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The chagim began after we had just one week of school, but our faculty still provided meaningful opportunities for the students to learn! Here’s a snapshot of some Rosh Hashanah activities throughout the school:
Osher - אושר (joy)
Brioot -בריאות (health)
Mootzlachat - מוצלחת (successful)
Bitachon - בטחון (safe)
Yashar Koach to all of our dedicated students who participated in the summer reading challenge! Students in grades K-5 read a total of over 550 books AND over 6.500 pages (depending on the reading level), earning them the right to vote for the person they’d most like to receive a pie in the face! By a landslide of 519 to 100 votes, the clear “favorite” was Rabbi Berger!
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RELISH is one of our favorite times of the week, a chance to join together as a community and welcome Shabbat with songs, dancing, and sometimes stories. We are thrilled that we can safely hold RELISH outdoors each Friday morning! Parents and members of the community are welcome to join our outdoor celebration!
The Schechter Early Childhood team is connecting the… “DOTS” and being trained in Connecticut’s Documentation and Observation for Teaching System to further align our Early Childhood assessment tool with the CT Early Learning Standards.
The EC faculty participated in the first of a two-part training session during professional development week in August. We are excited to begin using the most updated framework to guide us in the process of monitoring children’s progress and learning in all areas of development. The next and final training session will be during our upcoming Professional Development day in late November.