Marlboro Jewish Center Preschool provides safe, secure, trustworthy education experience


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Now more than ever, Marlboro Jewish Center (MJC) Preschool is keenly aware of the need for safe, secure and trustworthy early childhood education.

Children ages 2-6 will have an opportunity for full-time in-person education in a loving and structured environment. All national, state and local health and safety guidelines will be followed to ensure the highest level of cleanliness and care.

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Our students will have an opportunity to engage in developmentally appropriate activities while learning and growing in a supportive environment. MJC Preschool meets each child where they are and provides a differentiated and meaningful experience. Each child will have an opportunity to be a part of a small class with two teachers. They will engage in morning meeting, whole group and small group experiences, work one-on-one with their teachers, develop problem-solving skills, hone in on their independence, make lifelong friends, and begin their educational journey with love.

MJC Preschool takes the safety and security of their students and staff seriously. The preschool has an armed security presence in the building along with other measures to provide a top-notch level of care no other Jewish preschool in the area can provide. Our highly experienced teachers and staff create an environment full of love and respect. Each child is viewed as a capable individual and our responsibility is to bring out their best!

Registration is open for children to join in the two-year-old program, three-year-old program, pre-K, Kindergarten, and outdoor Grown-Up & Me classes.

For more information or to schedule an individual tour, contact Rita Rashotsky, preschool director, at 732-536-2303 or

Marlboro Jewish Center is located at 103 School Road W., Marlboro.

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