Now enrolling for 2013-14 (2.9-5 years). Call for a tour.
Come see us in action. Email email@example.com, give us a call at 617 576 0830, or just drop by!
Kesher Nevatim- Our Preschool Daycare
Click here to download the Nevatim Application Form
Nevatim Daily Schedule
10:00 Ma’agal (meeting)
10:15 Kibud (snack)Clean up, Choices
11:00 Z’man Ba’khutz (outdoor play)
1:30 Zman Shaket (quiet time)- children who do not nap are provided with quiet activities while others are sleeping or we may work on a “special project” just for them.
4:00 Z’man Ba’khutz (outdoor play)
5:10 Ma’agal (final circle time)
5:30 L’hitraot, Pick up
Kesher Nevatim Tuition
Core Tuition per year
*Full day, hours are 8.30-5.30 M-T, and 8.30-3:30PM Fri.
5 day week $1383 per month $16,600 per year
3 day week $1041per month $12,500 per year
*Half day, hours are 8.30-1.30PM
5 day week $816 per month $9,800 per year
3 day week $571 per month $6,860 per year
Application Form $40
Registration Deposit $500
Find out more about us by contacting Rafi, the director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or just give us a call at 617 576 0830.
Sam Frydman comes to us with many years of teaching experience in Jewish early childhood education. In addition to that experience, Sam brings our classroom fluency in Hebrew, art, music, and a wealth of ideas about how to engage children in the rhythms of Jewish life and culture. She also tutors B’nei Mitzvah and adults in Hebrew language.You will hear Sam singing with the children through the day – and you will hear those songs again when your children bring them home to their family routines too! “Our job as teachers is to love, nurture, and provide structure for our children, in a safe, and warm environment. in which they can grow and flourish as individuals, and learn to enter into community“
Laura Stone comes to us with many years of experience in early childhood education, and as a director of a public school preschool program. Deeply experienced in the Reggio Emilia school of early-childhood education, Laura brings her educational philosophy into every aspect of the school day. “Children learn through play and hands-on exploration in an atmosphere where they have the opportunities to observe, interact with materials, peers, environment, and community; and the encouragement to create, try out new things, share thoughts and ideas, and take new risks. Our job as teachers is to help children develop a sense of curiosity, independence, self-confidence and self-esteem: these skills will help them to be successful learners. We do this by creating a joyful, rich, developmentally challenging, and respectful environment where children can explore and develop as individuals and within a community setting.”
Dina Mardell brings us many years of experience as a teacher in progressive early childhood classrooms. She is also a mentor teacher in Lesley College’s early childhood education program. Dina launched Kesher’s pilot Nevatim program, and has been an advisor to Kesher about early childhood for many years, as well as a parent to two children in the afterschool program.