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A Great Beginning At Gan Chamesh

Gan Chamesh teachers learning CPR

Gan Chamesh teachers learning CPR

The teachers and staff at Gan Chamesh, Chabad’s Early Childhood Center, are prepared for a great year. Before school began, the teachers and staff all became certified in CPR and first aid, to ensure the health and well-being of the students of the preschool. The teachers and staff also took part in an awe-inspiring trip to the ohel, the burial place of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, zt’l. The visit presented a perfect opportunity to daven and ask Hashem for a successful and meaningful school year.

The teachers and staff met with preschool parents at an informative parent orientation program on September 3. The parent body had an opportunity to hear about the unique philosophies of the school. The evening highlighted some of the innovative programs that Gan Chamesh has implemented. These include the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program, with Gan Chamesh’s own distinct emphasis on the engineering component; the project TEAM program for teaching middos and derech eretz; and methodology and programs consistent with the renowned Reggio Emelia approach to preschool education.

The staff and administration of Gan Chamesh look forward to working together with the parent body to ensure that the children have a great, successful year at Gan Chamesh.

For more information about Gan Chamesh, please call Susy Adler or Suzanne Wallin, the program directors, at

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