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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The Crayon Initiative

At TBI Preschool, our curriculum includes teaching our children to help others through the Jewish concept of mitzvot, performing good deeds or charitable acts. The TBI Preschool community is currently participating in a mitzvah project, of collecting used crayons and sending them to The Crayon Initiative. This non-profit organization recycles crayons by melting them down, […]

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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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2017 – 2018 School Year Begins August 28!

Not only is this parachute activity fun… it includes cooperation, science and movement. Our 2017-18 school year begins August 28, there are still a few spaces for new children in the PreK class at TBI Preschool.

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Summers at TBI Preschool

Summer at TBI Preschool always includes sprinkler play….. it never goes out of style. Please contact us to find out more about our year-round programs.

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2016-2017 Pre-K Blessing

Our PreK children received a special blessing this morning, the last day of our school year. “May we be blessed as we go on our way, May we be guided in peace, May we be blessed with health and joy, May this our blessing, amen.”

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Balloon Art at TBI

Today we had a special presentation. One of our preschool alumni returned to share his special skills. It was fun to see the preschoolers being so attentive to this big boy!

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Uncommon Good’s Fiddleneck Family Farms

Uncommon Good’s Fiddleneck Family Farms benefit so many, in various ways. Even our TBI Preschoolers enjoy the vegetables grown on-site, a tikkun olam experience!

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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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