We have a program for children every Shabbat from 9:30 AM to 11:00
The Nagel Jewish Academy opened its doors in September 2014, offering after-school classes to Jewish children, between the ages of 5 and 13, who do not currently attend a Jewish day school. The school is almost free of charge and all Jewish children are welcome regardless of level of observance or background, in order to make Jewish education easily accessible to all.
The Or HaChaim Academy Early Childhood Program offers a warm and encouraging environment where:
- Children are able to meet age-appropriate developmental goals essential to their long-term success
- The social and emotional growth of each child is supported
- Each child receives help in developing a positive self image
Or HaChaim is committed to instilling a love for Torah in our students and preparing them for the next level of learning.
$700 per month. 2.5 or toilet trained to 5 years old.
Hours: 8:15 am to 3:30 pm.
Emek's Early Childhood Center strongly believes that during the formative preschool years children learn to navigate the world. Creating a safe and nurturing environment based upon the enduring foundation of Torah and mitzvot, Emek's ECC staff focuses on providing all the tools necessary for success in life, academically and personally. We work to provide an environment of absolute and unconditional love and acceptance, respecting the individuality of each child and encouraging growth and learning through age-appropriate experiences.
The Early Childhood Education Center at Temple Beth Hillel is devoted to enrich a child's early years in a series of programs from birth through pre-kindergarten. Parent and Me classes let parents of infants and toddlers share their experiences in a supportive group setting weekly. Sessions include: art, story time, body movement, large and small motor activities, free play, snack and singing. While children are in free play, adults discuss parenting issues.
The Blessing Exchange offers our students and their families service learning and volunteer opportunities!
First Blessing Exchange - Oct. 13, 2023
A Service Program for Jewish Teens and Young Adults with Autism and Neurodiverse Abilities in cooperation with Los Angeles Senior Living Communities and other Local Service Organizations
Our Parent & Me program provides an opportunity for parents to come together with their infants and toddlers in a warm and friendly environment led by a qualified professional. Each class is uniquely designed to encourage multi-sensory experiences that stimulate emerging language skills, motor development, socialization, and bonding between parent and child. We offer a variety of classes ranging from an infant support class to a class dedicated to emerging toddlers to Tot Shabbat classes for infants and toddlers.
To learn about Julie Dubron, our Parent & Me coordinator.
Tuesdays, 6:00-7:30 pm
Ages 8th-12th Grade
Join us for a new teen program made up of “mini-mesters" in which we will be partnering with different organizations to expose teens to issues that impact their daily lives. Organizations include Moving Traditions, Shemesh Farms, JQ International, The Torah Studio, and more! Pizza dinner is included each week
Program Contact: Director of Youth Engagement Rabbi Emily Holtzman
Program Email: [email protected], (818) 766-9429 ext. 241
September 8, 2023, at 5:45pm
The Adat Ari El Youth Group invites you to join us for dinner and a Shabbat Tisch. The Tisch, which is Yiddish for table, is a space for teens (8th-12th) to come together for a Shabbat celebration. We will sing folk songs and Jewish songs both traditional and modern, snack on some treats, sip some Martinelli's, and be together in community.
Yeshiva Ketana of Los Angeles Core Values
Learning Should Be Enjoyable:
Children that enjoy learning, are motivated to learn, retain more information, and are generally happier. Through a combination of innovative teaching methods and integration of technology in the classroom, our teachers are able to create an engaged and exciting classroom atmosphere. By acting as facilitators instead of instructors, our teachers create an active learning environment.
Middos Tovos Come First: