Outstanding Kindergarten Readiness. Extended Hours. Friendships that last a Lifetime! The Jewish Center Preschool of Princeton at The Joan Levin School of Early Childhood Education offers year round programming for toddlers through pre-k. With Afternoon Enrichments open to the community, the Jewish Center Preschool of Princeton provides a safe and nurturing environment educating the whole child.
Starting this fall, the preschool will be open until 6 p.m. and will have fewer holiday closings to accommodate parents who work. In addition, they are starting an afternoon weekly enrichment program including music with Kids’ MusicRound, Art, Story Book & Dramatic Play, Around the World, and Champ Kidz Sports which will be open to all preschool children in the local community.
The Jewish Center Preschool of Princeton offers a social and interactive learning environment fostering outstanding kindergarten preparedness. The Jewish Center Preschool is a place that provides warm and nurturing teachers, and a curriculum that challenges, engages and inspires learning and curiosity, while offering space to grow intellectually, emotionally and socially. As a synagogue preschool, the program also teaches through the lens of Jewish traditions and values, universal lessons that all children benefit from at an early age – being a good person and friend, helping those less fortunate, and making the world a better place. Their active Parent Association allows for genuine connections and friendships building a community that continues long after the preschool years are through.
The Jewish Center Preschool of Princeton is located at 435 Nassau Street in downtown Princeton. They are currently open for registration. For more information about the preschool, visit www.thejewishcenterpreschool.org.