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Tashbar Sephardic Yeshiva Ketana School in Los Angeles

Early Childhood Center

TASHBAR Sephardic Yeshiva Ketana Early Childhood Center

The best kept secret in Pico-Robertson where young children are

Learning, living and loving our rich Sephardic Culture.


Elementary and Junior High School Information

Learn About Us
What and How We Teach
How to Apply

Learn About Us
Tashbar Sephardic Yeshiva Ketana Early Childhood Center (ECC) offers developmentally appropriate, integrated general and Judaic programs that promote the social, emotional, physical, cognitive and spiritual growth of each child. The curriculum emphasizes Tefilah, Mitzvot, Midot Tovot and Sephardic Halachot and Minhagim. Using the Creative Curriculum Approach, Tashbar’s well-trained and caring staff cultivates the foundation for successful learning in a warm and nurturing environment by providing:  

  • Constructive and purposeful play
  • A stimulating physical environment, both indoors and outdoors
  • Positive interactions and relationships with adults  
Tashbar ECC recognizes the individual strengths, needs and interests of each child. Building on the Torah foundation from home, Tashbar ECC helps instil in each child a lifelong love of learning Mitzvot, Midot Tovot and Torah. Graduates of Tashbar ECC are thoroughly prepared to enter elementary school.

Tashbar invites you to tour the Early Childhood Center. Small group tours are available Wednesdays at 10 AM, or if you prefer, you may schedule a private tour. For more information about scheduling a tour, please call 310.652.2626.

What and How We Teach
Tashbar ECC offers programs for children 18-months to 5 years of age. Children participate in daily tefila, learn berachot, Sephardic Minhagim and look forward to weekly Shabbat parties. Tashbar ECC provides a wide variety of professionally prepared materials and activities designed for children to grow and expand their knowledge at their own pace. Activities incorporate tactile, cognitive, visual and auditory experiences – children learn by doing. Circle time is a prime example of an activity where new ideas and concepts are presented and children are encouraged to contribute their opinions and ideas. Every child is recognized and respected as an individual and is taught and nurtured as such, and becomes a member of the “class society” as well.

How to Apply
Please call Mrs. Gila Hasid at 310.652.2626 to start the application process.  

In an effort to reach out to new families, we are able to offer need-based tuition assistance for families new to Tashbar.

 
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