Temple Anshe Amunim Plans Preschool Open Houses
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Temple Anshe Amunim announced that starting Monday, Feb. 4, weekday preschool programming will be offered for children ages 3 through 5.
To showcase the program and renovated classrooms, open houses for children and parents will be held on Friday, Jan. 25 and Sunday, Jan. 27 at 10 a.m. at the Temple on 26 Broad St.
The Temple's preschool program is designed to provide a stimulating and nurturing environment for children to develop their talents and find their interests through play, music and hands-on learning activities. While the program will be based around Jewish-themed content, children of all religious backgrounds will be accepted subject to space availability.
The preschool program will be led by Esther Benari-Altmann, the Temple's education director. Benari-Altmann boasts nearly two decades of experience in Jewish education, including as interim head of school and Judaic studies coordinator of the former Sinai Academy of the Berkshires, as well as principal of supplementary and day schools in Canada.
Registration materials will be available at the open houses and will also be available online on the Temple’s website (www.ansheamunim.org) or through the Temple's Facebook page.
For more information, Benari-Altmann can be reached in the Temple office at 413-442-5910, ext. 12, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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