Beth Am Preschool opens infant care center in Carmel Valley

The Nursery at Beth Am Preschool is now taking names for enrollment in the fall.

Beth Am Preschool announces the opening of The Nursery, an infant and toddler care center for children ages 6 weeks to 2 years.

With 20 years of experience caring for and educating preschool children, Beth Am Preschool is pleased to introduce the much-needed services of infant and toddler care for the Carmel Valley/Del Mar and surrounding communities. This child development center is renowned for its warm, nurturing environment and highly qualified teachers, which it will now offer to the youngest children.

The Nursery will feature a low 3:1 infant/toddler-to-teacher ratio, exceeding the standards set by the state of California.

The program will include healthy and organic snacks grown in our own garden, exposing children to a variety of tastes as they are developmentally ready for them.

Drawing from its years of experience in early childhood education, Beth Am Preschool’s infant and toddler center will provide more than a healthy and safe day care program.

“The Nursery will infuse weekly themes through storytelling and music, creating an atmosphere of exploration and discovery,” says Preschool Director Denise Neifeld.

A parent education program offered in the evenings on topics such as introducing solid foods, sleep, and toilet training will complete this new state-of-the-art concept in infant and toddler care.

An interest list for The Nursery is forming now with doors expected to open in the fall, subject to minimum enrollment. Space is limited and interested families can call 858-481-2893 to add their names to the list.

The Nursery will be located on the secure campus of the Beth Am Preschool, 5050 Del Mar Heights Road, Carmel Valley.

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