A Time to Work and a Time to Rest

First posted on JLife SGPV. Children’s learning best happens through the combination of hands-on experiences and positive feelings. When these experiences occur both at home and at school, the learning is reinforced and exemplified. This is particularly apparent as young children are actively engaged in Jewish activities. Young children who attend a Jewish preschool, such […]

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Pediatricians Say No Fruit Juice in Child’s First Year

New York Times May 22, 2017. An updated guideline from the American Academy of Pediatrics:

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Disaster Preparedness 101

There will be a free training on Disaster Preparedness 101 at TBI Monday night, Feb.6. Mr. Chris Grant is an Emergency Management Specialist and subject matter expert in the areas of Emergency Management, Disaster Response and Recovery, Continuity of Operations, CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) and HazMat. He will lead a free Ready Now Training […]

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Choosing a Preschool for Your Child

Written by Deborah Pruitt, Director of TBI Preschool. Originally published in “909 Magazine” September 2014. You might find yourself in a situation where your baby is 3 months old and it’s time to return to work, or you might have a 4 year old and you’d like him to have a year of preschool before entering kindergarten. Whatever your child’s […]

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