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Westchester Children's Museum
Job Opening
LBCC is looking for a new members of the team in the following positions:
Assistant Teachers
One-to-One Aides

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LBCC Wins Grant from Westchester Community Foundation!


The Westchester Community Foundation, a division of The New York Community Trust, has awarded millions of dollars in grants to support nonprofit organizations located throughout Westchester, the country, and the world. Since 1975, the WCF has been helping Westchester County make a difference.

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The Lois Bronz Children’s Center individualizes curriculum based on observation and in-depth assessment of each child. The curriculum s designed to address all areas of competency including: language, cognitive social/emotional and physical development. The heart of our educational program is the continuous growth and learning of each child. Our goal is to ensure that each childleaves the Lois Bronz Children’s Centerthe skillsto achieve and excelacademically, emotionally and socially in online slots with free casino bonus.

Literacy is an integral component of our curriculum and daily activities at the center. For the youngest children, we best protein cookies to buy and provide sensory stimulation and development of communication skills using “Baby Signs”, verbal interaction, how to do milkshake without blender, and reading aloud. In the pre-school classes, the children are introduced to letters and numbers, and encouraged to read, write and communicate verbally. We use various approaches to learning through the arts, books, music and dramatic play to stimulate each child’s receptive and expressive language.

Programs and Services

Full Day Program: For toddlers (beginning at 18 months old) and pre-schoolers from 8:00 am – 6:00 pm Monday – Friday

School Age Enrichment Program: Before and after-school, school closings, holidays & summer camp for children ages 6 to 12

Stepping Stones Program: NYS certified special education preschool for children with special needs

Nutritious Meals: Included are breakfast, hot lunch and two snacks

Health: Nurse on site; hearing and vision screening; health education

Arts and Music: Integrated into the curriculum for all children, enhanced by visiting artists through the Westchester Arts Council and the Music Conservatory of Westchester

Swimming, Tennis & Gymnastics: Rotating lessons and activities in partnership with the Theodore Young Community Center, United Tennis Association and White Plains YWCA

Trips: Educational, cultural and recreational

Transportation: Limited


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