable. Being in nature helps develop our empathy, recognizing the interdependence of all living things.
The Farm to School program is three-fold, where the children are involved with gardening, preparation of the food, and eating healthy, delicious meals. The program began in 2011 with the creation of a Naturalist position and expanded to the addition of a tasty, hearty lunch cooked in our school each day in conjunction with the creation of a Farm to School Coordinator.

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!
Please join us at the next Information Session to be held on Friday, October 9 at 10am, at our Cabbagetown Campus located at 177 Estoria St, in Atlanta. As a cooperative, we ask that all interested families attend an Open House or Information Session to apply. To reserve a spot for the next Information Session, please email Melissa at administrativeassistant@gpcp.org or Gina at cabbagetown@gpcp.org.
The Grant Park Cooperative Preschool is seeking educators to join our dynamic teaching staff for the 2015-2016 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.

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Dear GPCP Families,

Our GPCP educators continue their efforts to make the chldren's experiences visible for you to learn aboout the work that takes place during the school day. Please see the links below to read your child's class letter from October.  
School will be closed on Monday, October 12th.  Educators will spend the day working at their respective campus, preparing for the 
Family Educator Conferences.  Conferences will take place during the week of October 19 to 23. Please look for the sign-up sheets to reserve your time to meet with the educators.
We are excited to share more about your child's experiences at work, and to learn more about your child from you.   


CT Cats Letter
GP Cats Letter
CT Ladybugs Letter
GP Ladybugs Letter
CT Frogs Letter
GP Swans Letter

September 2015 Director's Letter


The annual tour is a big fundraiser for GPCP! We are required to provide 1/3rd of the volunteers for the tour and this is the biggest event of the year to fulfill your fundraising credit. It also an incredibly fun event! Save the date for December 12th & 13th. Know anyone in Grant Park who has an incredible house? Most people are too shy to offer their own house, even if they're thinking about it. If you know a house that would be great, email Rob Smith rob@robsmith.biz and he'll follow up with the homeowners. Thanks for making this a great a event and a great source of financial support to the school!
Submit eNews items to Gina Root at cabbagetown@gpcp.org.
Deadline for submissions is Friday prior to Wednesday run.
Our school has an alarm system in each campus. Outside of business hours, our school is secured and the alarm is set. We ask that you do not enter our school after hours, unless you have made arrangements with us and have the alarm code.