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 High Holidays  Childcare Registration

The HIR Youth Department offers a special childcare program on both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur for children ages 3 to 9. This unique opportunity is designed to provide a safe and welcoming setting for Bayit youth to enjoy the company of peers, while parents enjoy prayers. Our childcare features a supervised program that boasts:
  • Inclusive and interactive fun and learning
  • Low child-to-staff ratio, with highly trained staff and educators
  • Nutritious, child-friendly lunch, along with healthy snacks
Please Note: Though the deadline has passed, we are still accepting reservations. A $20 late registration fee per family applies. Click here to register
Rosh Hashanah Day 1          Monday, September 10     9:30am-1:15pm*
Rosh Hashanah Day 2           Tuesday, September 11         9:30am-1:15pm*
Yom Kippur Night                 Tuesday,  September 18        6:15pm-9:30pm
Yom Kippur                           Wednesday, September 19     10:00am-2:30pm*

*Click here to see a sample schedule. 
Please Note: To provide an appropriate staff: child ratio, ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
  • For registration after August 28th, there is a $20 late registration fee per family.
  • Ages 3+ only.

3 Years Old: $60 per child per session
Pre-K - Kindergarten: $40 per child per session
1st - 4th Grade: $35 per child per session

Child Safety at the Bayit

A playroom will also be available during all daytime High Holiday services.  Children in the playroom require parental supervision.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Richard Langer, or 718.796.4730 x104.
Thank you for your cooperation, and Shana Tova!

Our neighbors at the Atria have generously agreed to allow us access to their yard for free play during High Holiday services. Please check this box to give consent for your children to participate.  NOTE: Only children accompanied by designated HIR child care providers will be allowed to use the Atria yard.


Tue, December 11 2018 3 Tevet 5779