On Sunday, 3/26, the Men’s Club traveled to Santa Monica Airport to visit the Museum of Flight. Our group was warmly welcomed and Linda, our docent, was a very outgoing and knowledgeable person to say the least.more»
What can be more fun than getting together with friends and enjoying wine and sweets, all while painting a beautiful masterpiece to hang in your home? A lively group had a blast while we ate, drank and painted up a storm at our Paint and Wine evening. If you couldn't make it this time, we hope you will be able to join us for exciting events in the future.more»
Valley Jewish Community Center (VJCC) announced today that Jerry Wayne, Executive Director of VJCC, has been asked to speak at a Congressional Briefing on the National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) on September 21st in Washington, D.C. This briefing is sponsored by Solera Health, a National DPP integrator that connects patients, payers, and physicians with a new class of non-clinical healthcare providers who are preventing and managing chronic disease. Congressman Tom Reed (R-NY) will provide introductions and comments.more»
Today’s Montessori @ Valley Jewish Community Center
Woodland Hills, CA
January 1, 2017
Valley Jewish Community Center (VJCC) proudly announces that we have acquired Today’s Montessori, a “5-star” rated preschool, conveniently located in West Hills.
“We are delighted to have the entire Today’s Montessori staff, including outgoing owner Chereen Peretti, continue under the auspices of VJCC. Our goal is to provide the best preschool experience throughout the entire San Fernando Valley,” said Jerry Wayne, VJCC Executive Director.
Ms. Peretti commented, "The merging of VJCC and Today's Montessori will ensure the continued culture and tradition that have made our school unique and wonderful. I look forward to blending our two organizations into one. It is with excitement, enthusiasm and joy that I continue my work at the school.”
Today’s Montessori at VJCC will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2017. We will be honoring the school for its dedication and commitment to providing a robust education and wonderful experience for 2-5 year old children at the VJCC 3rd Annual Casino Night at Braemar Country Club on May 27th.
For more information, contact Valley Jewish Community Center at 818-360-2211 or online at www.valleyjcc.org. The Center is located at 20350 Ventura Blvd, Suite 100, Woodland Hills, CA 91364.