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  • Open House Keynote 2009

    1. 1. Preschool & Kindergarten
    2. 2. Preschool 3
    3. 3. Preschool 3 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20
    4. 4. Preschool 3 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20
    5. 5. Preschool 3 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 Two Early Childhood Educators per class
    6. 6. Preschool 3 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 Two Early Childhood Educators per class
    7. 7. Preschool 3 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 Two Early Childhood Educators per class A.M. fees: $4,350 per school year
    8. 8. Preschool 3 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 Two Early Childhood Educators per class A.M. fees: $4,350 per school year P.M. fees: $3,580 per school year
    9. 9. Preschool 3 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 Two Early Childhood Educators per class A.M. fees: $4,350 per school year P.M. fees: $3,580 per school year
    10. 10. Preschool 3 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 Two Early Childhood Educators per class A.M. fees: $4,350 per school year P.M. fees: $3,580 per school year Children must be 3 years old by December 31st, 2010
    11. 11. Preschool 4
    12. 12. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20
    13. 13. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20
    14. 14. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 • multi-age grouping
    15. 15. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 • multi-age grouping
    16. 16. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 • multi-age grouping Two Early Childhood Educators per class
    17. 17. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 • multi-age grouping Two Early Childhood Educators per class
    18. 18. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 • multi-age grouping Two Early Childhood Educators per class A.M. fees: $4,350 per school year
    19. 19. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 • multi-age grouping Two Early Childhood Educators per class A.M. fees: $4,350 per school year P.M. fees: $3,580 per school year
    20. 20. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 • multi-age grouping Two Early Childhood Educators per class A.M. fees: $4,350 per school year P.M. fees: $3,580 per school year
    21. 21. Preschool 4 Morning Class: 8:20 to 11:20 Afternoon Class: 12:30 to 3:20 • multi-age grouping Two Early Childhood Educators per class A.M. fees: $4,350 per school year P.M. fees: $3,580 per school year Children must be 4 years old by December 31st, 2010
    22. 22. Noshniks Play & Learn
    23. 23. Noshniks Play & Learn After school: 11:20 to 1:20
    24. 24. Noshniks Play & Learn After school: 11:20 to 1:20 For both Preschool 3 & 4 children
    25. 25. Noshniks Play & Learn After school: 11:20 to 1:20 For both Preschool 3 & 4 children Led by two preschool teachers
    26. 26. Noshniks Play & Learn After school: 11:20 to 1:20 For both Preschool 3 & 4 children Led by two preschool teachers
    27. 27. Noshniks Play & Learn After school: 11:20 to 1:20 For both Preschool 3 & 4 children Led by two preschool teachers
    28. 28. Noshniks Play & Learn After school: 11:20 to 1:20 For both Preschool 3 & 4 children Led by two preschool teachers Fees: $15 per term ($17 drop-in depending on space availability)
    29. 29. Noshniks Play & Learn After school: 11:20 to 1:20 For both Preschool 3 & 4 children Led by two preschool teachers Fees: $15 per term ($17 drop-in depending on space availability)
    30. 30. Noshniks Play & Learn After school: 11:20 to 1:20 For both Preschool 3 & 4 children Led by two preschool teachers Fees: $15 per term ($17 drop-in depending on space availability)
    31. 31. Registration
    32. 32. Registration Community-wide registration begins Wednesday, November 23rd
    33. 33. OUR EARLY YEARS PHILOSOPHY EXPLORE, DISCOVER, CREATE, and LEARN
    34. 34. Full Day Kindergarten in BC
    35. 35. Full Day Kindergarten in BC ✓CHOICE
    36. 36. Full Day Kindergarten in BC ✓CHOICE ✓UNIVERSAL ACCESS
    37. 37. Full Day Kindergarten in BC ✓CHOICE ✓UNIVERSAL ACCESS ✓EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING
    38. 38. KINDERGARTEN-EXTENDED DAY
    39. 39. KINDERGARTEN-EXTENDED DAY Hours: 8:20 to 1:20 (lunch in classroom)
    40. 40. KINDERGARTEN-EXTENDED DAY Hours: 8:20 to 1:20 (lunch in classroom) One teacher and one educational aide
    41. 41. KINDERGARTEN-EXTENDED DAY Hours: 8:20 to 1:20 (lunch in classroom) One teacher and one educational aide Average of 18 students per classroom
    42. 42. KINDERGARTEN-EXTENDED DAY Hours: 8:20 to 1:20 (lunch in classroom) One teacher and one educational aide Average of 18 students per classroom Fees: $8,600 (tuition subsidies available)
    43. 43. KINDERGARTEN-EXTENDED DAY Hours: 8:20 to 1:20 (lunch in classroom) Integrated English and Hebrew program; One teacher and one educational aide meets BC Ministry of Education Provincial Learning Outcomes Average of 18 students per classroom Fees: $8,600 (tuition subsidies available)
    44. 44. KINDERGARTEN-EXTENDED DAY Hours: 8:20 to 1:20 (lunch in classroom) Integrated English and Hebrew program; One teacher and one educational aide meets BC Ministry of Education Provincial Learning Outcomes Average of 18 students per classroom Fees: $8,600 (tuition subsidies Must be age 5 by December 31st, 2010 available)
    45. 45. KINDERGARTEN-FULL DAY
    46. 46. KINDERGARTEN-FULL DAY Hours: 8:20 to 3:20
    47. 47. KINDERGARTEN-FULL DAY Hours: 8:20 to 3:20 One teacher and one educational aide
    48. 48. KINDERGARTEN-FULL DAY Hours: 8:20 to 3:20 One teacher and one educational aide Average of 18 students per classroom
    49. 49. KINDERGARTEN-FULL DAY Hours: 8:20 to 3:20 One teacher and one educational aide Average of 18 students per classroom Fees: $10,375 (tuition subsidies available)
    50. 50. KINDERGARTEN-FULL DAY Hours: 8:20 to 3:20 Integrated English and Hebrew program; meets BC Ministry of Education One teacher and one educational aide Provincial Learning Outcomes Average of 18 students per classroom Fees: $10,375 (tuition subsidies available)
    51. 51. KINDERGARTEN-FULL DAY Hours: 8:20 to 3:20 Integrated English and Hebrew program; meets BC Ministry of Education One teacher and one educational aide Provincial Learning Outcomes Average of 18 students per classroom Fees: $10,375 (tuition subsidies Must be age 5 by December 31st, 2010 available)
    52. 52. What would a full-day look like?
    53. 53. What would a full-day look like? • Longer instructional day will enable teachers to provide more opportunities for learning and success
    54. 54. What would a full-day look like? • Longer instructional day will enable teachers to provide more opportunities for learning and success • Expanded hours will continue to be play-based to address all areas of child development: physical, social, emotional, language and cognitive
    55. 55. What opportunities exist for full-day?
    56. 56. What opportunities exist for full-day? • More time for meeting individual needs
    57. 57. What opportunities exist for full-day? • More time for meeting individual needs • More time for children to interact with their peers
    58. 58. What opportunities exist for full-day? • More time for meeting individual needs • More time for children to interact with their peers • Greater access to school facilities
    59. 59. What opportunities exist for full-day? • More time for meeting individual needs • More time for children to interact with their peers • Greater access to school facilities • Extended project and theme- based learning, both in general and Judaic studies
    60. 60. What opportunities exist for full-day? • More time for meeting individual needs • More time for children to interact with their peers • Greater access to school facilities • Extended project and theme- based learning, both in general and Judaic studies • Expanded opportunities for specialty subjects (drama, music, art, cooking, phys ed, etc.)
    61. 61. Important points to consider:
    62. 62. Important points to consider: • You know your child best
    63. 63. Important points to consider: • You know your child best • The curriculum will be reworked to accommodate the additional 2 hours of instruction time
    64. 64. Important points to consider: • You know your child best • The curriculum will be reworked to accommodate the additional 2 hours of instruction time • Moadonit after school care program no longer offered
    65. 65. Why full-day kindergarten?
    66. 66. Why full-day kindergarten? • Visit the BC Ministry of Education website and search for “The Early Childhood Learning Agency” report which provides information on the importance of quality kindergarten, and includes research associated with these findings.
    67. 67. Why full-day kindergarten? • Visit the BC Ministry of Education website and search for “The Early Childhood Learning Agency” report which provides information on the importance of quality kindergarten, and includes research associated with these findings. • Full-day kindergarten has been a staple of most Jewish day school curricula for the past decade.
    68. 68. Bus Service From Richmond and to the JCC Picks up in Richmond every morning and returns to Richmond every afternoon, with a stop at the JCC Separate fee: can either register monthly or by ride
    69. 69. Registration
    70. 70. Registration Community-wide registration begins Wednesday, November 23rd

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