Cooperative Nursery Schools, where parents play a part from the start!
MamaroneckCommunityNursery School, located at 501 Tompkins Ave.MamaroneckUnitedMethodistChurch (education) building, offers children ages 3-5 a place to learn through play.As an educational complement to the home, MCNS provides children with a variety of experiences for a child’s physical, social and intellectual development.“Play is a young child’s vehicle for learning” is school’s philosophy that it has remained true to since it was founded in 1974.MCNS is also a non-profit parent cooperative.Though not mandatory, parents participate by helping in the classroom once a month which allows them to spend time with their child in a structured environment with their peers and teachers.Parent participation is also encouraged at the school which gives it a strong sense of community.MCNS is also the site of the yearly Lollipop Fair, the only local fair geared to preschool aged children.The school is non-denominational and offers an extended day program from 8:45 to 2:45 with a parent coordinated lunch bunch.For more information contact Lynda Merchant, Director, MamaroneckCommunityNursery School at 914-381-2655 or email@example.com.You may also visit the website at www.mcnschool.org. in the
The ToddlerCenter, located at 122 Fenimore Road in the St. John’sLutheranChurch education building, is a part of MamaroneckCommunityNursery School but offers children ages 18 months to two years of age a structured play environment.A child’s first school experience can be crucial to their view of school.With talented, friendly and enthusiastic teachers, young children are given the opportunity to engage in activities that create a foundation for learning.The ToddlerCenter shares the philosophy of MCNS:“Play is a young child’s vehicle for learning,” and offers both morning and afternoon sessions.For more information contact M. Charlene Abney at 914-777-1860 or firstname.lastname@example.org.You may also visit the website at www.mcnschool.org .
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