Proceeds will go to JNF to plant trees in Israel in honor of Tu B’Shvat. Sponsored by the Environmental Club and CIA.
Shabbat Spirit Day
The Lower School will be having Shabbat Spirit Day Friday, January 18th . Please have your child dress up in Shabbat clothing (Shul clothes) instead of a uniform. If you have PE, please bring sneakers.
Kid Cong (Junior Congregation) is a highly participatory service for children in Grades 1-4 and Hebrew School classes Mechina-Daled that is led by the charismatic Mr. Brian Singer.Don’t complain like the Jews did in the dessert, as there are always enough snacks to eat in Kid Cong! Join Mr. Singer for delicious new treats, davening, and nature based games; followed by an activity with Yonatan. Conclude with a delicious Tu B'Shvat kiddush and a trip to the Bema with your Kid Cong friends.
PreSchool Service, “Cookie Minyan,” brings together parents and our youngest congregants, INFANT through age 3 on Shabbat & Holidays.
Shabbat morning is the best part of the week for our children from birth to age 3! Play first with our wonderful teen babysitters. Morah Temi leads her Cookie Minyan friends and their parents with a colorful parachute, pom poms, singing, prayers and stories. Everyone is invited to sing Adon Olam and get a treat from the Rabbi.Enjoy a delicious Tu B'Shvat kiddush with your friends.
Shabbat Morning Program for age 4 through Kindergarten.
Our 4 year olds and kindergarten kids look forward to being dropped off at their special service. Teen babysitters lead games and activities before Morah Becky starts her fun service. Each week, a new puppet friend leads our prayers and teaches us about the Torah story of the week. Enjoy a delicious Tu B'Shvat kiddush with your friends. Everyone is invited to sing Adon Olam and get a treat from the Rabbi.
On Thursday, January 24th at 7:00PM in the Zimmerman multi-purpose room we will host a parent program for parents of children in our K-3rd grade. Our goal for our parent night is to raise awareness and empower parents by sharing with you the language and safety guidelines we will be teaching the children.