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236 Kane Street / Brooklyn, NY 11231 / 718 875-1550

Preschool

Kane Street Synagogue Early Childhood and Family Life Center

Kane Street Kids

Kane Street Kids is holding a
Virtual Open House
on Thursday November 5, at 8:00pm.
Please register here!

In September 2005, Kane Street Synagogue opened the first Conservative Jewish pre-school serving the Downtown Brooklyn area. Kane Street Kids is licensed by the Department of Health & Mental Hygiene and provides students ages two to five with the very highest quality Jewish pre-school education.

Our goal at Kane Street Kids is to promote the intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual growth of children within a comfortable, progressive Jewish environment. We warmly welcome families of all religions and religious approaches, as long as they are open to the practice of Jewish customs and traditions in the classroom.

Daily classroom schedules reflect a balance between structure and independent choice. Our experienced, master teachers establish familiar routines that include many opportunities for each child to learn and explore individually, in small groups and as a class.

To further enrich our program, specialists in music, sports, movement, literature and drama visit the school each week.

Comments from Current KSK Parents

“My daughter has flourished at KSK; her amazing teachers have done such an amazing job of incorporating Jewish values and principles of caring for the world—and each other—in a fun and exciting way. We love KSK!”

“Kane Street Kids is a wonderful, warm and nurturing environment to watch a child grow.”

“It’s a warm and loving community that we are lucky to be part of!”

To learn more, contact Preschool Director, Rivka Seeman by email or at 718-875-1550 x4.2016Jan_ES_KSK_Misc-43


Days and Hours

We offer a 2-day (Tuesday/Thursday), 3-day (Monday/Wednesday/Friday) or 5-day morning session for our two-year-old students and a 5-day session until 12:00 or 2:00 pm for our three-year-old students.

Our four-year-old students attend Kane Street Kids from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm five days a week.

While currently suspended due to Covid-19, we also offer an early drop off from 8:00 am and an afternoon enrichment program until 4:00 pm Monday – Thursday and until 2:00 pm on Fridays. Enrichment offerings have included Hebrew, Spanish, Art & Artists, Yoga and more…

Download the 2020-2021 Calendar

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School dismisses at 2:00pm on Fridays throughout the school year. The preschool is not open on Jewish holidays.


To Apply

Click here to apply for the 2021-22 and 2022-2023 school years. Please contact the director, Rivka Seeman, if you are seeking space for the current year. We have limited spaces available in our twos program currently and spaces do occasionally open up mid-year in other classrooms. We are delighted to schedule time for prospective Kane Street Kids parents to learn about the school with the director, Rivka Seeman, and to add you to our mailing list so we can invite you to any virtual admissions events that may take place throughout the year.

Per the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, children must turn two-years-old prior to September 30 of any given year, in order to attend Kane Street Kids for the full academic year. Limited spaces may be available for a mid-semester start for children who turn two through December 31st.


About our Director

Learn more about our Preschool Director.


Kane Street Kids Committee

The Kane Street Kids Committee is comprised of members of Kane Street Synagogue. Our committee includes current parents of Kane Street Kids students, parents of Kane Street Kids alumni, and other volunteers. They work towards the continued growth, enrichment and enhancement of our educational program. For more information, contact the committee co-chairs at [email protected].

Kane Street Kids Committee for the Academic Year 2020-21

Shira Berger, Co-Chair
Marcy Rubenstein, Co-Chair
Jeremy Kaplan
Penny Owen
Jessica Schoengold
Mary Pender-Coplan
Lisa Kulak
Jordan Genee
Amy Honigman

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