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Pre-enroll your child in EJL!

Date announcement for 2022-23 coming soon.

Non-members more than welcome. Questions? Email Education Director Bailee Star.

 

 

Parents and kids exploring together

For families exploring Jewish connections, our early childhood programs are welcoming and low-key ways to get to know the Shir Tikvah community. Come and join the fun! All programs are open to nonmembers.

Tot Shabbats are monthly family Shabbat gatherings geared for children under six. These lively mornings are a fun mix of singing,

dancing, and storytelling, followed by snacks and simple craft projects when we're in person. Free and drop-in. Meets at the Temple, or on Zoom when needed for public health. Click here for the schedule. To get notifications about Tot Shabbat email Education Director Bailee Star.

Experiencing Jewish Life (we call it EJL for short)  is a monthly co-learning program for families with two and a half to five-year-olds. Everyone begins the morning with foot-tapping songs and music with Beth Levin, our cantor. Then the children go off to a pre-school or kindergarten class, and parents can attend a workshop with Rabbi Cari to deepen and expand their own Jewish parenting.  Open to members and non-members alike!  Use the form below to pre-enroll if you're new to our community.

Learning Corps Pre-Enrollment

Note: All eligible students must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to attend. Adults must be vaccinated with at least one booster shot.
EJL 4 and Grade 4 are full for the 2022-23 year.

Note: You must become a Shir Tikvah member to enroll in Grade 1 and above. Learn more at www.shir-tikvah.org/join
If you gave us this information last year, no need to write it again.
You can request placement with up to two friends. Please make all requests no later than Friday, August 12. Please note that we may not be able to fulfill all requests.
If you gave us this information last year, no need to write it again.
What information is it important for teachers to know when working with your child? Please also describe any support services your child receives in or out of school (IEP, 504(b), special education, private therapist, etc.)
Note: You must become a Shir Tikvah member to enroll in Grade 1 and above.
If you gave us this information last year, no need to write it again.
You can request placement with up to two friends. Please make all requests no later than Friday, August 12. Please note that we may not be able to fulfill all requests.
If you gave us this information last year, no need to write it again.
What information is it important for teachers to know when working with your child? Please also describe any support services your child receives in or out of school (IEP, 504(b), special education, private therapist, etc.).

 
Note: You must become a Shir Tikvah member to enroll in Grade 1 and above.
If you gave us this information last year, no need to write it again.
You can request placement with up to two friends. Please make all requests no later than Friday, August 12. Please note that we may not be able to fulfill all requests.
If you gave us this information last year, no need to write it again.
What information is it important for teachers to know when working with your child? Please also describe any support services your child receives in or out of school (IEP, 504(b), special education, private therapist, etc.).
Please check each permission below to indicate your agreement:
I give my child(ren) permission to attend any field trips taken during the school year.
I hereby grant to Temple Shir Tikvah, and to its officers, employees, agents and assigns, the right to photograph my dependent(s) and to use the photo and/or digital reproduction for publication processes, whether electronic print, digital or electronic publishing via the internet.
I agree to abide by all of Temple Shir Tikvah's COVID-19-related safety procedures.
I authorize Temple Shir Tikvah to take measures deemed necessary to seek or administer medical treatment for my child(ren) in the event of emergency. This applies to incidents at the school and/or on field trips.
Appropriate and respectful classroom behavior is critical for ensuring a positive experience for all children. In the case of a child who is not able to function cooperatively in class, consideration will be given to an alternative placement in consultation with parents, teachers, and the educational director.
Click "Continue" below.

 

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