The Shir Libeynu School: (ages 7-11)
Our supplemental program for 2018/2019 will start in September, 2018, weekly on Sunday mornings, at a central location.
This innovative program has two-10 week sessions (autumn and winter) that will focus on themes such as Jewish stories, rituals, holidays, language and the arts. Children who have had minimal or no formal Jewish education, or for whom this may be a first learning experience, are welcome.
The School fees will be in line with last year’s sessions and with those of other supplemental schools. Registration forms will take be available for our fall session in a couple of weeks, at which point the cost of the program will be posted. If you would like to reserve a spot (subject to registration and payment by June 15th), please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will inform you when the registration form is available.
The teacher for this school is Dana Rubinshtein, an educator who speaks English, French, Hebrew and Russian. Dana holds a bachelor’s degree in science from Concordia University, and now is pursuing a teaching degree through the faculty of education, York University. She has experience in the classroom of a Toronto Jewish after-school program and at its summer camp. Dana has also worked as: a presenter of science workshops for children and youth, a Hebrew and science tutor to children, and an assistant at a Montreal Jewish day school.
We are grateful to Shir Libeynu members Jon Novick and Denis Frawley for their generosity in donating venue space during our first year’s pilot project for the School.
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