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Our Mission


To educate your child in a creative, supportive, and warm Jewish environment, so that your child will not only learn about life as a Jew but will learn to love it too!
To nourish and stimulate your child’s learning priorities, as we develop their cognitive, social, emotional and physical skills, so that your child will be a well-rounded and self -confident individual.


Gani Preschool of the Arts is a place where young children receive a warm and enriching preschool experience providing them with the foundation to grow socially, emotionally, and intellectually. Our goal is to create a preschool environment that integrates the history and traditions of Judaism with a broad spectrum of secular topics. Gani teachers promote the values of respect and responsibility in a positive and encouraging manner.

Children who attend our preschool develop into proud and productive Americans knowledgeable and aware of the richness found in their Jewish heritage. Through developmentally appropriate activities, children gain the opportunity to learn and perfect newly acquired skills. Our teachers recognize that children learn best when they experience the world firsthand utilizing all of their senses to participate in learning. At Gani Preschool of the Arts children are encouraged to create, explore, and discover in the safety of our nurturing environment.



  • Provide a setting in which your child will feel safe and happy…

  • Use your child’s interests and experiences as the basis for learning and activities

  • Help your child develop a love for learning; a love that is deep, wide and ever growing

  • Provide opportunities for your child to learn academic skills through day-to-day activities

  • Encourage your child’s love for books and foster Hebrew pre-reading skills appropriate to his/her
    stage of development

  • Encourage your childs creativity and artistic expression

  • Encourage your child to ask questions, which will be answered sincerely and honestly

  • Develop your child’s social skills in both one-on-one and larger group settings

  • Encourage your child to work independently and with his-hers peers

  • Provide materials and equipment as well as caring and committed adults to help you child get the most out of school and him/herself.

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