• April 30, 10 a.m., Main Atrium: Jewish Federation's Super Sunday, the federation's largest annual phone-a-thon. Volunteer HERE
  • May 1, 7:30 p.m., Gym: Israeli Memorial Day & Independence Day program by grades 4th-8th. Appropriate for ages 10 and up. 
  • May 7, Noon-4 p.m., JCC: Israeli Independence Day Celebration. Visit the Akiba booth!
  • May 18: Arts & Music Evening is an opportunity for Nitzamim - 8th grade to dazzle us with musical performances and their original art work. 5 p.m. - dinner. 6 p.m. - program. 
  • Ongoing: Team sports schedules are HERE.
  • Thursdays, 8:30 a.m., Boardroom: Rabbi Rackovsky's Pathways in the Parsha.
You don't want to miss our 4th-8th grade program Monday evening. This year's dancing and torch lighting ceremony will be breathtaking. 

Celebrate your commitment to Israel with a sponsorship of this program. Levels start at $54, but all gifts are appreciated. Call or email Lisa Kramer Morgan for more info.: 214-295-3400.
This Friday, Nitzanim families are invited to attend the Early Childhood Shabbat hosted by Naomi & Shoshi's class. Please meet your child in Hanna's Room at 9 a.m. Shabbat concludes at 9:30 a.m. Afterward, parents are invited to join children for challah and grape juice in class.
Hospitality for moms and dads will be held in the Early Childhood Program's atrium from 8:30-9 a.m.

Need an easy way to make a positive impact at our school? Consider serving as one of next year's PTO co-presidents. We will set you up with everything you need, including S ign Up Genius, project descriptions, vendor contacts and budget info. To learn more, chat with Erica Morenoff, current president, by email or at 214-295-3400. 
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