The Co-op Family Center is currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We are missing our families, staff and friends during this time and cannot wait until we are all back at our Co-op community. For current family’s schedule requests for summer and fall 2020 will be sent to your email by May 1st. For new incoming families we are accepting wait list applications (found under quicklinks) for summer and fall term enrollment. Please send us an email at admin@coopfamilycenter or give us a call at 541-346-7400 and we would be happy to answer questions you may have about the Co-op. See you all soon! Co-op Staff
A Message from the Co-op Family Center
On behalf of the entire Co-op Family Center faculty, It’s been a fantastic treat to connect with you these past few months through Facebook and to not only highlight the amazingly talented and resilient teachers but to get a glimpse into your lives that we sometimes miss in the regular hustle and bustle of the day. We’ve seen pictures of your living rooms, gardens and box forts; we’ve danced and sung virtually; we’ve sat together for Storytime from the comfort of our homes; we’ve practiced yoga and learned new stretches; we’ve seen pictures and celebrated the beauty of Mother Nature and the outdoors. We’ve chatted through our masks as we’ve handed out lunches to you and your children. We’ve learned and grown together in new and unique ways in this unforeseen time. Thank you for that.
Starting August 10, the Co-op is temporarily closing, and our food program ends July 30. We’ll miss you so much and we are looking forward to being in touch with you all again soon! We don’t yet know when that is, but we will keep you all updated. In the meantime, feel free to visit all the videos that we have on our Facebook, and in the words of Teacher Lana, “we love you every day” and we’ll be together soon.
Since April 2015, the Co-op Family Center has been rated a 3 star program in the Oregon Quality Improvement and Rating System (QRIS). The QRIS is part of Oregon’s program for excellence in education and aims for the same high standards as NAEYC. The QRIS uses a set of progressively higher program standards to both support improvement and to evaluate the quality of licensed child care and early learning programs.