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About Saltspring Cooperative Preschool Society

The Salt Spring Cooperative Preschool Society was founded in 1977 by a group of parents passionate about “learning through play” and being involved in their children’s first school experience. Hundreds of Salt Spring families have upheld and evolved that legacy into the vibrant preschool we have today.

As a cooperative, the families with enrolled children run the school and support our Early Childhood Educators. Involving parents in the day-to-day workings of the school provides a very special opportunity for parents/caregivers to participate in their preschooler’s experience and build community.

Our preschool is a registered, non-profit, charitable society. Our funding comes from student tuition, grants, donations and fundraising. We are a licensed preschool and childcare facility, and a member of the Vancouver Island Cooperative Preschool Association.

We offer our preschool program four days a week, from 9am-1pm. Families can choose to enroll their children for two, three or four days. We also offer an optional Afternoon Care Program from 1pm-3pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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Thinking about preschool? Visit TODAY!

Visit our preschool TODAY!! Wednesday April 25 from 1:30 – 3:00 pm for a chance to meet our wonderful teachers, explore the preschool and talk […]

April 25, 2018
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Thinking about preschool?

Visit our preschool this Wednesday April 18 from 1:30 – 3:00 pm for a chance to meet our wonderful teachers, explore the preschool and talk […]

April 17, 2018
stay and play wednesdays

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Stay and Play Wednesdays!

Stay and Play Wednesdays happening now! From April 11-May 9 @ 1:30-3:00pm visit our preschool for free activities and snacks – lots of outdoor and […]

April 6, 2018

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