Northaven Co-op will always hold a special place in mine and my family's hearts. Our journey began with our oldest first day in the Fall of 2009, and ended with our youngest in the Spring of 2021. Through those years not only did our kids grow, but we as parents grew. We reminisce every year when we got out the special ornaments that they made, or the special placemats, or just looking through old pictures of them having fun. We fell in love with the fact that it isn't the traditional sit down and do worksheets type of school, but that our kids learned through playing with their friends, doing the fun experiments, and hands-on activities that they didn't realize they were actually learning something, but just having fun. My kids learned how to look at something and think outside the box and use their imagination, to create a pirate ship made from building blocks, how a scarf can be many things, or how a paper towel roll can be made into anything your mind can think of. As we look back on our kids' time there, we love to talk about many memories and friends that we made there. Once a Co-op kid, always a Co-op kid.