Adath Jeshurun Preschool has been dedicated to children and childcare since 1953 and is one of only a few preschools in North America to receive the prestigious United Synagogue Solomon Schechter Award for excellence in early childhood education. We provide Jewish programming, exposing all of our students to Judaism to help build relationships with our greater community. Even though the majority of the children who attend are not Jewish, they have the opportunity to learn about our culture, history and celebrations.
AJ Preschool families are always welcome to join in community events, services, and celebrations with
Tu BiShvat or Tu B'Shevat (Hebrew: ט״ו בשבט; tú bish'vat)
a Jewish holiday occurring on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shevat.
This holiday has developed into an ecological one that reminds Jews of our connection to the earth and to our role as caretakers of the environment.
Sundown, January 27
thru Sundown, January 28
Lessons with Cantor Lipp:
Each Friday at AJ Preschool we celebrate the Sabbath (Shabbat) with songs, stories, and challah!
During non-covid times we enjoy
an all-school Friday Sing-along with Cantor Lipp! ->
For updated resources on Jewish Holidays and Traditions that you can celebrate and share as a family together, visit PJ Library's Jewish Holiday's page, click HERE