Religious School News Week of February 5, 2019

Did you see this announcement in the e-nouncements the last couple of weeks?

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.

And now for this week’s news! Finally, the weather has returned to normal! It was great seeing most of our students last Sunday.

In the Classroom. The K-1 class is learning about the Ten Commandments.  The 2-3 class is learning about Shabbat, and they are beginning to put together a Shabbat Shalom scrapbook with things that bring them peace and joy. The 4-7 graders have finished watching the movie “Wonder,” and will soon begin their Jewish Values film project. Hebrew studies for all are going well.

This week. Wednesday, February 6- Regular religious school for grades 3-7.  Sunday, February 10- Regular religious school for all grades.

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

Other reminders. Please continue to bring in donations for Blessing Bags. 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

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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