From the Director:
Our curriculum encourages children to be actively involved in the learning process. Balancing child-initiated/teacher-initiated, active/quiet, and indoor/outdoor activities, the curriculum aims to prepare children for lifeâ€™s experiences by helping them to develop social relations through peer interaction; fostering a positive self-image and a sense of personal achievement; encouraging opportunities for independence and success; encouraging creative expression and appreciation for the arts; and promoting sound health, safety, and nutritional practices. To promote each childâ€™s Jewish identity and sense of Jewish values, the program offers experiential activities in Jewish customs and rituals and a warm Jewish environment. Students are encouraged to develop respect for cultural diversity within and outside of Judaism, and are provided opportunities for language and literacy in both English and Hebrew.