, the premier Jewish early childhood center in Somerset County, is pleased to introduce a new program this September called Morning Break.
Morning Break, which is open to the entire community, is a drop-off playgroup that offers structured care for up to two-hour sessions at a reasonable cost. It is located in the Mountain Top School for Young Children facility at Temple Har Shalom in Warren. Sessions are available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to noon, starting Sept. 10.
“Morning Break offers a child care solution for parents who are juggling the unique joys and challenges of being a mom, dad or caregiver,” said Kathy Sang, director. “Parents will now have theluxury of running errands or attending appointments—without the stress of trying to find a babysitter.”
Interested parents can call Mountain Top School to make a reservation for their child in advance or simply walk in when the service is needed. Parents will feel comfort in knowing their children are in a safe, stimulating and nurturing environment. Children will benefit from the social interaction with other children while enjoying structured playtime.
Interested parents can call Kathy Sang, at 732-748-9800 for more information or to schedule a personal tour.
Mountain Top School for Young Children Mountain Top School for Young Children at Temple Har Shalom offers a stimulating, academic program in a nurturing environment. Children who attend Mountain Top are exposed to a wide variety of age-appropriate daily learning activities that are designed to meet their emotional, social, intellectual and physical needs. Mountain Top’s innovative programming focuses on building early literacy and mathematics skills while encouraging socialization and independence. The curriculum also includes movement, music, cooking and arts and crafts programs, as well as optional enrichment classes and an after school Fun Club.
Additionally, the school offers Mommy and Meprograms, before and after school care, and summer camp. Mountain Top is licensed by the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services.
Temple Har Shalom is an open and progressive Reform Jewish community that welcomes those ofany race, religion, creed, gender and sexual orientation through our doors to share in the warmth of our services and other programming. We offer an expansive schedule of religious services throughout the year designed to meet the spiritual needs of our diverse congregation. The Temple Har Shalom congregation is led by Rabbi Randi Musnitsky and Cantor Anna Berman.