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  • Board Positions Available
    Board Positions are now posted in the back hallway! Here is your opportunity to consider utilizing your talents and interests to help our school. All in-coming board members get priority or first choice for classes next year!  
    There are a wide variety of positions; exact descriptions will be coming via the class chairs. If you are interested, put your name on the board in the back hallway, complete an application, and return it to Emily McComb in the office or via e-mail by Wednesday, December 31st! Interviews will take place on January 5th and 6th.
    Posted Dec 16, 2014, 8:14 PM by Magnolia Cooperative
  • The MAC Room Open During Holiday Break
    The MAC room is open during the holiday break. Here is your chance to get last minute shopping done, frantic cleaning, or simply to take a moment to breathe!    

    Dates Open: December 22 ~ January 2nd... Closed for Christmas Day (25th) and New Year's (1st). Hours are 9am ~ 3:30pm, assuming there are enough students.
    Posted Dec 16, 2014, 8:17 PM by Magnolia Cooperative
  • Magnolia Co-op Sickness Policy
    Please read this Sickness Policy pdf to make sure you're following the Preschool's guidelines of whether or not your child should be attending class.

    According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, exclusion of sick children (and adults) from out-of-home childcare
    settings has been recommended when it has the potential of reducing the likelihood of secondary cases. In many
    situations, the expertise of the programs’ medical consultant and the responsible local and state public health authorities
    are helpful in determining the benefits and risks of excluding children from their usual care program.
    Posted Dec 11, 2014, 10:27 AM by Magnolia Cooperative
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Growing with parents and children for more than 70 years, we are the oldest and largest cooperative preschool in Seattle. The emphasis of our program is the social development of the child. Of primary importance is building a child's positive self-image, self-esteem, and self-confidence. Social, intellectual, and psychological gains are made through creative and cooperative play. 

Magnolia Cooperative Preschool
3555 West McGraw Street
Seattle, WA 98199
Main: 206.286.5922
Fax: 206.282.2610