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Reviews (2)

  • Review from the Spring 2023 Early Education Survey

    Review: The staff at JFTN/The League School is warm, friendly and caring. They are well equipped with dedicated rooms/teachers for Art, Art Therapy, Movement, Music and Literacy. There is an outdoor play area upstairs and on bad weather days they still get Movement class, even if they cannot go outside. There is a 3:12 teacher:student ratio. There is a school nurse on site. I feel good sending my kids here! Classrooms are inclusion classrooms, so there are typically-developing and non-typically developing children learning together. For ages 2.9–5 years As with any place there are some downsides: The walk there isn't very nice, by the NYCHA offices and other city services. Pickup and dropoff are chaotic--in addition to the children who are bussed in, the adult treatment center also has bussing and there is a lot going on. Often there will be a person in distress and that makes for an uneasy separation. Amenities: Has outdoor space, Has after-school options, Provides meals What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? Naptime is very late for a 3yr old: 2pm. Kids are always groggy at 2:55 pickup.
  • ISO: free/low-cost daycare

    This is a few years in the future, but if you land in one of the above neighborhoods, check out JFTN preschool at the League education and treatment center. They start at 2.7 years and cost $100/week for 5 days of preschool, 8am-4pm. It’s in fort green area. My eldest went there 2 years, and my 4 yo is there now. It’s primarily for kids with special needs but has several “inclusion classrooms” that mix kids with and without an IEP. The teachers are wonderful and all kids get movement, art therapy, music, ect. Can’t say enough good things about it.