Welcome to Fort Mill Preparatory Cooperative Preschool!
A Welcome Letter From Our Director
Welcome to Fort Mill Preparatory Cooperative Preschool. I am so excited that you are considering our preschool as the place for your child to grow and learn! If you make FMPCP your "school home", my desire is that your child grow to love his/ her preschool class and come home talking about all the wonderful things they did and learned throughout the day. Our program offers a wide variety of academic experiences and works to instill a love of learning into the hearts of our young students.
Our preschool teachers work hard to make sure that your child is actively learning throughout the day. We plan daily lessons to encourage and challenge your preschooler to learn all that they can about the world around them. Our academics focus on language arts skills, math, writing, art, science, and social skills. We have many fun opportunities for the children to become involved in their classrooms; and this year we are becoming a full-fledged COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL. You will be amazed at all the new and exciting things we will accomplish as we join to make our school THE best preschool in Fort Mill.
I speak highly of our preschool program not only as the director, but also as grandmother of two grandchildren who attend FMPCP. My family has been a part of the FMPCP family since 2000. We have been blessed by the relationships we have built here and by the many teachers who instructed my five grandchildren throughout the years. I can’t imagine a better place for my grandchildren to spend their day learning and growing to know such a multicultural staff. I look forward to our new school year. If you have, any questions please feel free to e-mail me at email@example.com
*A total of 4 credits per family, per month. Unfulfilled credits are billed monthly at the rate of $20 per credit. Eight credits are required during the summer session, June- July. A record of credits is kept in the office computer and in the office binder.The job book accompanies the Parent handbook and will give you ideas on how to do 4 credits per month. We have modeled our cooperative preschool from a similar preschool that has working parents. It is our goal to make the school better while being sensitive to the needs of working families.
Each family will receive an admission’s packet and will be required to bring the following items:
New Student Packet
* Student Packet
* Tuition Agreement
* Parent Co-Op Credit Agreement
* Child's Immunization Record
* Ages and Stages paperwork for children 2 and under (2 pages)
* Supply list for appropriate age classroom
Each enrolled child has a file in the office, the contents of which are inspected by a DSS licensing representative.