In 2009, FIPP was awarded the National Outreach Award from Kids Included Together. Current support comes from the Opus Community Foundation.Type your paragraph here.
The Full Inclusion Preschool Program (FIPP) is the community collaboration between Temple Bat Yahm Preschool and Temple Beth El SOC Early Childhood Center that allows each school to work with families whose children have been diagnosed with varying learning disabilities.
These children are full included in the classroom with their typical peers, assuring them of the same quality education and opportunities for social interaction.
Temple Bat Yahm Preschool has earned its sixth accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children—the nation’s leading organization of early childhood professionals. “We’re proud to have earned the high mark of quality from NAEYC, and to be recognized for our commitment to reaching the highest professional standards,” said Karen Albert, Director of Early Childhood Education.
“NAEYC Accreditation lets families in our community know that children in our program are getting the best care and early learning experiences possible.”
The Preschool has been accredited since 1990. Fewer than 8% of early childhood programs in the nation are NAEYC Accredited—a statistic that holds true for Orange County as well.
In the 25 years since NAEYC Accreditation was established, it has become a widely recognized sign of high-quality early childhood education. Having earned this certification is a sign that Temple Bat Yahm Preschool is a leader in a national effort to invest in high-quality early childhood education