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Shalom Corner Early Learning Center

Shalom Corner is a peaceful and playful place for your child to learn and grow. Shalom means peace in Hebrew. Shalom Corner embraces Jewish values and culture along with celebrating our multicultural world. Our ELC welcomes children from all backgrounds to be part of our diverse and inclusive learning community. 

Curriculum

Our curriculum is based on an understanding of child development and includes activities that integrate social/ emotional and academic learning with play.  Children’s passions will form the basis of investigations that lead them to develop understanding, represent their ideas, and develop a toolkit of academic, social and emotional skills. 

Our guiding principles: we take care of ourselves; we take care of others; we take care of the world, will help children learn independence, interdependence, and social responsibility. 

Program Features 2022 - 2023

  • ​​​​​​Three classes  -- all children must be of age by 9/1/2022:
  • Shemesh/Sun for age 2
  • Keshet/Rainbow for age 3
  • new Pre-K program for age 4

  • 10 month program in session from September through June in alignment with the Westwood Public Schools Calendar
  • Half day 8 am to 1 pm with flexible drop off, lunch (parent provided) and full day 8 am to 5:30 pm option
  • Five day half day program for Pre-K with option for full day
  • Five day, three day (M-W-F), and two day (T-Th) option for ages 2 - 3

Director

Meet Lynn Kaminski,  director of Shalom Corner Learning Center.

Lynn brings a wealth of experience in early childhood education.  A Kindergarten teacher in the Wellesley Public Schools for 27 years, Lynn earned her licenses from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care while teaching. She earned her M.A.T. in Child Development from Tufts University.

During her years in Wellesley, Lynn developed curriculum in many areas focusing on diversity and inclusion. Much of this work involved teaching colleagues, as well. She helped to create an environment in which conversations about differences were encouraged through literature and classroom discussions. Supporting learning through play is at the core of her educational philosophy. 

Lynn's passion for early education dates from her days as a babysitter and camp counselor in her hometown of Huntington, NY. 
 

Fri, January 28 2022 26 Sh'vat 5782