In-person learning is here

Broadview Cooperative Preschool is now providing safe in-person learning and play opportunities. School wide playdates are available once weekly in our sizable parking lot complete with sanitized ride on toys, balls, and playground equipment. Strict COVID safety measures are taken including electronic sign-ins and temperature checks on site. Children age 3 years and older are encouraged to wear a face covering. All adults comply with social distancing and face covering guidelines.

In addition, our 3-5’s class meets once weekly in the parking lot for specific lessons geared toward their needs and development.

Openings remain in all classes. Enroll today. A 25% tuition reduction continues while King County is in Phase 2.

In person learning coming soon

Good news for preschoolers and their grown ups: more learning options are starting soon at Broadview Cooperative Preschool.

We know that preschoolers don’t learn best by watching screens. In person interaction helps preschoolers’ brains learn and grow and helps develop critical social skills. For families desperately seeking this kind of learning our school will soon add the following optional sessions to our already robust virtual learning programs. 

New opportunities coming soon include:

  • School wide outside play dates once weekly
  • In-person outdoors class once weekly for our 3-5’s students  

Broadview Co-op Preschool is following strict COVID-19 safety measures. 

Openings remain for all ages. Enroll now.

Fall 2020 school year at Broadview Co-op

Because the health and safety of our students, parents, and teachers come first Broadview Co-op has made the difficult decision to provide remote only learning for all our classes during Phase 2 of the Governor’s Safe Start Washington Plan. Even during these difficult times our teachers will continue to work hard to support our student’s learning and enrichment and our robust network of Parent Educators will provide ongoing collaboration and resources for our parents and caregivers.

Students and parents will see several other changes this year including combining the Toddlers and Pre 3’s class, a new teacher helping with 3-5’s instruction, scheduling changes, and a reduced tuition option. Classes are scheduled to begin on Monday, September 14th and there are openings in all levels. Please review the page for each class for specific details.

School leaders are already making plans for instruction during Phase 3 of Safe Start Washington.