Triangle Cooperative Nursery School is located in an open, sunny space within the First Presbyterian Church. Triangle maintains an excellent relationship with the church, but has no religious affiliations. Triangle admits students regardless of race, color, religion, sex, and national or ethnic origin.
The school has two large rooms: a Hands-On room with areas for circle time, art projects, a sensory table, language arts, and many other activities, and the Muscle Room, a large room with a play structure, housekeeping area, dress-up area, and many large motor toys. Triangle also has a securely gated, shady outdoor play area that has a large play structure, sand box, and open grassy area.
Nut-free and Allergy Awareness
Both Triangle and the First Presbyterian Church are peanut and tree nut-free institutions. Snacks containing nuts or made in a facility that processes food containing nuts are not allowed in the church or school.
Other allergies (e.g., milk, soy, egg, wheat, etc.) can be accommodated. Please contact the membership chair for more information about our allergy policy.
Triangle is a place where children:
- love to play
- enjoy friendships of other children, other parents, and a special teacher
- develop self-esteem
- enjoy a stimulating environment and a variety of experiences
- learn by doing
- explore, create, discover
Triangle is a place where parents:
- contribute to their child’s learning by assisting the teacher and planning the program
- share parenting concerns with other parents
- learn better parenting skills
- feel secure, knowing that their children are participating in a warm, loving, quality program
Triangle is a place where the teacher:
- is certified and has many years of experience working with young children
- is knowledgeable in child development
- has expertise in parent guidance
- accepts the uniqueness of each child
- fosters growth in a positive, loving atmosphere
Triangle is a place where children have time for:
- creative expression through art
- active and dramatic play both indoors and outdoors
- large and small motor development
- playing with sand, clay, and water
- joining together for stories and music
- talking and sharing
- challenge and acceptance
- being children