Volume 56 | May 25, 2020
Today's News from Denise and Tammy

Dear Parents,

Happy Monday everyone! We hope you enjoyed your holiday weekend, and are ready to get back to learning. It is hard to believe that we are already in our final two weeks of the school year!

Please see below your class' specific time at our CAR PARADE END OF YEAR CELEBRATION on Wednesday, June 3rd. Please note that the Arieh and Gesher children will be the last three classes of the parade and will receive the official ribbon that they would have worn at our traditional Promotion ceremony, as well as their yearbook and certificates that they would have received at the ceremony.
Purple Gamal: 4-4:15
Orange Gamal: 4:10-4:25
Green Tzipor: 4:20-4:35
Pink Tzipor: 4:30 - 4:45
Teal Tzipor: 4:40 - 4:55
Green and Blue Nursery: 4:50-5:10
Silver Parpar: 5:05-5:20
Gold Parpar 5:15-5:30
Yellow Arieh: 5:25-5:40
Red Arieh: 5:35-5:50
Blue Arieh: 5:45-6:00

If you are planning to enroll your child in summer camp (first or second session, or both), the enrollment form will be emailed earl next week, please complete the form and return it with your deposit as soon as is possible as we need to staff the program accordingly.

Please keep safe and healthy and we look forward to being all together again soon!

Warm Regards,
Denise and Tammy
Nursery Notes
Morah BeLinda reads
"I Love You Through and Through"
Morah Danielle reads "Never Touch a Porcupine"
Parpar Points
Morah Lexi's color review & seahorse decorating
Morah Romy leads us in a fish math activity
Tzipor Teasers
Morah Diana reads
"I Love My Dinosaur"
Sing "Slippery Fish" with Morah Sudha
Morah Lexa's Tzipor fish tank
Gamal Goals
Morah Ale reads "Pirates Love Underpants"
Make your own Ten Commandments with
Morah Anne
Arieh/Gesher Activities

Arieh/Gesher Calendar Circle Time for 5/26 Calendar will be led by a different teacher each week)
Arieh/Gesher Tefillah Circle Time to be used daily (Tefillah will be led by a different teacher each week)
Red/Yellow Arieh number 10 lesson
Morah Becky reads
"Sadie and the Big Mountain"
Blue Arieh/Gesher number 9 lesson
PJ Library

Seven weeks after Passover ends, it’s time to celebrate  Shavuot . This holiday marks the biblical story of receiving the Ten Commandments and the Torah at Mt. Sinai. While many families don’t regularly celebrate Shavuot, it’s a holiday that’s totally made for kids –a perfect excuse for sleepovers, flower picking, ice cream socials, and lots of other fun activities.
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