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Shabbat Candle Lighting Times Parshat  Emor
 
Shabbat Candle Lighting
Friday, April 30
7:31 PM
Shabbat Ends
Shabbat, May 1 
8:35 PM
Happy Birthday! Davener of the Day

Mazal Tov to those celebrating their birthday in the current Hebrew month of Iyar!
Emma Grabelsky, Bella Halal, Aaron Shcherbelis, Brady Slovin, Brooklynn Ganz Noulis and Gavin Raimo. 

Good job to our Davener of the Day this week!

  • Aiden Werner
  • Emma Ziegler
Week in Review - Sunday, April 25

Dear Parents,

This week in Hebrew School we learned all about the upcoming Holiday of Lag B'Omer and the power of each individual! At In-Person Hebrew School, we had an amazing talent show where each student had the opportunity to show off their unique G-D given talent that makes them special! 

With the end of the year fast approaching, we are getting ready for our End-of-the-Year Celebration! Each class in In-Person and Virtual Hebrew School will be part of a grand musical performance. We will be sending out the music tracks and lyrics for your children to practice at home. 

Please take a moment to fill out this form if you haven't done so yet to let us know what size T-Shirt your child needs. If you would like to sponsor and advertise your company logo on the back of the shirts, reach out to [email protected] for availability and pricing. This is a great advertisement for your company all while supporting your child's Hebrew School! 

Grades K-2
We learned about the holy Rabbi Akiva and how even though he only began learning Torah at 40 years old, he dedicated so much of his time to learn Torah and he became a great great scholar with so many students! He is most famous for teaching all of his students about the importance of the Mitzvah of Ahavat Yisrael - loving your fellow Jew. 

Grades 3-5
We learned the story of Rabbi Akiva and Lag B'omer through learning how to draw cartoons. We learned how Rabbi Akiva was a simple shepherd who did not know how to read or learn Torah. At 40 years old, he decided to start learning how to read and learn and although everyone made fun of him and didn't believe in him, he became a big scholar. He had over 24,000 righteous students and everybody respected him! His students were great people however they did not have any respect for one another. As a result of that, Hashem sent a plague which struck many of his students and on the 33rd day of the Omer, the plague stopped. Each year, we therefor celebrate Lag B'Omer! 

Grades 6-7
We learned about the story of Lab B'Omer and the holy Rabbi Akiva. We talked about how although Rabbi Akiva's Students were great scholars, they lacked basic respect for one another. We discussed the difference between respect and love and how only when there is both respect and love between two people, can both people be entirely themselves with their own thoughts and feelings and their disagreement doesn't undermine the other person.

 

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 Upcoming Events

Sunday, May 9 - 10:00 AM
Celebrate Mother's Day With Your Child at Hebrew School 
Special Mother's Day Program Outdoors for both In-Person and Virtual Students. 
RSVP REQUIRED! Click here to RSVP.


Save The Date! 
End of Year Hebrew School Celebration
Sunday, May 23
In-Person and Virtual Tracks Together

Outdoor Family Seating, Social Distanced and Mandatory Masks
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