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BETH SHALOM LIFE LONG LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Weekly News and Updates

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHOOL WILL RESUME THIS SUNDAY, APRIL 11TH

 

 

 

 

For All Families

  • The Sisterhood monthly food drive for the JF&CS Kosher Food Pantry is collecting cans of tuna/salmon and jars of mayonnaise in April. All food must be delivered to the synagogue and placed in the food barrel by Sunday, April 18th. GRS students can bring this Sunday and place in the barrel in the upstairs hallway.
  • The next Tot Shabbat/Youth Service day is Saturday, April 17th. Meet up with other families at the entrance to the playground at 11:00 am. Tot Shabbat parents must stay with your child(ren). Parents of older children must stay on premises but our welcome to join services in the sanctuary if you register in advance. ORDER A KIDDUSH LUNCH FROM SISTERHOOD TO PICK UP THAT MORNING AND HANG OUT WITH FRIENDS TO EAT.

  • Join us for Lag B'Omer on Friday, April 30th. Enjoy outdoor games (GaGa, Basketball, Hula Hoop, Corn Hall, Darts, etc) from 5:30 to 6:30. Outdoor Shabbat Services will start at 6:30 followed by a fried chicken boxed dinner hosted by the Men's Club. Click HERE to reserve your dinner.

Gilner School News

  • School resumes this week in person, April 11th at 9:30.
  • There is Teen Scene this week from 12:10 to 1:10

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  • Calendar Notes:

  • There is no school on Mother's Day, May 9th.

  • Last day of Gilner Religious School for 20-21 is Sunday, May 16th. In honor of the last day of school and Erev Shavout classes will be let out at 11:45 and all students will be able to choose a free ice cream bar from a visiting Ice Cream Truck. Parents can purchase items if they choose.

 

Youth Department Updates

  • Garden Time - Join Kadima and USY on April 18th from 2 p.m. to 3:30 pm for a fun day of planting and helping the synagogue and beautifying the world! Materials will be provided, but if you own your own gardening gloves, please bring with you. Please RSVP by April 16th at: https://www.bethshalom.net/event/kusy-planting-in-the-garden.html
  • Youth Programs are open to any Jewish students in 3rd - 12th grades. To join any of the Beth Shalom Youth Groups or for more information, please contact the Youth Director at kusyyd@gmail.com

 

Alefbet Preschool

  • Alefbet Preschool 2020-21 Fall Registration is now open! A year focused on building cognitive skills, social-emotional skill, friendships, fine/gross motor skills and language skills. Contact Risa Walter, Director, at Risa@bshalom.net for a virtual tour!
  • CAMP ALEFBET 2021 starts June 1! 9 weeks of summer fun designed specifically for Babies – Pre-K age children! Small groups, excellent teacher/child ratios and flexible schedules/times. Check it out on our website Alefbetpreschool.com.

 

The Small Print:

  • The Reopening Task Force meets regularly to reassess the current COVID 19 trends in our community. All programming in our school and in the synagogue is guided by the recommendations of the doctors, lawyers and lay people on this committee. We know that there is a rise in virus levels. If at any time we feel it is necessary to alter our methods of instruction we will let you know. In the meantime, we continue to wear masks at all times, socially distance in the classrooms, and use sanitizer frequently. We are enjoying seeing the smiling faces of the children that are joining us on Sunday morning both in person and virtually.

 

Shabbat Shalom,

Linda Zimmerman

Director of Lifelong Learning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sat, April 10 2021 28 Nisan 5781