Attention Parents :)

September 18 is our short day, ending at 11.30am.
The September Familyhood event will start at 1:30 – check out the Familyhood Facebook page for more information.

September 25th during NACHaS the kids will be making and bringing home round challot for the holiday.

For the high holy days we have two services for younger kids:
• Rosh Hashanah Monday, September 26th 9:00am Family Rosh Hashanah Service
• Yom Kippur Wednesday, October 5th 9:00am Family Yom Kippur Service

And because we will be adjourned (no school) from 26 September – 16 October (between holidays and fall break), please mark your calendars for decorating the Sukkah at TBS – a family event 9 October from 10-1 (you don’t need to stay the whole time – but it will be a ton of fun and it always feels good to see our own decorations making the Sukkah even more beautiful)

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Meet our Teachers

Grades K/1 Larisa
Grades 2/3 Gregg
Grades 4/5 Jennifer
Grades 6/7 Pam

Kinder & 1st

Hi I’m Larisa. I began teaching religious school in 2000 and have either taught or been principal for 20 years. 

Grades 2 & 3

Gregg Wallach serves as our Grade 2/3 teacher. He is a dad to 2 adorable girls you will meet at NACHaS too.

Grades 4 & 5

Hi, I’m Jennifer and I will be teaching 4th and 5th grade. 

While I am an engineer by training, I founded and ran a Jewish preschool program for several years, have taught 3rd grade Hebrew school,

Grades 6 & 7

I am delighted to be teaching again after about twelve years away. When my children were growing up and beyond, for a number of years, I not only taught almost all grades and Hebrew for over twenty-five