Portland Jewish Academy is a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland and is proud of our partnership with them in strengthening our local Jewish community as well as the global community.
Portland Jewish Academy and Schnitzer Family Campus partner Mittleman Jewish Community Center are proud partners with the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland to bring the Harold Grinspoon Foundation's PJ Library program to Jewish children in Portland.
Portland Jewish Academy's Infant/Toddler Development program supports the healthy development of young children in a vibrant and secure environment. We promote confidence, curiosity, awareness, exploration, problem solving, and friendship building for infants and toddlers.
We follow the RIE (Resource for Infant Educators) theory that skilled and thoughtful care-giving both nurtures children and gives them the kind of information they need to organize their world.
RIE fosters independence and interdependence in infants and toddlers by providing an atmosphere that promotes motor and cognitive development while establishing trusting relationships. The children's activities are designed to keep them engaged and provide a balance of active and quiet play, group and independent activities. Children participate in: art, reading, blocks and building, circle time, dramatic play, and music and movement.
Dedicated and Caring Staff
Our staff is carefully selected for their experience, education and genuine love of children. They’ve all had criminal background checks and participated in at least 15 hours of early childhood education per year. All staff are certified in:
Infant/Child CPR & First Aid
Child Abuse and Neglect reporting
Two to Five days per week options
Dedicated Infant/Toddler Development program playground
Gross/fine motor, social, emotional development
Prices: Monthly Fees 2013 - 2014
Effective July 1, 2013
6 Weeks - 2 Years
This program is very popular. Please call us to see if there is space available.