Zachary Grossman Bar Mitzvah 11-20-10
THE FIRST MOVIE IS OVER (part-1), THE NEXT MOVIE (part-2) STARTS
TO LOAD AND PLAY AUTOMATICALLY!
Florida's Jewish Communities Since 1996!
Palm Beach, Boynton
Port Richey, North
Miami Beach, Naples,
Delray Beach, Wellington,
Congregation B'nai Torah Bar Mitzvahs web
18th Street Boca Raton, Fl 33433-7146
Phone: (561) 392-8566
Fax: (561) 362-0990
The B'nai Torah Congregation of Boca Raton, Inc., the Ruth and
Edward Taubman Early Childhood Center Program is at B'nai Torah
Congregation. The program promotes a healthy self-image
and independence for the child in a pleasant, developmentally
sound environment. The uniqueness of the Ruth and Edward
Taubman Early Childhood Center can be found in the quality of
day-to-day interactions among children, staff and parents.
To the children it feels like family, a place where they belong.
To the parents, it feels secure and reassuring.
Our staff is dedicated to the strengthening of family life through
the transmission of values and Jewish traditions. The
focus of our program evolves from the values, traditions, and
rituals of Judaism. It is important that you understand
that children will be imbued with these concepts. We have
created a caring environment which encourages your child to
begin at his own level and to develop emotionally, spiritually,
socially, physically, and cognitively. This includes opportunities
to be "little scientists", to explore and to experiment,
to question and guess, to fail and try again.
Each family comes to school with a unique package of experiences,
feelings, and characteristics. It is our sincere desire
to be responsive and helpful in every way and to actively assist
to resolve any questions or concerns that you may have.
We are here for you as well as your child. Please remember
that open communication between parents and staff is the real
key to successful early childhood education. Again, we
welcome your questions, concerns, suggestions, and constructive
criticisms. Visits to the classroom are an important way
for parents to feel assured that their children are receiving
the very best.
Since the pre-school years are the formative years, the years
when behavior patterns, value systems, and attitudes emerge,
it is essential to our philosophy to provide individualized
attention. Research has shown that most of the child's
potential for learning is established by age six. The
Ruth and Edward Taubman Early
Childhood Center provides:
~ A nurturing
trained in child development methods
and well maintained physical equipment
communication with parents, both formal and informal
ratios of staff to children
The following factors are the keys to realizing our goals:
a positive self-image and high self esteem in children
patterns of learning and problem-solving
empathy and concern for others
an ability to cooperate with others
a healthy, safe, and pleasant child-oriented
optimum growth and development
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