Unless they were among the athletic kids or those who thrived on competition, many parents of young children may have bad memories of gym class. Even if their recollections are positive, they may see...
Children’s Future is safe here
- Established in 1998, Licensed and Certified
- Ages 2 to 5 years. Children are not required to be potty-trained to enter the program.
- Hebrew and English Academics including Shabbat and Holiday Celebrations
- Weekly Art, Music, PE & Library
- Kosher Hot Breakfast, Hot Lunch and Snack Included
- Safe and Fun Play Yard
- Low Teacher-Student Ratio, All staff are CPR and First Aid Certified
- After-School Enrichment Classes (Soccer, Dance & Cooking
- Encourage critical thinking
- Teach problem-solving skills
- Build children’s self-esteem
- Teach academics through the senses
One of our unique opportunities at the center is the web camera. The parents can log in 24/7 to watch their children at the center’s environment. It is amazing to find how differently your child behaves at school compared to home.
For security purpose, the front gate will be locked during the day. Each parent will have the code to unlock the system. Our security guard secures the school’s outdoor and indoor and might ask for identification card for verification only.
As a parent, you want to make sure to choose the right program for your kids.
Admissions Open – “Hurry”
Applications are available for the school year of 2015 – 2016. Prospective parents are required to begin the admissions process with a private tour of the school. Prospective parents and students meet privately with Hagit Cohen, the school founder and director, for an informal discussion of classroom procedures, expectations, and objectives. Prospective students are welcome to visit the classroom for one hour while the parents observed the child using our internal camera system. Schedule a private tour today! (818) 760 9596
By: Care.com You probably think you have this preschool application thing solved. By comparing the cost, location, length of the school day and quality of the playground, it may seem obvious where to send...