KIDdish

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Welcome to KIDdish, an introduction to Religious School for all Pre-K, children 2-5 years old.


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This is a preschool class where you can meet new friends and build budding Jewish relationships that can blossom for years to come.  During these classes there will be tons of hands-on art activities, spirited movement and music, playground time and fun Jewish learning.  Field Trips will be held at Art & Soul Music Studio in Santa Rosa.

As your children become more comfortable separating, you are able to drop them at 9AM, then enjoy your free time, coming back at the end for T’filla (services), which brings the entire religious school community together from 11:00 – 11:15 in the sanctuary.  This program is open to the entire Jewish community.

$180 for the entire program.  Download the registration form here: 2017-18 KIDdish Enrollment


 

 

 


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2017-2018 Meetings:

  • Sunday, September 17
  • Sunday, October 22
  • Sunday, November 12
  • Sunday, December 17
  • Sunday, January 21, 2018
  • Sunday, February 25, 2018
  • Sunday, March 25, 2018
  • Sunday, April 29, 2018

Our KIDdish Teachers

Sara Pettingill, KIDdish Teacher

Hi there!  My name is Sara Pettingill and I am excited to be teaching KIDdish this year!  I have taught Religious School for various ages for many years.  Jewish Education is a passion of mine and I especially like to incorporate art, music, and dance into my lessons.  I look forward to teaching this year, it’s going to be a blast!


Brandon Binder, KIDdish Teacher

Hello! My name is Brandon Binder and I am so excited to be one of the teachers for KIDdish. A few years ago I was Shomrei Torah’s song leader, youth director, and service corps fellow. Currently, I am the music teacher at Rincon Valley Middle School and Slater Middle School. I am looking forward to a wonderful year with our little ones!


Lizzie Wallack, KIDdish Assistant

Lizzie is a designer, wife and mother of two.  A New England Native who came west to earn a degree in furniture design from The California College of Arts and Crafts in San Francisco and then later, a Master’s degree in architecture.  Lizzie grew up in a small fishing town where her family was one of the few Jewish families in the community.  She is excited to now be part of an expansive Jewish community and provide an environment for her kids to grow into confident Jewish individuals.

 

Special Thanks to PJ Library for sponsoring this program and providing books and curriculum.NEW PJ Library logo with tag line website

Find out more at http://pjlibrary.org/Communities/Enroll-in-a-Community.aspx?id=12

For more information, contact Rabbi Kramer at (707)578-5519

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