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About Our Intown Playgroup

Welcome to Intown Playgroup, a parent cooperative where children ages one and two learn and grow through play, and where families come together to support each other. For over 40 years Intown Playgroup has been part of the Georgetown community in Washington, DC, gratefully housed in the historic Mount Zion Methodist Church.

Our program introduces children to the bigger world of social experiences, nurturing them in the stage between playing at home and going off to school by themselves. Our full-time Director and her staff of 2 full-time teachers use an emergent curriculum, which is negotiated between what interests the children and what we as adults know is important for their learning and development.

We are a parent cooperative, which means that parents are an essential part of our community. A parent or caregiver accompanies each child during their school day, playing and learning alongside them.  Parents also volunteer their time to serve on the Board of Directors and participate in other special events.  Intown playgroup is a licensed, non-profit 510c(3) corporation that is financially supported through tuition payments and run by the Board of Directors and staff.

Explore our website to learn more about our school and the admissions process.

 

Intown Playgroup does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin or religion.