Prepping for Pesach
We’ve had an exciting few days of educational programming in preparation for Passover. Here are some pictures of the past week.
Our Tiyul: Shabbat B’yachad families participated in a seder plate making contest. They created some very cool seder plates connected to the theme of Israel.
In the religious school, a number of classes held their own Seders on Sunday. Our students are well-prepared to participate (even lead!) their own family seders after having the opportunity to say the blessings, ask the questions, and taste all the delicious (and sometimes bitter!) seder foods.
(Special thanks to the numerous parents who helped out by sending in seder supplies, decorating classes’ seder tables, and pitching in to make the day festive and fun!)
Parents who participate in Kulanu, our third-grade parent learning pilot program, had a very cool workshop with Tamar Andrews, our preschool director. They used sheets of lucite, paint pens, and hot glue guns to make seder plates for their families, all while learning to make the Passover seder more engaging and fun for the whole family.
Here are some photos from our student photographer Haily Marzullo and Josh Mason-Barkin, director of congregational learning. (Make sure to scroll down to see them all!)
As usual, contact Josh if you have any questions or if you’d like a printable high-res version of any of the pictures.