“Coffee with Carol” A Discussion About Separation as We All Head Back to School

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Date(s) - 10/17/2012
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Wilshire Boulevard Temple

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Join us at 6:00pm at Wilshire Boulevard Temple on Wilshire Boulevard just East of the Miracle Mile as Carol Bovill, Director of Wilshire Boulevard Temple’s Early Childhood Centers brings her much loved Coffee with Carol program to you…at night.  Carol will be speaking about “Separation: How To Be Okay With Your Child Being Okay Without You.”

Did you know that…

  • Coffee with Carol is always open to the community, you do not have to be a Temple member to attend
  • Wilshire Boulevard Temple offers Parent & Me and other programs through their Parenting Center
  • Wilshire Boulevard Temple houses both a Nursery School and an Elementary School, both highly accredited
  • You can find out about all these great resources for Jewish families on their website at www.wbtla.org

Come early (say 5:30ish) for a tour of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple Parenting Center and Nursery School, and shop the Book Fair featuring books for children of all ages and a really great section of Jewish books. The Book Fair offers top titles and unique finds, even for the grown ups. The Book Fair will be open just for event attendees!!

Carol Bovill, Director of Wilshire Boulevard Temple’s Early Childhood Centers, has been a leading professional in Early Childhood Education since 1980. Carol holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education and a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from California State University, Northridge.

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