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First 2018 2nd grade JS Blog!

Shalom! It is great to be back in full swing after a long, refreshing winter break! After ending the semester with an incredibly rich unit on the history, customs, and message of Chanukkah, we began the second half of the year with great excitement, as we start to plan for our Kabbalat Shabbat ceremony in March. We are trying to make special shabbat arrangements and so the date is still...

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January 1st grade blog post

Shalom! It is great to be back in full swing after a long, refreshing winter break! After ending the semester with an incredibly rich unit on the history, customs, and message of Chanukkah, we began the second half of the year with great excitement, preparing for our Siddur ceremony next month. Over the past year and a half, your child has been learning about the technical aspects as well as the...

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K-Hebrew in 2018

Shalom! It is so good to be back in school and learning with our wonderful Kindergarteners. It is amazing to see that students who were completely new to Hebrew at the beginning of the year are now understanding directions, using Hebrew words and phrases, as well as recognizing and writing Hebrew letters and words! Our last Blog left off at the letter HEY. For HEY we learned the word HAYOM, today...

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First 2018 Kinder JS Blog!

Shalom! I am so excited to tell you all about what we have been learning in JS class, I just don’t know where to start…! We have been plugging away at the book of Bereshit, Genesis, in our Parsha study. We met Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaakov -our forefathers! As well, as Sarah, Rivkah, Rachel and Leah- our fore mothers. We learned about their lives and character traits which we try to...

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Kinder JS

Shalom, again! Our Heritage is so rich and our Kindergartners are getting to taste from it all! Tefilah-prayer. The weekly Torah Portion-“parasha.” Shabbat. Holidays. Customs. Mitzvot. And even philosophy! We are very busy! Your children were ecstatic to start learning the weekly Parsha! Simchat Torah marked the completion and renewal of the weekly Torah portion cycle and was the...

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