If you build it they will come: Carol the carpenter, AKA Carol Paster, Director of the Iris Family Center for Early Childhood, builds the first bench for the temple’s new campground, a new outdoor worship and programming space.
Funding for the space was provided through our participation in a pilot program of the Jewish Federation and Greater Metrowest and The Foundation for Jewish Camps.
“Organizing is Academic!
The ABCs to getting Your Student Organized”
Please join us for
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Leslie Josel will share innovative tips, tools and techniques to help students manage and organize their schedules, schoolwork and projects and will explore ways for students to develop their own organization and time management strategies. Leslie’s practice, Order Out of Chaos®, focuses on working with chronic disorganization, relocation and downsizing services, as well as coaching women entrepreneurs.
Open to the community, invite your friends!
4 year old students at TSTI’s Iris Family Center show off the individual challahs they made in class.
Sandy Faust, teacher at TSTI’s Iris Family Center paints the hallway walls with words gathered at an educator training session. Staff was asked to use one word or phrase that reflects who we are as a school.
Preschool board chairs, Michelle Schaeffer and Marla Di Resta get ready to welcome families to their carnival.
Wednesday, September 18
6:00pm – 7:30pm
Enjoy a light dessert as we decorate our Sukkah as a
Make decorations, hang signs, place the gourds and pumpkins to create a beautiful Sukkah for everyone to enjoy.
End the evening by shaking the lulav, smelling the etrog and learning the blessings of Sukkot.