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Our Mission

To provide young children with a secure and loving atmosphere in which to grow, develop a positive self-image and learn the joy of Jewish life.

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Our Community

Preschoolers experience so many firsts. For our families, CJP provides them with their first connection to Shalom Park’s numerous agencies and often a first connection to Jewish life.
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Reggio Emilia

Our curriculum takes a student-centered approach to Early Childhood education where children learn by experience and is designed to respect each child as a capable and unique individual.
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Dynamic Enrichment

From weekly special lessons to special events, our students enjoy activies that enrich their everyday experiences through play, exploration, and celebration. 
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Integrated Jewish Values

Judaism is the foundation for our curriculum and Jewish values are incorporated into students' experiences through daily activities, observance of traditions, and exploration of Jewish culture. 
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Who We Are

Our teachers and staff are dedicated to creating a loving and safe environment that instills within each child an excitement towards learning and a joyful attitude toward Judaism.
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Have you been enjoying all of our latest photos and posts? Please like and follow us on Facebook and Instagram, and feel free to share our posts as well! Photo added to boost our cuteness factor ❤️ #earlychildhoodeducation #reggioinspired ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know that by the end of their first year, babies show signs of sympathetic concern for people in distress? By 10 months, they show concern when their mothers look upset, and they may show even greater sympathetic concern for distressed peers. Love and empathy are two emotions we model for our students, and we were so proud to see one of our 11-month-old students demonstrating love and empathy for a friend ❤️ #empathyatwork #friendship #babylove ... See MoreSee Less
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Documentation plays a powerful role at our Reggio-inspired school! It makes parents aware of their children's experiences during the day, makes it possible for teachers to understand children better and evaluate their own work, and makes children aware that their effort is valued. Next time you're in our hallway, take a look at some of the beautiful documentation hanging on the walls outside of classrooms! ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Mitzvah Monday, the day we shout out the mini mensches around CJP for performing gemilut chasadim, acts of loving kindness. Today we are shouting out one of our half-day 2s students who shared her gloves with a friend on the playground. She did not want them, but happily shared hers with a friend who expressed that they had cold hands. Keep up the good mensching! ... See MoreSee Less
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