Category Archives: Linda and Rudy Slucker Religious School

Religious School Ice Cream Social – Please Save The Date!

Please Join Us For Some Sweets & Treats!  The Good Humor Ice Cream Truck Is Coming To The Linda & Rudy Slucker Religious School!

OPEN HOUSE/ICE CREAM SOCIAL

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2014 AT 6:30 PM

If you have children in Grades K-12 and are considering Religious School or Hebrew High for next fall, please join us for an informal Q and A, delicious Good Humor ice cream and some fun summer activities.

Meet our Religious School Director, loving teachers and Religious School board members.  Feel free to invite friends who might be interested.

Please RSVP to Debi in the Religious School at dwolkoff@tstinj.org or call 973-763-3793.                                                 

 

2014-2015 Religious School Registration

The Linda & Rudy Slucker Religious School

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Religious School and Hebrew High registration is now accessible online.  Please login to Chaverweb just like you did last year with your user name and password and complete the necessary steps.  

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Click here to log on for school registration

If for some reason you did not retain your username and password, please click on “forgot your username or password”.

Feel free to call Debi in the Religious School office if you have any questions, 973-763-3793.

5th Grade Cooking And Fitness Program with Camp Zeke

A SPECIAL COOKING & FITNESS PROGRAM WITH CAMP ZEKE FOR 5TH GRADERS!

camp Zeke

SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 2014

10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Ballroom

(5th grade students report to class at 9:00 a.m. as usual)

5th grade parents are welcome to join their children in the fun!

Certified Krav Maga (Israeli self defense) instructors will be coming from Camp Zeke to work with our 5th grade students and families.  In addition, certified culinary experts will lead us in a cooking project.

Please RSVP : dwolkoff@tstinj.org

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4th Grade Family Education Day

Family History
Fourth Grade Parents:
 
 Please Join The  4th Grade For:
MY FAMILY STORY
Date: Sunday, March 30, 2014
9:00 am – 11:30 am
a light snack will be served
Bring your family project  for our display.
 
Please RSVP to DebiWolkoff:

PARKING

We strongly encourage you to park on nearby streets or in the Marylawn lot (across the street).  If you decide to park in our lot, please use the spaces along the fence.  Please remember that you will not be able to exit the parking lot until the carpool lines are dismissed.

Purim Extravaganza

JOIN US FOR 
CRAFTS, INFLATABLES, GAMES & HAMANTASCHEN!
 
SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 2014
PURIMSHPIEL: 9:00 A.M.
PURIM EXTRAVAGANZA: 10:00 A.M. – 11:30 A.M. 
(this is in lieu of religious school)
 
Fee for Purim Extravaganza is $5.00 per child
Proceeds go to supporting Youth Programming at TSTI
 
Please bring a box of pasta to use as your grogger, then afterwards, 
please drop it in the bin outside of the religious school office.  
We’ll donate the pasta to the Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges.
 
PLEASE COME IN COSTUME!

Religious School:March Newsletter

Dear Parents,
 

Purim is almost here and you know what that means! We are getting ready to cheer Esther, boo Haman and eat some Hamantaschen!  The senior staff have been busy preparing for the Purim Schpiel…..can’t give away any secrets but I can tell you a “cool” time will be had by all!  We hope you will come and cheer us on….and then join us for fun and games at our Amazing Purim Extravaganza.  Fun for kids of all ages….all of the proceeds support our Sr. Youth Group, who run all of our awesome games!

Please plan to join us on Sunday, March 16th from 9-11:30 to celebrate Purim!

 

It is not all masks and games for Purim here at TSTI… we always think of those less fortunate than we.  OurSeventh Graders have been examining the commandment to honor the elderly: Kibud Zekaynim.  Our Seventh Graders are going to have the honor of meeting with some of our “Vital Seniors” as part of this unit of study. Following our conversations with our conversations, we will be making comfort pillows to deliver to seniors at the Village Apartments in South Orange, a community of jewish seniors.   Our Second Graders have also studied this important commandment, and are making goodie bags to be sent along with the pillows.  Both of those groups learned a lot about some of the physical challenges people face as they age, and have become much more sensitive to the needs of our elders. They have also learned that seniors can and do lead active and engaging lives, learning, volunteering and continuing their involvement in our temple and surrounding communities.  We are thrilled that they will share their thoughts with our young people, they are great role models to us all.  

L’Shalom,

Morah Mindy 
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Nathan Perlman and Banannagrams
4th grade student 
Nathan Perlman learns Hebrew by playing Bananagrams.
6th Grade students study Hebrew in Mansion
Three of our 6th grade
students study Hebrew on the steps of our
beautiful mansion.
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Please Note
March 7th
5th Grade Awesome Oneg
March 9th

6th Grade Parent Meeting

March 16th
Purim Extravaganza
(in lieu of classes)
March 18th
6th Grade Yad Workshop
(in class)
March 30th
4th Grade Family Ed

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6TH GRADE FAMILIES:
Please join us for a beautiful ceremony as you and your child are called up to the bima for your child to receive their prayerbooks and Torah portions.
SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 2014
9:00 am – 11:30 am
in the Ballroom 
 
Coffee & bagels will be served
Our clergy have created a special morning of blessings and learning for our 6th grade students and parents.  At this important meeting, students will receive their B’nai Mitzvah materials and Torah portions.  This beautiful morning promised to be a wonderful beginning to the B’nai Mitzvah journey.
 
We look forward to sharing this meaningful and important morning with your family.
 
Please RSVP to Debi Wolkoff
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Our B’nai Mitzvah
3/1 Ethan Gross
3/1 Lauren Rosenberg
3/8 Spencer Berkowitz
3/15 Andre Weinberger
3/15 Carly Orent
3/22 Lewis Busch-Vogel
3/29 Katya Silverman-Stoloff
3/29 Jenna Essner
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shabbat
5th Grade Families

Please join us 
for our
5th Grade 
Awesome Oneg

Friday, March 7th
7:30 pm service

Please RSVP to

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purim-card-mask
PLEASE JOIN US FOR
CRAFTS, INFLATABLES, GAMES & HAMANTASCHEN!
 
SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 2014
 
PURIMSHPIEL 9:00am 
PURIM EXTRAVAGANZA 10:00am-11:30am 
(This is in lieu of religious school)
Fee for Purim Extravaganza is $5.00
Proceeds go to support Youth Programming at TSTI
 
Please bring a box of pasta to use as your grogger, then afterwards,
please drop it in the bin outside of the religious school office.  
We’ll donate the pasta to the 
Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges.
 
PLEASE COME IN COSTUME!
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4th Grade 
Family Ed Program
Family History
4th Grade Parents:
Please join your children for My Family StorySunday, 3/30/14
9:00 am-11:30 am

Bring your family project for our display.
 
Please RSVP to:
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Food donation photo
Bring One

We are asking families
to bring one non perishable food item
EACH TIME YOU COME TO THE TEMPLE
to be donated to the 
Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges located just a few miles away in Orange. 
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