What's New

Open Registration - March 25th, 10am - 12pm

PAC Lecture - April 17th, 7 - 8:30pm

Meadowbrook Pre-K's New Teacher

Meadowbrook Co-op is excited to announce that Jeanne McGrady will be their new Pre-K teacher starting Fall 2017.

Crown Hill Explorers New Outdoor 3s Program

This is a new program beginning in Fall 2017. Class will meet Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 11:15am - 1:45pm.

Spring Quarter - parenting education and support for families with children of all ages.

Please help us spread the word!

Understanding Children: Strengthening Families

Online FAM 184 Class

This online class is relevant to those with children in their lives. Parents, teachers, caregivers, early childhood providers & others seeking to share, discuss, and learn with each other about topics relating to child growth and development. Different topics covered quarterly in this 5 credit class taught by North Instructors Beth Goss and Mara Mulcahy.

Sign up with course number 9353 or get more information from the flyer (which we welcome you to post) or by contacting the instructor at Mara.Mulcahy@seattlecolleges.edu

Family Connectors University - Parenting Support for SPS Families

North's Parent Education Program is excited to continue this partnership with Seattle Public Schools. This class is designed for parents with children of any age in the Seattle Public School system, with a goal of increasing their knowledge and skills in working with both their children and their children's schools to produce healthy, well-educated and college-ready children. Spring Quarter classes start the week of April 3. Please check back later for more details.

PAC Newsletter

Check out the latest edition of the PAC Newsletter!

Register Online for Parent Ed Classes

Parent Education Students are expected to register online. The Parent Ed Program operates on the Seattle Public School schedule rather than the NSC Quarterly Schedule. Talk with your Parent Education Instructor to find out more about the process and registration deadlines.
Who We Are

How to Join a Co-op:

  1. Find out how co-ops work.
  2. Decide which schools might be right for your family.
  3. Understand the enrollment process
  4. Contact the parent co-ordinator to take the next step.

NSC's Co-operative Preschools:

Provide parent and early education for families with children from infancy to Pre-K.

Schools are located in North Seattle and differ from traditional preschools in that they are run by parents who work in association with the class teacher and the North Seattle College program.

The preschools are very popular and provide a community of support for children and their families.

If there is any information you need that you cannot find on the website please contact Betty Williams the program co-ordinator.

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