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Cozy Corner Preschool is a licensed facility which has been in operation for over 25 years. The school’s philosophy is a mixture of the Reggio Emilia and Montessori theories. We thoroughly believe “it takes a village to raise a child” and we work hard to develop a strong partnership with parents in order to provide a first-class educational program. We believe in promoting the development of the whole child and do this by providing activities that are both engaging and developmentally appropriate. Through special interest centers, your child will develop skills that will help him or her to excel throughout his or her school years and for the rest of their lives. Our program focuses on:

  • Social skills
  • Fine motor and gross motor skills
  • Health
  • Academic skills including:
    • Language and cognitive development
    • Spanish/English Language Acquisition
    • Pre-mathematics
    • A strong, hands-on science program
    • Early literacy – Raising a Reader reading program
    • Art
  • Areas of study include; Safety/Health, Manners/Family, Native Americans/Pioneers, Circus/Zoo,  Children Around The World/Transportation, The Five Senses/Emotions, Dinosaurs/Spring on the Farm,  Space/Insects,  Taking Care of Our Planet Earth

Come learn and have fun with Miss Debbie! Use the links below to see current preschool schedules or call (970) 625-0919 with questions or to inquire about enrollment.


May Tuition

Parents; there seems to be a little confusion on May’s tuition. So there was a full week in August that the children were in preschool. Rather than have you pay for that week in August, I just add it onto the May’s tuition, however I did not have you pay May’s tuition in August or September. The tuition amount is still the amount you have been paying each month.. I know that some of you pay cash so there is no way to go back and check your records. I did check mine and nobody has paid for an extra month. You might check with some of the other parents who pay with checks. I hope this helps. Sorry for the confusion. I this still doesn’t make sense, please call me.