Join the Parent Network and meet local families
Glenwood Park parents are invited to join in the Grant Park Parent Network which sponsors several playgroups for parents of children from infancy up to preschool age.

If your child is under three, there is a group for you. Also we publish a bi-weekly email newsletter to advertise neighborhood activities and issues concerning all age children. GPPN prints a Membership Directory, which is distributed to its members only so that everyone can stay in touch. And we plan many events and activities through out the year – such as the Halloween Parade, Teen Cookout, the Candlelight Tour of Homes and our bi-monthly meetings/socials.

The Grant Park Parent Network (GPPN) is a non-political organization of parents whose sole purpose is to help make Grant Park a wonderful neighborhood for raising children. The Grant Park Parent Network works closely with the GPNA and receives significant financial and community support from this organization. Memb

Posted 7/19/2005 by Loren Heyns
Updated 5/7/2007 by Loren Heyns
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Daycare/Preschool Recommendations
Some of the preschools to consider:

  • Grant Park Cooperative Preschool (GPCP)
  • Cabbagetown Campus of GPCP
  • Inman Park Cooperative Preschool
  • Druid Hills United Methodist Preschool (DHUMP)

    You'll want to sign up at least a year in advance.

    Posted 11/16/2005 by Jamie Kelly
    Updated 12/2/2007 by Loren Heyns
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    Preschool feedback regarding Druid Hills United Methodist Preschool
    Add CDC at Central Presbyterian (downtown near the Capitol building) and The Frazer Center to this list

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