MAIN LINE REFORM TEMPLE SCHOOL FOR
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAMS
MLRT School of Early Childhood Education offers a range of programs for children and parents. Programs are available for infants through Kindergarten.
Early Childhood Program
2-5 years old
5 years old
Early & Late Care - Not offered for 2020 Fall Tri-Mester, Winter/Spring TBD
8:00 am-9:00 am
3:00 pm-6:00 pm, Fri. 3:00 pm-4:00 pm
New Twos - TBD for the 2020-2021 School Year
A MWF class that starts January 13th, 2020
for those children who are turning 2 years old,
offered 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Toddler & Me - Canceled for the 2020-2021 School Year
A once a week class for children 12 months and up with their parent or caregiver Tuesdays 9:15am-10:45am
Baby & Me - Canceled for the 2020-2021 School Year
A once a week class for all ages with their parent or caregiver.
Tuesdays 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
2 years old - 5 years old
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
At MLRT School for ECE, our days are filled with exploring, discovery, and fun! We pride ourselves on being a welcoming and inclusive school environment, with a diverse array of families that come in all shapes, sizes, and configurations. While we do not staff specialized learning support, we welcome and are happy to collaborate with families who will need to coordinate therapeutic services for their child during the day, either privately or through county agencies. We offer opportunities throughout the school year for the whole family to get involved and get to know each other while supporting our school community.
Our staff strives to nurture the creativity and the natural delight in learning that every child possesses. We provide an atmosphere that encourages social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth and development of the child as a whole. Your child's Jewish education is given strong roots at MLRT School for ECE.
Sensory, motor, perceptual and language skills are introduced through materials and activities that are both child centered and teacher-directed. Work is planned which emphasizes the process rather than the product, fostering a sense of accomplishment and pride. Based on the theory that children learn through play, classroom routines encourage active involvement, meaningful experimentation and reinforcement through repetition. Schedules are designed which balance structure and free choice, as well as active and quiet times. The family structure is very important in the life of a young child and we wish to be an extension of your
Jewish culture and tradition is integrated throughout the curriculum. Holidays are taught and celebrated on the
We are so lucky that our clergy is intimately involved with our school and are always on hand to enhance and guide our Jewish experiences and the beauty of Judaism.
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