Use this link today at 9 am for our 9:00 Morning with Morah Mindy 
Meeting ID: 758 789 053     Please use the password previously shared.

Today is our last page...the letter Z!

 Remember to bind all your pages in a notebook 3 hold punch, or gather with a folder or rings for a souvenir of our time together.

Tikkun Olam- our Jewish values help us remember to rebuild or fix the world. Let's spend some time this summer helping by making a mitzvah or two.

Do not litter:  Have our child bury some potato peels, a tuna can, a bottle, a plastic bag, other vegetable scraps or fruit skins in the yard and put a labeled popsicle stick
                       by each item buried.  In a fe weeks see what happened to them.  Talk about the big word:  biodegradable, along with recycling and littering.

Feeding the Hungry: Remember the story of Ruth which we talked about during Shavuot. It's hard for our children to believe that there are people who in today's world are still hungry.
                                  Visit the Food pantry to donate canned goods or ask for their wish list and order and send  needed items like rice and beans through Amazon

Caring for the elderly: get the birthdays of senior members of Bet Torah and have your child make and mail a birthday card.  Or get names from a nursing home nearby and ask if you can
                                     send pictures, letters or cards to the residents. My mother's former roommate at United Hebrew loves to get pictures of my granddaughter. It brightens her day.

A Story can lead to a mitzvah:  from your children's favorite storybooks, share and identify a mitzvah illustrated in the book. 


This is our last day of Zoom classes for Bet Torah Nursery School. Todah  Rabah for spending the morning with me and sharing the fun each day.
It was a treat for me to see you all each day. We're looking forward to welcoming you to school tomorrow for our Moving Up Day and Graduation Celebrations.

Moving Up Day for Kitah Katan and 2s and 3s and Graduation for our 4s will take place on Friday 

Kitah Katan & Twos drive by at 9am      
3s Drive by at 10am            
4s drive by Graduation at 11 am

Twos and Threes will enter the Smith Avenue parking lot and drive around to the building entrance where masked and gloved staff will put your child's bag, including a  yearbook, challah, a certificate, a gift from our school and other items like his/her kippah, extra clothing, and photos and work in  your popped trunk. Please wave to us in the parking lot from your car.

At 11:00 fours families will enter the Smith Avenue lot and drive to the front of the building where your 4s graduate (only) can get out of the car and stand on the sidewalk for a photo. On the upper steps our balloons, school sign, Rabbi Brusso and your child's teachers will be 6 feet apart for a photo.  Families will remain in the car, but your child may stand on the sidewalk. A Driver/photographer may exit on the driver side to take a photo.

This Friday evening join me for Shabbat Shazoom at 5:30 pm

Shabbat Sha-Zooom with Morah Mindy
Time:5:30 pm

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Meeting ID: 765 712 5780
Password: previously shared

This Saturday, June 6 join Morah Diana for our last Gan Shabbat  of the year f rom 10:30 - 11 am.  You are invited to bring your pet or favorite stuffed animal to Gan Shabbat!     

Topic: Gan Shabbat with Morah Diana Binger
Time: Jun 6, 2020 10:30 AM 
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Meeting ID: 835 242 8498
Password: previously shared


Camp Keshet Zoom begins Mon. June 8 through Friday July 3 for those who signed up.
Camp information will go out every Sunday evening to camper families for the week.

4s Class Gift: as previously shared, we are not collecting for our end of year 4s class gift to the school. Your children have been our gifts and you were generous to share them with us.  Some families have inquired about buying something for the school. Should you wish to purchase something, here is a wish list for the fall:  excelerations walking line spacing ribbons $43

Twinkle Twinkle Cohavim.  (you have been our cohavim)  Shining in the shamayim. 
When I say the shma each night, every thing will be all right.
When I say the shma each day, (remember....)  EVERYTHING WILL BE OK

B'ahava, (with love, always)
Morah Mindy    

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