‘My Little Village Preschool’ is Moving to the Seward Park Co-op

Posted on: April 4th, 2018 at 5:09 am by

After fifteen years residing in Alphabet City, My Little Village Preschool is moving its operations to a bigger, and presumably better, space on the Lower East Side.

The new facility is situated on the ground floor of the Seward Park Co-op (at 383 Grand Street), and includes an indoor play space, an art room, a library and a multipurpose room for dance, movement, yoga, music, theater, etc. There’s also an outdoor playground, as well as access to the Seward Park Co-op playgrounds and other outdoor spaces around the soon to be renovated Seward Park. The school will continue to adhere to its progressive Reggio Emilio inspired philosophies.

Tuition is what you’d expect – Manhattan expensive – and the application process is the same old stressful song and dance that New Yorkers have become accustomed to over the years.

The new facility should be good to go for their summer sessions. The next open house for prospective families is Tuesday, April 10, from 6pm-7pm at their current location, 33 Avenue A. You may RSVP on their website.

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