Religious School News Week of February 12, 2019

We’re still looking . . .

The MCJC Board is restructuring and reinvigorating the Religious School Education Committee. We are looking for a Committee Chair as well as members. Interested parties email president@mcjconline.org.

The MCJC Religious School still needs Substitutes for Sundays, 9:30 am – 12 noon, and Wednesdays, 4:30 – 6:00 pm, all grades. If interested, please email school@mcjconline.org.

It may snow outside, but we’re warm and happy inside at MCJC.

In the Classroom:  The K-1 class finished their Ten Commandments unit. Their books look great! The 2-3 class continued working on their Shabbat Shalom scrapbook, and making a Shabbat Shalom banner for the sanctuary. The 4-7 graders started planning their Jewish values film, and are very excited to begin filming. Hebrew studies for all are going well.

This week:  Wednesday, February 13 – Religious School for grades 3-7. Sunday, February 17 – Religious School for all grades

Upcoming Special Events:  Friday, February 22, 6pm – K-3 families will sponsor a veggie/dairy meal for Shabbat. All are welcome!

PURIM FUN: Sunday, March 17 – Please join us for a Family Purim Celebration. One of our many fun activities will be making Blessing Bags. Please continue to bring your donations! We are looking for these items:

alcohol wipes
band aids
bathing wipes
Chapstick
feminine hygiene products
floss
gloves
mints
multi-vitamins, chewable in unopened containers
peanut butter crackers
soft breakfast bars
socks, black best
toothbrushes
Zip-Loc bags – quart and gallon size

And Wednesday, March 20 – Megillah Shpiel Night. The fun starts at 5 pm.

Snacks:  Also, if you have not done so already, please bring in snacks for the second half of the year.  They can be bulk, or if you prefer, cash donations are acceptable.

Absence:  Last but not least, if your child will be absent, please email school@mcjconline.org or text 847-373-3186.

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