7 Cheshvan 5778 / October 26, 2017 Parshas Lech Lecha
The Bais Yaakov Memorial Classrooms Campaign
ROSH CHODESH MAR CHESHVAN
Rosh Chodesh Mar Cheshvan began with a beautiful Hallel gathering of the entire Upper Elementary Division. Rabbi Stein explained to the girls that singing their tefilos together builds kedusha in the world and has a power to bring about many yeshuos. The girls' singing was uplifting to all who participated. Following the Hallel, Malka Bernstein, of Morah Herskovitz's class 5A shared a fabulous d'varTorah contrasting how we find many things that might taste bitter but in fact if you look at them positively they are actually good! The assembly ended with a delicious treat from our PTA.
FOURTH GRADE ROSH CHODESH
The 4th Grade continued their Rosh Chodesh celebration by initiating a new special program. Each month another class will be highlighting a special aspect of the month through a performance or project that they share with the grade. This month, Morah Neumann's 4th Grade girls put on a song and skit about the treasures found in the rain we daven for in the month on Mar Cheshvan. The girls each made a treasure box magnet and decorated it with precious gems.
SCHOOL WIDE PROGRAM KICKOFF
This year's Elementary Schoolwide Program began this week! Our 3rd Grade
Morah Neuberger led the way preparing a unifying program for the entire Elementary school around the theme of
Ashreinu! How fortunate we are to be
Yidden with a connection to
Hashem and His Torah. There are many great lessons the girls will be learning to solidify these concepts in our every day life here at Bais Yaakov Elementary School and we will have enjoyable stories, plays, and incentive programs to reinforce this wonderful message of how fortunate we are as children of
Morah Debbie Weintraub, a master artist and Bais Yaakov Pre-school Morah, guided our 5th Grade students on creating gorgeous works of art to decorate the girls' Sukkos. These projects, along with the other Sukkos projects in the school were generously sponsored by our PTA. We are so grateful for the ongoing support of our PTA and their help with so many programs Bais Yaakov runs.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Monday, November 6th 7:30-9:00 at the Beth T'filoh School Auditorium.
There will be an important community wide parent presentation on the topic of Child Safety, through our partners at SafetyKid. Mrs. Judy Fox will be speaking on this vital topic and we highly recommend parents to attend and learn about how we can best protect our children. Please register early to reserve your space.
Click here for the registration link. If you do not have internet access, please contact the school office to register.
BUILDING UPDATE: SMITH AVENUE CAMPUS EXPANSION
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As we have reached over $6.7 million toward our $10 million goal, Baruch HaShem, construction is already well underway and the Middle School expansion is moving along smoothly. Please visit our Capital Campaign web page for exciting photos and videos of our progress.
THIS SUNDAY: October 29th -
PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
We are proud to announce our Open House for the upcoming school year's Preschool Registration. This is our opportunity to showcase the school to returning and prospective new parents who are looking for a vibrant, growth-oriented institution with whom to partner in their daughter's
We extend a warm welcome to each and every one of you to visit the Park Heights rustic campus for a beautiful afternoon to learn more about Bais Yaakov's Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Kindergarten programs. Join us for a journey down the hallowed corridors of our building for a multi-sensory experience of "All Around The Community." We are confident you'll enjoy seeing our creative, talented and caringMoros in action as they greet and interact with your precious kinderlach.