Jewish Expression of Values
Tikun Olam (Repairing the World)
Children are inspired by the realization that what they do matters – through their rituals, their behavior toward the environment, those with whom they come in contact every day – they are making a difference.
B' Rit (Covenant)
Relationships of trust and security are established, allowing children to thrive. The culture centers around children’s and families’ emotional well-being; individualities are honored, opinions are heard and needs are considered.
B'Tzelem Elokim (Divine Image)
Each child possesses enormous potential. We take the time to get to know each child and build upon their individual uniqueness.
We infuse our days, the environments and our community with added significance through full presence and intention.
Children’s success is not just dependent on attaining goals; it is the experience or journey the children have that really matters.
To ask, to argue, to interpret, and to transmit are all essential elements of the children’s growth and maturity.
Maintaining the children’s sense of wonder elevates their experiences, enhances their relationships and increases their joy.