Hair Fair Beauty Salon 418 Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell, NJ07006 Hair Fair Beauty Salon is a family-run salon that offers traditional hair cutting, coloring and styling services. The…More environment is friendly and welcoming.
Firestone Complete Auto Care 1005 Bloomfield Ave, West Caldwell, NJ07006 Firestone Complete Auto Care was founded in 1926. Today, there are more than 1,500 Firestone locations throughout the…More country. Firestone Auto Care works for the environment by recycling 75 percent of the automotive waste used in its stores. Some of the most commonly requested services at Firestone are tire replacement, automotive checkups and engine repairs.
Kiddie Kampus 108 Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell, NJ07006 Kiddie Kampus' toddler and childcare program (from 12 months to 4 1/2 years) was established in 1989 and supports the…More children and their parents by providing quality care, a safe environment and intelligent, age appropriate curriculum. The staff are licensed and insured, and the facility is clean, with a buzzer entry, central air conditioning, two fenced in outdoor playgrounds and emergency exits in every room.
Trinity Academy is cosponsored by the parishes of St. Aloysius in Caldwell, Notre Dame in North Caldwell and Our Lady…More of the Blessed Sacrament in Roseland. The school's primary mission is to provide students with the means for growth in Christian principles and the pursuit of academic excellence.
The school provides an educational experience that respects the uniqueness of each child and encourages the development of the whole person, within a strong Christian environment. The entire school community—pastors, teachers, parents, staff and administration work in cooperation toward the spiritual, academic and social development of each child.
Spiritually, the school offers students the Catholic values that will enable them to make moral, intelligent and knowledgeable decisions. Academically, the school instills in students the knowledge, skills and desire for learning that will enable them to pursue excellence and become future leaders. Socially, the school strives to foster in students a sense of personal fulfillment and responsibility toward all people and the environment.
In its 52nd year, the nursery school serves more than 150 students from the West Essex area. The curriculum is…More tailored to meet the developmental needs of each age group. The school also offers Jewish holiday celebrations and parent education programs.
The overall goal of the early childhood program is to provide children with an ideal environment for optimal development. The program recognizes all aspects of a child's growth, including the development of social relationships and the capacity to get along with others. The school helps children build confidence and understand themselves.
The program tailors activities to address specific needs of each child. Physical, social, emotional and intellectual development is nurtured in a stimulating environment through programs designed to provide age-appropriate experiences and Jewish awareness.
Some children who attend the nursery school receive private or early intervention services such as speech, occupational and physical therapies. The director and teachers coordinate with outside doctors, therapists and teachers to strategize and implement tools that will help children achieve success and happiness in the classroom.
Founded in 1975, Essex Valley School is a private, nonprofit middle and high school for students classified with…More behavioral disorders.
The fundamental purpose of Essex Valley School is to provide a therapeutic and academic environment that is designed to nurture the emotional, intellectual, behavioral and social growth of each student so that he/she may become a contributing member of society.
For those students who wish to attend vocational or technical programs, Essex Valley School offers a half-day academic schedule. Vocational programs in culinary arts and cosmetology are being developed for implementation during this school year.
Small group learning activities, guidance services and a variety of special interest club programs all serve to encourage creative expression in an environment that is supportive and caring.
Training in interpersonal, decision-making and coping skills, with stress conflict resolution and tolerance, help students to resist pressures from peers and develop healthy lifestyles.
The curriculum in the middle school takes into consideration the student's need to develop his/her self-esteem and self-responsibility. A variety of teaching methods and a balanced curriculum of core subjects with an emphasis on depth and quality of understanding of the major concepts in each subject area, as well as the connections between them help to create a meaningful interdisciplinary curriculum where students can cultivate their intellectual curiosity.
Common planning time and flexible scheduling enable teachers to work and plan collaboratively. This organization provides an intellectually challenging program that helps students to recognize the complexity of knowledge and ideas while being supportive of their need for individual attention.
Field trips, museum visits, guest speakers and assembly programs add another dimension to students' learning experiences in the middle school. The library, which has been renovated and computerized, continues to serve as the hub of the middle school's learning environment. A network of computers in the library as well as three computer labs helps to facilitate each student's ability to access information quickly and effectively.
Each grade level is now also housed on one of the three floors in the building.
In addition to housing the district administrative offices, Harrison School is the home of the pre-kindergarten and…More preschool disabled programs and LLD-Harrison Classroom.
The Pre-K program is administered through the office of Continuing Education and is a tuition-based program. The Pre-School Disabled Program is administered through the Office of Special Education for students who are special education classified.
Designed to meet the educational development of the child, the primary belief of the program is that each child has specific and individual needs that will be addressed through a developmentally appropriate curriculum. These practices are based upon principles that serve to enhance the development of the whole child.
In the pre-K environment, the child's learning is guided through the use of hands-on activities both planned and spontaneous to actively engage them individually and with small-group instruction.