We are all so proud of Kitah Gimmels’s (3rd grader) Emme Stein whose drawing for the Vermont DPS Division of Fire Safety’s annual calendar contest earned an Honorable Mention. Emme was invited to the Vermont Statehouse in Montpelier, where she was recognized for her contribution by none other than Governor Phil Scott! Go Emme!
Shalom Horim: We are now in the Hebrew month of Heshvan, often called “Mar” or “Bitter” Heshvan, because there are no holidays in the month. Having come off the month of Tishrei, in which there seem to be an endless supply of holidays, Heshvan can seem downright non-celebratory, or as I like to think of […]
Shalom Horim/Dear Parents:
With the holidays now behind us (not counting Halloween*), we can get into a somewhat normal routine without major distractions.
In case you haven’t already received it, check out the school calendar. Please note when your child’s class service is (class services begin in January and are usually the first Friday night of the month to coincide with Folk Services). They begin with a Pot Luck dinner at 5:30 sponsored by the host class.
Welcome to the first edition of Temple Sinai’s Religious School Weekly Update! Religious School got off to a great start, with 11 new students this year in grades 1-6, and three new faculty members. In the coming weeks, we will be profiling our Morim/Teachers, so watch for it and make them welcome when you see […]