As a Jewish Early Learning Program, We Embrace the Following:
Children feel safe in our Shelter of Peace to ask questions and share their ideas and feelings
Teachers model respect by listening carefully to what children say.
By providing experiences based on children's interests, teachers instill the joy of learning.
Teachers understand the importance of wonder and awe and make space to show appreciation for every aspect of the child's environment
Children learn how to be part of the Repair of the World with every thought, word, and action of their daily lives.
Our Commitment to Families Includes:
A safe, trusting, and caring atmosphere where children can explore and learn
A developmentally appropriate curriculum that is designed to foster and encourage each child’s development and interests
Opportunities for children to develop social skills and establish new relationships with peers and adults
Cultivation of self-reliance, self-expression, and creativity
Refinement of language, literacy, and multi-lingual skills through stories, music and songs, dramatic play, and a rich environment
Development of a caring and sharing partnership with all parents.
A diverse center community that serves all economic levels, ethnic origins, and family units