Who We Are
We adhere to the Mission Statement that has informed Yeshivat Noam for the past 15 years—that is, as we design and implement our social, emotional, Judaic, academic, and physical curriculums our decision-making is driven by the unique centrality of each child. Our experienced teachers are nurturing, sensitive and flexible and possess an intellectual curiosity that is passed down to the children in their care. Our curriculum is interactive and child-centered with teachers acting as facilitators, rather than directors, of the children’s learning.What is the birthday cutoff for each grade?
The cut-off date for each year is October 1st.Do you have Hebrew speaking teachers?
Our teachers speak Hebrew. Hebrew will be spoken during recurring daily activities such as welcoming, snack and transition times. We will increase Hebrew conversation as the year progresses.
Please look at your location's page for tuition informationIs there a registration fee?
NoWhat are the hours of your school day?
Please look at your location's page for school hours.Is there an extended day option?
Yes. Please look at your location's page for extended day option timesIs there partial enrollment for the extended day program?
YesCan I leave my child in pre- or post-care on an as-needed basis?
If there are children enrolled during the time that you need childcare your child can be left on an as needed basis. The fee is $12.00 per hour.What will the children be doing during pre and post care?
- 2:00-3:00: Story followed by rest time; children who don’t nap will be given quiet toys/coloring/puzzles for play
- 3:00-3:15: Snack
- 3:15-3:30: Join together to chat; introduce activities for the afternoon
- 3:30-4:40: Large centers open; activities involving cooking, art, math, and literacy will be provided
- 4:40-5:15: Outdoor/indoor play
- 5:15-5:50: Small centers open (manipulatives, writing center, Library)
- 5:50: Shalom (prepare to go home)
On Erev Yom Tovim the school day is from 9:00-2:00 for all classes. There will be no postcare. On Erev Yom Kippur school will end at 1:00PM.Are you open during Chol HaMoed Sukkot?
Yes.Are you closed for Yeshiva break?
We will only be closed for three days, from Monday, January 23rd to Wednesday, January 25th for Yeshiva break.Do you provide snack?
We will provide a healthy and substantial morning snack. There is no need for you to send in snacks on a daily basis. After the Yom Tovim, we will be forming a rotation for “power snacks” whereby one child per week brings in a fruit or vegetable snack to be shared with their classmates. More information will be forthcoming.Do you provide snack for aftercare?
Children who attend aftercare are asked to supply their own snacks.Can you serve breakfast/dinner to my child? Can their food be heated up?
Yes, we will serve breakfast/dinner. If you provide a breakfast or dinner that needs to be served warm we will heat it up in our microwave. Breakfast will be served at 7:45, dinner will be served at 5:15.Are you a nut-free facility?
YesHow will I know if school is open or closed if it snows?
You will get a phone call informing you when school is closed for snow
Parent PartnershipWhat supplies do I need to send in for my child?
You will be receiving information regarding supplies in the beginning of AugustWhen is your back to school night?
Our back to school night will be the first week of school.How will I know about the activities that are taking place in my child’s classroom?
You will receive weekly newsletters and photos during the week.How often are Parent/Teacher Conferences?
Twice a yearCan I stay to help my child get settled while dropping him/her off?
During the first week of school you are welcome to stay for a short while. After a brief time, in order for your child to acclimate to their new school environment and to form a relationship with their teachers, it does work best for you to give your child a quick hug and leave close to the time that you drop your child off.Do you have someone on staff who is certified in CPR?