“ We could not be more pleased with JEA Preschool! Our expectations were rather small when our first child started here 5 years ago, but over time (and two more children) we have come to realize that JEA Preschool sets the bar above the rest. The groundwork for our children’s Jewish identities and foundation for becoming good people were largely shaped by their experiences here. We’ve been very happy with the informative, thoughtful, open lines of communication, the variety of on-campus enrichment activities, the informative teaching of sustainability and gardening, the attention to security and safety, and the principles and traditions of Judaism taught in a way that all can appreciate. These factors have given us great comfort as we navigate our children’s early years. Keep up the great work!” – Garrett and Ross Kaminsky
Private, semi-private and group swimming lessons are available for all ages. Lessons are offered in 30 minute sessions, and can be arranged during school hours with any available instructor! For more information, contact Fitness Director, Kirby Southerland at email@example.com.
Private lessons: $80/ member $100/guest
Semi-private: $60/ member $75/guest
Group: $50/ member $60/guest
Kirby Southerland has been teaching swimming lessons for more than 10 years, and has experience working with all ages of students, from 6 months to 70 years. Her mission is to inspire everyone to have a positive relationship with the water that is one that will last a lifetime.
Who: Children in G'daim and Ayalim classes
When: Mondays, March 2 thru April 6, 2020, 3:15-4 pm
This class helps children to sing tunefully, develop age-appropriate musical concepts, appreciate and create their own music, move expressively and rhythmically, and prepare for future instrument playing (especially piano).
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Cost: $75 for Community Members, $60 for JEA Members
Location: Senior Lounge/Yoga Room
This class is limited to Doobim or community 4 & 5 year olds.
This hands-on baking class is tailored to 3- and 4-year olds. In addition to making and eating yummy, homemade baked goods, this class provides practical experience with skills such as listening, following directions, measuring, development of hand-eye coordination and other fine motor skills; promotes early concepts of science and math; helps build self-confidence, and encourages an understanding of what goes into food preparation.
The class is $60 for five sessions and is limited to 10 children.