The Central Co-Operative Nursery School was established in 1960. We are proud to be part of the Chelmsford community for over 50 years.
The Central Co-Operative Nursery School is not religiously affiliated. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, cultural heritage, political beliefs, national origin, disability, parents’ marital status sexual orientation. Toilet training is not required to be eligible for enrollement.
We are located at Central Congregational Church, 1 Worthen St, Chelmsford, Massachusetts 01824.
Why a Co-Operative Education?
Co-Operative education provides a learning environment where parents and teachers work together for the common goal of quality education for the children in their care. The Co-Op recognizes that parents are the primary educators of their children. It encourages families to share their interests and talents in the classroom, on a Board of Directors, or on Committees. This type of education gives a powerful message to a child — school is important to his/her family. With it, children develop a strong, positive attitude toward themselves and education.
Co-Operative education gives parents the unique opportunity to actively participate in their child’s education. Parents are able to get to know their child’s teacher and friends in their class and see, firsthand, what their child is learning. Children enjoy sharing the time in school with their parents. Parents are strongly encouraged to participate in their child’s classroom. However, it is not mandatory.
The Central Co-Op Nursery School is licensed with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Office of Child Care Services. Click here for more information.