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Remaining Connected
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While our schools were “closed” for Passover Break, our Early Childhood Centers provided a variety of virtual programming for families to tune in and participate.

Click to read about the different @home programs with the Early Childhood Center!

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Transitioning to Online Learning
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At our Early Childhood Centers, in light of the school closures, our administrative staff and faculty have adjusted to an online-learning model. The staff has been participating in virtual staff training, learning how to run a Synchronous Virtual program for young children. Through trial and error, as well as parent feedback, our virtual program has improved daily. 

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Gala Thank Yous!
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On February 1, our Erika J. Glazer and Mann Family Early Childhood Centers held their Annual Gala: After Hours @ Wilshire. All proceeds from this amazing night help support scholarships and enrichments for our Early Childhood Centers. We are all so fortunate to be part of such a committed, passionate, and generous community. It gave us great pride and joy to see our community of parents come together in support of our schools to benefit the scholarship fund and operating budget. 

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Drawing Discoveries
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In our Early Childhood Centers, the Atelier, or “art studio,” is a place where children come to explore, create, and express themselves through multiple mediums. It is a magical space, filled with natural light and soft music, and set up with intentionality. 

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The (Jewish) Value of Curiosity
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Children in our nursery schools begin their days with morning meetings in which their teachers ask them questions about the previous day. The group spends time discussing and reflecting, then prepares for the day ahead. Because our curriculum is inspired by the innate inquisitive spirit of each beautiful child, it is a daily practice for our teachers to tailor their programs to meet their students’ needs. It is a core philosophy of the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education.

But how is that also a Jewish approach?

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