Jewish Nevada Preschool

 

Initiative 

What is the Jewish Nevada Right Start Program?

Right Start, the first program of its kind in Nevada, was created to increase awareness and access to Jewish early childhood programs for our community's families. Jewish Nevada Right Start provides a financial voucher as a one-time incentive for Jewish families enrolling their children in a Jewish infant, toddler, or preschool program for the first time.

Why Jewish Preschool?

A child's early years are the most formative. What a child experiences before age 5 becomes the foundation for thought patterns, value structures, and ways of viewing the world into adulthood. Jewish preshools partner with families to ensure each child's earliest years are filled with engaging play, exciting discoveries, loving teachers, laughter and friendship. Through the richness of traditions, rituals, and stories, Jewish preschools help families raise children who have a sense of wonderment and responsibility for the world around them. Jewish preschools aren't just about the children. Through each child's experience, the whole family is engaged. They are immersed in the richness and diverity of Jewish life. They are welcomed and supported. Celebrations are infused with new meaning, and the friendships created can grow throughout your child's lifetime.

JEWISH PRESCHOOLS BUILD COMMUNITY. WE WANT YOU TO BE PART OF OURS.

Applications for 2019 will open in January

Right Start Vouchers

$1,000

FULL - for a child who attends 2/3 days a week

$1,500

FULL - for a child who attends 4 days a week

$2,000

FULL - for a child who attends 5 days a week

Priceless

Opening doors to Jewish early childhood education

To be eligible your child must be:

  • Enrolled in a participating Jewish infant care, toddler care, or preschool for the first time. (see list below for participating early childhood centers).
  • Enrolled in a class where the child attends independently and meets 2 full days per week. The program may be a minimum for 4 half days or 2 full days.
  • A member of a family where at least one parent identifies as Jewish.
  • The child is the first in the family to attend a Jewish early childhood program.
  • Enrolling in a Jewish early childhood program for the first time.
  • Starting a program on or after August 1, 2019.
  • Special note: only one voucher per family may be redeemed.