Friday, May 15, 2015

As the Religious School Year Comes to a Close

From the pages of Kadima, the Newsletter of Congregation Adas Emuno:

Cantor Sandy Horowitz

Religious School Director


As you read this, the Religious School year is drawing to a close—our last day is May 17th. What a year it’s been! Although our numbers are small, our school is thriving, thanks to our wonderful team of teachers, our high school madrichim, all the parents who contributed in so many ways, and the Education Committee, who provide ongoing leadership and assistance. Most of all, of course, it is our students who have brought their curiosity and enthusiasm week after week, and who inspire us all. It does indeed take a village.

To keep our village growing, we need your help. Do you know families who might be interested in a dynamic and inclusive Jewish learning experience for their pre-school and school-age children? Tell them about our school, including our Tot Mitzvah program! Or, feel free to speak to me or to one of the members of our Education Committee and we will be glad to reach out to them.

In the meantime, our final school-related service of this year will be the Confirmation service on Friday evening May 24 at 7:30. Come support our oldest students as they help lead services and read from the Torah. We look forward to seeing you there.

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