Making the World a Better Place For All of Us
“We’re only on day four, but my daughter (2y10mo), my wife, and I could not be more pleased. My daughter loves the staff, they take excellent care of her, and have worked with us to make sure WE are as comfortable with them as my daughter is. The head of the school, Rabbi Meir Muller, is exceptionally gracious with his time, willing to sit down and explain cultural, tradition, policy, or curricular items to us as necessary. Truly, this bears repeating: We could not be more pleased.“
Monthly News By Administration
Six and six thousand are two numbers in the news that relate to education. Six is the age of a first grader who was arrested in her classroom. Six thousand is approximately the number of unstaffed teaching positions in our state. I feel that there is a connection between these two recent news items.
Each year I share a description of the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. This year the new year is from the evening of Sept 29 through the evening of October 1st. In Hebrew, Rosh Hashanah means, literally, “head of the year” or “first of the year.” Rosh Hashanah is one of the holiest days on the Jewish calendar.
This year Ms. Kristin and Ms. Billie will be writing the weekly family communication. Their update will include news from around the school, the health report and other features. Once a month I will share a thought. This week I have been thinking a lot about loyalty. I remember as a child once being asked by a fourth or fifth grade classmate if Israel and America went to war who would I want to win?