Winchevsky Shule In Your Living Room!
May 24, 2020
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B'nai Mitzvah 10:00am - 11:00am
Grades 4-6 11:00am - 12:00pm
Grades 2-3 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Grade 1 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Sue's Corner 1:00pm - 1:10pm
Kinder Kapers 1:10pm - 1:45pm
This Sunday our class will reflect on the year that's passed, on all that we learned, the challenges we overcame, and the fun we had together. We will then read Kopecks for Blintzes and prepare our surprise for the community at next week's Potluck Party
This Sunday our class will reflect on the year that's passed, on all that we learned, the challenges we overcame, and the fun we had together. We will then read Snow in Jerusalem together!
This Sunday we will have our final lesson, closing a year of learning and growing together. Join us to talk about Peace and how CATS can help bring it about! Meow 🐈
Please bring a piece of white paper, a black marker and a green marker so we can make our final collaboration of the year in preparation for our Shule's party at the end of May.
Looking forward to seeing you!
Roxy and Naama
This Sunday our class will reflect on the year that's passed, on all that we learned, the challenges we overcame, and the fun we had together. We will then put together a rebus puzzle! a surprise for the coming potluck party.
My dear b'nei mitzvah class, it's hard to believe but this week will be our last lesson before the big virtual end of year "potluck" on May 31. And what a year! Who knew on that first day of class last September, when I forced you to lick Hebrew letters made of honey off a plate - because learning is sweet, after all - that we'd end our year on Zoom screens dressing up as our favourite Passover plagues, while our own modern-day plague ripped through our world. I'm so proud of you for sticking with it during these strange times, and helping to build a sweet space for us to continue learning together.
This week we'll be looking back on the year, and you'll share your research projects with one another. Please come ready to remind us of at least one memory or anecdote from the year; we'll build from these anecdotes and try to think of the themes that came out of our weekly classes. We'll also take a look at the school credo which students normally recite during their b'nei mitzvah graduation ceremony and see if we want to adapt it in any way to make it more personal to our graduating class of 2020.
Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday!