Our early childhood education center provides a warm and loving setting, where children learn through hands-on, concrete experiences.
Your child will develop confidence, a sense of self-worth and pride as a member of our preschool family. We strive to help children develop a love of Judaism, an understanding of Jewish values and Jewish holidays through developmentally appropriate experiences.
We’ve developed a curriculum where each child can progress at his or her own pace. In our caring and accepting environment, your son or daughter can achieve his or her maximum potential.
Our curriculum includes a wide variety of academic subjects, social and physical activities because we want our children to experience success each day. Children enjoy music, art projects, dramatic play, and activities to encourage gross and fine motor development, circle time, computers, science and cooking.
Our program encourages children to experience the positive values of Judaism, within a conservative synagogue. Every week, our Rabbi joins the children for weekly storytelling and singing.
We offer programs for four age groups, geared to the developmental level of those children:
Seeing is believing! Please contact Judy at 913-647-7287 to set up a tour of Rose Family Early Childhood Center:
Judy Jacks Berman
Director of Early Childhood Education
Debbie Beznovsky or Phyllis Kalender
School Administrative Assistant
M-TH: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
F: 7:30 am – 12:30 pm
We want your child:
Beth Shalom’s Rose Family Early Childhood Education Center offers your child the finest first, formal Jewish education available. Each program is geared specifically to the developmental level of the age group. We firmly believe that children are individuals and progress at their own rate – a warm, loving, accepting environment enables each child to achieve maximum growth.
Our toddler and mini-school programs are available to children 18 – 35 months old by August 31st. We have a half-day option from 9:00-12:00 two, three or five days a week. Toilet training is not required.
This early childhood education program is open to children who turn three before August 31st. Class hours are from 9:00-12:00, Tuesday through Friday with Mondays as an optional day.
The Pre-K program is geared to children who turn four before August 31st. Class hours are from 9:00-1:30 Monday thru Thursday and 9:00-12:00 on Friday. The Pre-K program incorporates handwriting, literacy, math and science curriculums preparing children to succeed in kindergarten. We are excited to introduce beginning coding and robotics to our pre-k program this year!
For the following programs the children will bring and enjoy a dairy lunch (nut free) from home.
Beth Shalom does not discriminate against race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, physical handicap or gender in accordance with K.S.A. 44-1009.