The Jewish Federation announces Rebecca McDonald is the next director of Aleph Bet Children’s Center.
Ms. McDonald as a Bachelor’s of Science in Child Health and a Masters in Child Development. She is a certified professional life coach, working with teachers, administrators, parents and children in social-emotional learning skills. Rebecca is also a certified Professional Learning Communities facilitator as well as a Georgia court appointed special advocate for foster children. She is working towards a Child Mental Health Certification.
Ms. McDonald has worked in early childhood education for 28 years as a teacher, director, and most recently a state of Georgia consultant supporting teachers, directors, principals, parents and children in their schools and programs.
Aleph Bet Children's Center provides an educational, interactive and developmentally appropriate elementary prep program, enriched by Jewish traditions and values. It serves children ages two through Pre-K of all faiths, nationalities and cultures, and promotes a diverse learning environment. The center consistently receives a three star rating from the state of Tennessee. For more information about Aleph Bet Children’s Center, visit www.aleph-bet.com.
Aleph Bet Children’s Center is part of the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga, and offers programs — all rooted in Jewish values. For more information about the Jewish Federation and its offerings visit www.jewishchattanooga.com. Aleph Bet Children’s Center and the Jewish Cultural Center are at 5461 North Terrace. The Jewish Federation and its programs are open to everyone regardless of religious affiliation.