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Save these Dates for Chanukkah Fun!

December 7: Our K-7 children will sing music they’ve prepared, to join in with guest artist Rick Recht!

6:00PM, A special, interactive musical experience for the Tot Shabbat & Shabbat b’Yachad (K-3) Communities!

7:30PM, A service featuring Rick Recht, with the musical participation of Grades 4-12.

December 9:

8:45-10:45AM

Our Early Childhood and K-3 Families (parents + children) will enjoy the Catskill Puppet Theater’s magnificent marionette presentation of “Sister Sun, Brother Rain,” followed by dreidel games, latkes and gelt! Please bring holiday donations (see below)

Our Grade 4 & 5 children will enjoy classroom Chanukah activities, latkes, dreidels and gelt! Please send them with holiday donations (see below)

11:00-1:00

Our Grade 6 & 7 pre-teens will enjoy classroom Chanukah activities, latkes, dreidels and gelt! Please send them with holiday donations (see below)

HOLIDAY DONATIONS:

Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges has requested these items in particular.

Thank you for your generosity!

Peanut butter, tuna, hearty soups, rice, beans (other groceries too)

Baby diapers, all sizes

Toys, all ages

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TEMPLE SINAI’S K-12 RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
…An inviting community dedicated to the Jewish education of our children.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Temple Sinai Religious School’s mission is to foster the enduring Jewish identity of our students by weaving Torah values into their modern lives, with an emphasis on family engagement and acts of kindness.
OUR GOALS
 To foster within our students a love and respect for Torah and lifelong Jewish learning
 To present Jewish values, culture, history and tradition as relevant to our 21st century lives
 To prepare students to participate in Hebrew prayer and ritual
 To develop a love of Israel and an understanding of her rich history from ancient to modern times
 To prepare students for Jewish life cycle events, including Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Confirmation and beyond
 To have students discover personal meaning from Jewish text by encouraging critical thinking
 To offer engaging learning, friendship and social opportunities from Kindergarten through 12th grade
 To provide a teen-relevant High School program that enriches our teens’ lives as Jewish Americans
 To encourage parents to participate with their child in meaningful and fun Jewish learning
 To strengthen our community by providing parents with opportunities to connect and engage

Sun, December 9 2018 1 Tevet 5779