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At the Start of a New School Year

Sep 03, 2019

Each August, as a new school year approaches, the cycle of Torah study is in its “home stretch,” nearing the close of the fifth and final book of the Torah, Devarim.  Devarim means “words.”  It is a title drawn from the opening phrase of the book: “These are the words that Moses spoke….”  The context is dramatic: Moses, liberator, lawgiver and leader of the Israelites for forty years, will soon die; the book is his farewell addresses, delivered over the last weeks of his life.  Devarim offers much on which to reflect, as a new school year begins. 

RSEN - Gathering #2 Intro to National Webinar Series

October 24, 2019 - Gathering #2

10AM - 12:30PM - Discussion Group: Intro to National Webinar Series
Leo Baeck Temple

Contact David Lewis 

RSEN - Opening Program September 19, 2019 - Gathering #1

September 19, 2019 - Gathering #1

11AM-2:30PM RSEN - Opening Program
Leo Baeck Temple

 

Meet BJE’s Summer Interns

Aug 07, 2019

BJE was fortunate to have four outstanding interns this summer – meet Abby, Noah, Sophie and Yonina!

Rising 12th graders Abby Shane, of Palos Verdes High School, Noah Weiss, of Calabasas High School, and Sophie Shorten, rising 11th grader at de Toledo High School, joined BJE through the Jewish Federation’s Community Internship Program, part of the LA Jewish Teen Initiative. Participants worked four days a week, and met as a group on Fridays for skill-building in areas such a communication and professional development.

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The Changing Early Childhood Landscape in Los Angeles

Aug 01, 2019

Not so long ago, Jewish preschools were thought of as “child care” and/or a way for their parent organizations (synagogues and day schools) to increase membership. In the past few decades, these programs have moved far beyond those limited roles, gaining in perceived importance. As the benefits and importance of early childhood education have become more widely acknowledged, parents have bought in - preschool has pretty much become a “given” among Jewish parents.

Responsive Classroom Part 1

August 5-8 from 8:30-3:30

This workshop is for K-6 teachers.  There is no cost for these workshops and they are open to  administrators, general studies and Hebrew teachers.

Please sign up by July 30 by contacting Marie Perez

Join us for a Day of Community Service at the Japanese Garden in Balboa Park

Engage in family friendly, hands-on community service activities for all ages.  Featuring Joel Stern, Specialist in Jewish origami art and storytelling. Activities will end in a Tashlich service.

ADA accessible.

Space is limited. RSVP required.

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