To ensure the comfort, safety, and enjoyment of all participants, please
take note of the following:
*When*: Please arrive on time so we can begin promptly at 9:30 AM.
*Where*: We are located on 2 West 70
the South West corner of Central Park West). The Toddler Program is held
in the Youth Room, located one short flight downstairs, straight down the
*Stroller parking*: Strollers should be parked tidily outside the Youth
Room. If you arrive on time, Christopher, our helpful teacher’s assistant,
will happily help you bring it downstairs.
*Head Teacher*: The incredible, Liz Rios, will be waiting to greet you in
the Youth Room.
* Wading on our Portico “beach”: come prepared each session for pool time with: non-slip water shoes, a change of swimmies, and a towel.
*Diapers may only be changed in the restrooms. There are changing tables in both the men’s and women’s restrooms.
*Adults are expected to attend to the children throughout and actively participate during parts of the session. As such, they should refrain from using cell-phones while camp is in session. During story-time, it is very important that the adults do not talk among themselves; we are teaching the children to listen and they need to do so without disturbance. Remember, this is not a drop-off program, but rather a “Parent/Grandparent/Caregiver & Me program.”
*Snacks: There is a designated snack-time every session; this nutritious
and child-friendly food is provided by the synagogue. We are a strictly
kosher facility, we ask that you and your children not eat food brought
from home or the outside. (For special exceptions, approval must be
obtained by advance by Rabbi Ira Rohde, the synagogue’s *mashgiah*. To
discuss special circumstances, please email us with sufficient lead time
for arrangements to be made).
When to arrive:
Aug 15, 2019
The activities were excellent and the instructor, Liz was amazing. The program started with an opportunity for free play which allows for so many skills to be taught with Liz’s kind support. It was followed by circle time and the announcement of swim time. My daughter absolutely loved the pool time and did not want to leave. There was plenty of pools for all the children as well as pool toys. Followed by snack time and a read aloud. They ended the day with free time with farewells, stickers and bubbles.
Jul 2, 2019
My 17M daughter had a great time!