Your Parenting Journey Begins Here

Wise Parenting Center classes meet once or twice weekly and feature learning, music, play, guest speakers, and camaraderie for parents and children from three months to two years of age. At the Wise Parenting Center, parents will learn valuable parenting skills, children and parents will develop first and lifelong friendships, and all families will benefit from establishing Jewish roots in our Wise community. Additionally, we proudly host a roster of guest experts in child psychology and early childhood education to offer insight into the experience of being a parent.”

If you are a new family to our temple or school, you will need to create an account before you can register for classes.

Fall 2020 Schedule
Fall 2020 Registration Form
Create a Wise account – for new families only

Infant and Me

Our Infant and Me class is led by Nicole Mevorakh L.M.F.T. The class is discussion based with engaging activities for infants. Due to our States’ social distancing guidelines, these classes will have a maximum of six families, one parent per infant and each pair will be at least six feet apart and remain in their designated space for the duration of our 45 minutes together. We plan to hold class in our Parenting Center’s outdoor yard with individual toys. Each family will bring a blanket from home for the baby to lay on. Both parent and infant will have their temperature checked before entry and all adults will be required to wear a mask while on campus.

The First 36 Project

“Our school is participating in The First 36 Project, a ground-breaking program developed by the Simms/Mann Institute, BJE (Builders of Jewish Education), and The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. The First 36 Project provides Parent & Me facilitators with an exclusive professional development opportunity. It offers access to the latest child development theories combined with cutting-edge neuroscience research relating to children ages 0-3 and strategies to help parents promote healthy connections and resilience with their children.”