October 27, 2020 |
Posted on May 23, 2018
Hello Gan Class Families!
Isn’t is amazing how quickly a year goes by? It seems like not that long ago that we began this journey together and what an excellent journey it has been.
Our final day together was filled with activities and excitement. With our Gesher Class friends we made butter. On Shavuot, it is traditional to eat dairy foods. Butter is made from whipping cream which we vigorously shook until it became whipped cream and then separated into butter and buttermilk. We tasted it on a bagel before sharing it with the congregation during Shavuot lunch.
Tefillah was in the Sanctuary with members from the congregation all around. We participated in Hallel and then each of us got to touch the Torah with the help of some adult friends.
Our interactive Torah story was so much fun. All of the students in grades K-5 crossed the Red Sea and wandered the desert with Moses(played by Bar). We got to experience the miracle of manna as God shared it with us in the form of marshmallows.
In our classroom we reviewed our letters one last time to feel really prepared for the Aleph class and each student received their very own Torah filled with the stories of what they did on Shabbat each week this year.
While it is sad to have to say goodbye, I know that all of the Gan Class students will have an excellent year in the Aleph Class next year and I look forward to seeing their smiling faces in the hallway and during Tefillah. Thank you for sharing your students with me, it was a true please to spend the year together.
Please keep an eye on your emails for a Something About Email to share some highlights of your child’s Gan Class experience from the latter part of our year.
I wish you all a fun and relaxing summer and can’t wait to hear about all your adventures when we return to school in the fall.