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Dear TBR Family,

Dear TBR Families, As the school year comes to a close, our minds and hearts are filled with happiness and joy. It’s been another great year! As an amazing group, we shared experiences that made memories we will recall with fondness in years to come. The commitment, RUACH and passion of our families and staff make our school a wonderful place to be!

We hope that you will reflect on your own favorites among the programs and events of this year! From music sessions, grandparents’ day, Purim and Chanukah carnivals to meeting with Holocaust survivors, breakfasts and morning assemblies, we grew together in spirit. The Shabbat Kulanu services, students’ retreat and youth group programs have enhanced our Jewish community.

At TBR, we understand that the needs of Jewish families raising children in today’s world are complex. Realizing that those needs are ever-changing and challenging, we are here to provide students and parents with cutting-edge technology and engaging activities that support their efforts to share our rich Jewish heritage and faith with the next generation.

In order for our school to continue being relevant and attractive to young families, we are committed to consistently adding new and innovative programs. Your support spiritually as well as financially is key to helping us achieve our collective goals! Special thanks to all of you who have contributed in ways small and large, sponsoring breakfasts, helping with our school’s programs, supporting your children during morning assemblies and classes, sharing your talents, meeting with me to brainstorm ideas, getting your kids to school on time or providing snacks for your children’s classes. For these, and for many other things, I am truly grateful.

Please join us for these upcoming events: Friday, May 3rd – Shabbat Kulanu at 6:13pm. Sunday, May 19th – R.S Distinguished Speaker (Tal Brody) at 10:00am. Sunday, May 19th – End of the year BBQ at 11:30am. Take care and have a wonderful summer!

Gonen Arad, Religious School Director