In 1973, with four children and a dream, Lubavitch of Wisconsin founded Jewish Beginnings, then known as Lubavitch Nursery School.
Today, we are privileged to have over 120 children and we're growing each year. We serve children ages 6 weeks to age five.
We are fully licensed with the state of Wisconsin as a day care center and nursery school and are accredited by NAEYC's National Academy of Early Childhood Programs. Our staff is made up of certified teachers, chosen for both their professionalism and their caring, compassionate personalities.
Jewish beginnings offers a stimulating and warm environment where children are encouraged to develop intellectually, emotionally, and physically. The school takes the best of both worlds - secular and Judaic - and blends them into a program that is rich, fulfilling, and stimulating.
Jewish Beginnings endeavors to create a unique warm and friendly environment with caring teachers who are, above all, concerned about your child and shower the children with love and affection.
Current thinking in the field of early childhood education echoes a statement by King Solomon, found in the Book of Proverbs: "Educate a child in his way, and when he is old he will not depart from it."
We share with parents the important role of raising children to be caring, responsible and creative Jewish children. We look at each child as an individual worthy of our attention and respect.
Jewish Beginnings provides the excitement of new discoveries and development of responsible and independent thought. Our curriculum is at the forefront of a constantly changing educational environment. We continually update our programming to keep pace with new developments in the field of early childhood education.
Underpinning all this, at the heart of our program, is our desire to nurture within our children concern, kindness, and sensitivity for their fellow human beings.