Ethics for Children FAQ

Below you will find some basic information that will help you make the most of your experience with us.

What time should I arrive?
Most children arrive around 10:45 so they have time to play and get oriented before the program starts at 11. After being signed in by a parent, children are welcome to join in supervised play.

When and where is the pickup?
Children will either be in the PolyPrep playground or the BSEC meeting hall at 12:30 pm. You must
be on-site at BSEC to pick up your child at 12:30. Please be sure to check with the teacher before you leave.

Can parents participate in the classroom?
Of course! Parents are always welcome to join us.

Can parents attend the free adult platforms while the kids are in class?
Absolutely! Our platforms are open to all, so feel free to attend and bring friends. And EfC parents are considered active participants of the society, so look for your name tags starting in October. They will be waiting for you at the welcome table at the platforms if you chose to attend.

Can my child bring friends?
Yes. Anyone is welcome to try the program before registering.

What should I do if my child has to miss a class?
If you are unable to attend a particular week, we request that you email your child’s teacher to let them know your child will not be in attendance so that they can plan effectively.

How do I get more involved as a parent?
Come to our Ethical Education meetings! Teachers and parents meet one Sunday a month from 1-2 pm in the BSEC office. Check out our calendar or ask one of our teachers.

Who should I contact if I have questions, concerns or suggestions?
We strive to make the program work for every child. Please feel free to reach out to our director, Taty Sena at any time: efc@bsec.org.

Trial class for Ethics for Children

Dear parents

We would love to have your children try out our Ethics for Children class.  All our classes are Sundays from 11am to 12:30.
We currently have 3 classes:
Exploring Ethics (ages 3-6) – parents are welcome to drop off the kids or stay in the class with them
Growing Ethics (ages 7-9)
and
Living Ethics (ages 10-12)

If you have teens interested in our program, please contact us about our Coming of Age program.

To learn more about each class, please click here.  

To see our calendar for this year, please click here

Free adult talks are also available at the Society at the same time as the children classes, and EFC parents are welcome to attend them if they are interested.
Please complete the form below to sign up for one of our trial classes:

Donations for Ethics for Children

This form can be used for donations for Ethics for Children or for payment for pre-arranged class fees.
Thank you for contributing to our program!