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Families with Young Children

A Community for our Littlest Learners

Adas Israel Congregation aims to engage all members of our community beginning with our littlest learners. For our families with young children (approximately ages 0-5), we offer a wide variety of programs including weekly play groups, monthly Shabbat services and dinner, holiday-specific programs, and more! All Families with Young Children (FYC) events are open to the community and we are happy to welcome children and their grown-ups. We are always adding to our programming, so please email our Families with Young Children Engagement Coordinator, Jocelyn Dorfman, to sign up to receive our bimonthly newsletter.

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Youth And Families


 

Gan HaYeled Preschool
Now offering Pathways 2020

Gan HaYeled is currently closed and is not accepting applications at this time. If you are interested in the Gan and would like to receive updates regarding our reopening plans, please complete this Information Form

We are currently offering Pathways 2020, a revolutionary program. Our team of renowned early childhood experts will guide you on a journey designed to support the developmental, social, and emotional needs of children and their families in 2020. Pathways is available for children between the ages of 18 months and six years.

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Youth And Families


 

Families with Young Children Listserv

Families with young children are invited to join the Adas Israel Families with Young Children Listserv, an online vehicle for families to share ideas with one another, develop connections among families, and build community.  

To join, please complete the form below with a brief introduction of your family in the message box. 

 

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Youth And Families


 

Meet Jocelyn Dorfman

Families with Young Children Engagement Coordinator

Before coming to Adas, Jocelyn was an educator at the Early Childhood Learning Center of the JCC of Northern Virginia. In addition to overseeing the programming for families with young children, she is the Operations Manager for the Gan. She has a Master of Education in Counseling and a Master of Science in Psychology, and has worked with children in many different capacities throughout her education and professional careers. Jocelyn is a native Washingtonian and is thrilled to be a part of the Adas community and to create meaningful experiences with our littlest learners. Jocelyn.Dorfman@adasisrael.org

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