Join us for our annual Purim Shpiel and Carnival! This event is open to all ages.
There will be food, music, and games. Make sure to come dressed in your favorite costume! We will also be having a food drive for ICA food shelf.
ICA is looking for:
Kar-Ben, represented by teacher and congregant Geri Goldman, will be coming to Bet Shalom for a book fair. A percentage of proceeds will go to our religious school. Come support our students!
On Friday, December 13, we invite all Bet Shalom member families with students in grades 8-12 to come together for Kabbalat Panim (A brief reception before services at 5:30 pm) and then services at 6:00 pm. After services the students will join together for dinner in the lower level Auditorium while the parents eat Shabbat dinner together in the Social Hall.
We see this as an opportunity to deepen your connections, and in some cases reconnect, with other religious school parents now that your children have entered a new stage in their education and involvement at the synagogue. It will also be wonderful for the teens to come together in a different way on Shabbat.
Please let us know you are coming by December 2 – to help us with planning, click here to sign up and click here to make a suggested donation of $36 to help offset the cost of the dinner. We are looking forward to celebrating Shabbat together in a few weeks!
All Religious School parents are strongly encouraged to come to Bet Shalom’s first day back assembly, welcoming families to a new year of religous school!
Come join us as we celebrate the end of the school year with:
- –An all-school assembly
- –Teacher appreciation
- –B’nai Mitzvah Fair: See the different projects our seventh grade students have been working on, centered around justice and giving back to our community.
- –A visit from The Sandwich Man: Help us fulfill the Jewish value of Ha’achalat Re’evim, feeding the hungry. To learn more CLICK HERE.
- –Gaga outside (weather permitting)
- –Ice cream/popsicles!
With your attendance, we invite you to bring one of the following items: (Each student in grades preschool through seventh have been told what they are required to bring.)
- -1 loaf of bread
- -1 package of deli sliced turkey
- -24 non-perishable high protein snacks (like granola bars, fruit bars, protein bars, jerky, etc.)
We look forward to highlighting our students work, as well as celebrating an amazing school year with our community!