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We view learning as a process of construction, growth, and reflection. Our team of educators provides intentional experiences that will spark questions, inspire creativity, and set the stage for positive interactions.
Jewish ethical values help provide a foundation from which we strive to nurture, support, and create connections with our children, families, professional staff, and community. Our inquiry-based educational approach, which integrates a Judaic and secular curriculum, embraces the very best of developmentally appropriate practice.
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As a Reggio-inspired program, we view the environment itself as the “third teacher.” Each classroom is intentionally designed to promote exploration and spark inquiry. Our indoor and outdoor environments are designed for each child to learn and explore, build meaningful relationships with peers and educators, and express their ideas, questions, and experiences.
We view learning as a life-long journey, and our educators are committed to learning in partnership with the children. We value the growth of the whole child, and our educators intentionally design experiences to encourage developmental growth while honoring the interests and inquiries of the children.
We value the unique gifts that each child and family brings to our community. We are dedicated to working in partnership with families to ensure a quality educational experience for every child. In the WHC community, our Jewish values are integrated into each part of the children’s routine and provide a focal point of learning.
For children who turn two between October 1 and December 31. Our Mid- Year Twos program is designed to support the transition into a school environment with wonder and excitement.
For children who turn two by September 30. Two-year-olds enter the school environment with excitement and support as they develop fundamental social- emotional skills.
For children who turn three by September 1. Three-year-old students express their natural curiosity, and we help them discover concepts that both fascinate them and further their thinking.
For children who turn four by September 1. Our pre-kindergarten program incorporates developmentally appropriate practices that prepare children for the next steps in their educational and life journeys.
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3935 Macomb Street NW
Washington, DC 20016
11810 Falls Road
Potomac, MD 20854
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