Welcome Back to School!
We hope you had a nice Passover break and were able to enjoy special moments with your loved ones.
Accessing the Distance Learning Platform
Our distance learning page can be found in the parent portal under the COVID-19 page.

Parent Portal

Parents, please bookmark this page.  For security reasons, we are not including the password on the website. You will have to refer to previous emails for the password and save the password on your devices.

Lower School Parents : Thank you so much for taking the time to learn this new system to support our children. Every day will get easier as we learn together. Please remember to check the daily schedules for which materials to bring and what to prepare to class. And please make sure to show up on time. Thank you!
Join us for these upcoming events on Friday!
Friday, April 24
10:00 AM EST

In honor of Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), Senesh 7th and 8th grade classes, parents, alumni, and grandparents are invited to hear from Sami Steigman, a survivor of a Nazi labor camp who later served in the Israeli army .
Friday, April 24
2:00 PM EST

Join the Senesh community for our weekly Kabbalat Shabbat.

Please be sure to  download and/or print this PDF  of songs and blessings we will sing.

If you are interested in having your family participate by doing a blessing over candles, wine, or challah, please email Nicole . We'd love to hear your voices!
Senesh Small Business Directory
The Senesh community is filled with talented entrepreneurs and small business owners who are taking a hard hit in these difficult times. The Senesh Parent Association is building a directory of their businesses, so that we can support them. If you are a small business owner or entrepreneur, please provide details of your business here . Parents should feel free to include their family members' businesses as well. We are all in this together! The directory will be posted on the Senesh website soon. Stay tuned for more details.
Senesh in Action
We continue to recognize, support, and cheer on first responders and frontline workers inside and outside the Senesh Community. We hope you will participate, too. Visit our Senesh in Action to discover ways you can help.
Book Club: New Date!
When: May 17th from 10am-12pm

This is a special opportunity to voyage to new and perhaps unfamiliar lands as we read and discuss books by a diverse group of writers. The first book is  The Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother  by James McBride. This memoir weaves together McBride’s autobiography, recollections of his mother, and a reconstruction of her life as an Orthodox Jewish woman in interracial relationships in the southern United States and Harlem in the first half of the 20th century.  We will discuss this book on Sunday, May 17th at 10am.  

Interested in joining the Book Club? 
Email Senesh parent Martha Nadell   at mnadell@gmail.com for more information and to RSVP.