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Providing premium after school program and camp style 
Jewish education
2, 3, 4 or 5 days a week from 2:30pm-6:00pm to preschoolers through 7th graders.


 

Housed at the beautiful Temple B'nai Abraham in Livingston, New Jersey

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JPlay After School is the first choice for families seeking premium after school programs and camp style Jewish education.

Transportation
Homework
Jewish Learing

Why JPlay After School?

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Full Service

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The JPlay After School van will pick your children up (from select schools) and bring them to our campus. If your child attends a school we do not pick up from, we can help create carpools to facilitate your child's safe arrival.

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Homework Completion

JPlay After School employs trained educators to actively support your children as they complete their homework each day. No more stress at home!

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Camp Style Jewish Learning

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Taking full advantage of our beautiful B'nai Abraham facility and drawing inspiration from Jewish camps, JPlay After School brings Jewish learning to life every day of the week. No more after school blues!

JPlay After School is here to support

Serving Students

JPlay After School serves our students by providing a joyful Jewish home away from home that nurtures each child’s social, emotional, and spiritual growth.

Serving teachers

JPlay After School serves teachers by providing a laboratory in which they can experiment with new and creative ways to inspire and teach children and families.

Serving Families

JPlay After School serves our families by offering impactful and joyful Jewish experiences for children while meeting the essential needs of parents.

Serving Temple Sinai

JPlay After School serves Temple B'nai Abraham by providing points of connection to our community and by demonstrating how families can engage with Jewish community in diverse ways.

Serving our community

JPlay After School serves our community by offering a model of what dynamic Jewish learning can be in a supplementary setting.

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