As part of the curriculum, children will learn about the festival of Sukkot and celebrate by sitting in the Sukkah, shaking the Lulav and Etrog, as well as singing and dancing!
What is Occupational Therapy? Occupational Therapists work on improving academic skills needed to complete classroom tasks, such as handwriting, attention span, organization, addressing visual perceptual challenges, fine and gross motor skills, and educational performance with basic self-help skills. Occupational Therapy Screening will take place here at the Beth El Early Learning Center on September 20-24th […]
Join our next Parenthood meeting on Wednesday, September 22, 2021! 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm Zoom Link Parenthood is a group of parents dedicated to the Beth El Early Learning Center. Parenthood's motto is: Talk-Join-Connect-Create a Legacy. Parenthood hopes that all Beth El Early Learning Center parents and grandparents will become involved. It all starts […]
Rabbi Jessica, Cantor Lori and Cantorial Soloist Michelle Auslander-Cohen, lead our 6th graders through a 9 week course that walk them through expectations of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah and the reasons why some traditions exist. *Students will be invited to participate based on their Bar/Bat Mitzvah date - This session will be for students celebrating between […]
In case you missed it on Yom Kippur, join us for a rebroadcast of Beth El Talks, our community’s opportunity to draw inspiration from the stories and journeys of fellow Temple Beth El members. This year, our three remarkable participants will share their experience of finding resilience and renewal in the face of extraordinary personal […]
Sukkot invites us to see God’s presence in our world. We read 13 Attributes of God from this special portion, and are invited to see God’s attributes in ourselves. Join us in person* at the Schaefer Family Campus or watch online. *All in person attendees must wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status.