Gross Schechter Day School and Alexandria School for Nannies' Founder and Executive Director, Carolyn Stulberg, welcome expectant parents to participate in Shalom Baby. Six independent, weekly sessions will include prenatal information through a Jewish lens, kosher snacks and time to socialize.
Shalom Baby sessions will start on Tuesday, April 14. Spaces are limited.
Click here to learn more and RSVP.
We are adding a new Infant Care Center!
Gross Schechter Day School is delighted to announce that we will be expanding our program offerings to meet the needs of families with young children by providing infant care from 6 weeks through 18 months beginning in the early spring. The new Infant Care Center will be housed at B’nai Jeshurun Congregation, next door to Schechter, under the direction of Tracey Bortz, Director of the Early Childhood Center and Barbie Barnholtz in a newly created position, Infant Care Coordinator. Click HERE to read more.
Gross Schechter designated a Gold Fit-Friendly Worksite
Gross Schechter Day School has been designated a Gold Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association. Designed to be a catalyst for positive change in American business, the program “Fit-Friendly” recogni
Join us for Sunday Playdates and Open Gym. Our Sunday Playdates include hands-on science, math and technology exploration, as well as a costume exchange and Tikkun Olam projects. Spaces limited.
Back by popular demand! Enjoy sports, games and physical fitness activities at Gross Schechter Day School.
Sunday Playdates and Open Gym are FREE and open to all children ages 2 - 8 and their parents. Click HERE for the 2014-2015 schedule and to RSVP.
Children from birth through age 4 are welcome to join us for a morning of fun activities including music and story time. Monday Fun Days are free and open to the community! Click here to learn more.
Are you All In? Our All In Excellence Campaign raises critical funds to provide the latest technology in our classrooms, textbooks and literature for our children, hands-on experiential learning through field trips to Columbus, Washington, D.C. and museums, and more!
We hope to get 100% participation this year from our families. Help us achieve that goal and donate now to our 2014/15 Annual Campaign.