We hope that you had a wonderful summer and that you are excited about the upcoming year.
We have planned and prepared a meaningful program for our students and their families again this year. The new school year begins just before Rosh Hashanah, and we are looking forward to reconnecting with one another, and enriching our faith. Our school continues to provide a fundamental Jewish education with supportive lessons and experiences that foster a positive Jewish identity among the youth. We take pride in strengthening our cultural bonds and rich heritage.
Rosh Hashanah is an opportunity to reflect on new personal goals and plans for the New Year. It is also an opportunity for us to commemorate special moments and events from our past. As you reflect and prepare for the High Holy Days, waiting to fill up on apples & honey, we hope you will plan to spend time here with us. Mark your calendars with any or all of the events in September - it's going to be a busy month!
I would like to wish you all Shana Tovah Umetuka, A Good and Sweet Year! May this year be full of success, love, health, wealth and joy. Looking forward to another wonderful year of learning, laughing, playing, studying, singing, praying, and building deep friendships.
Friday, Sep 6th at 6:13pm – First Shabbat Kulanu (Family Service) Sunday, Sep 8th at 9:30am – First day of Religious School and BBQ (K-6th) Tuesday, Sep 10th at 4:00pm – First day of Hebrew School (3rd & 4th) Wednesday, Sep 11th at 4:15pm– First day of 7th grade program and Hebrew Make-up room Thursday, Sep 12th at 4:00pm– First day of Hebrew School (5th & 6th) Monday, Sep 30th at 10:45am – Rosh Hashanah Youth Program (K-6th)