Welcome to KIDdish, an introduction to Religious School for all Pre-K, children 2-5 years old.
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 School, Santa Rosa.
As your children become more comfortable separating, you are able to drop them at 9 AM, 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.
$180 for the entire program.
This program is open to the entire Jewish community.
Download the enrollment form here: KIDdish Enrollment Form
- March 5, 2017 – “Purim”
- April 9, 2017 – “Passover”
Our KIDdish Teachers
Hello! My name is Lily Louise Minkin. I was born and raised in Healdsburg, California. I attended local schools and furthered my education at Santa Rosa Junior College, then proceeding to Cal State Los Angeles with a study in Child Development. I have two older siblings. A brother who lives in Santa Rosa and a sister who lives in Israel. When I am not working, studying or spending time with my family, I enjoy a good game of tennis, attending sporting events and taking a role in community activities. I am greatly excited to join Shomrei Torah, in hopes I am able to provide the children with a healthy knowledge of traditions and an exciting outlook on religion through play, song, dance and art.
I am Sally Blum, a member of Shomrei Torah and a mom of two kids in the religious school program, ages 6 and 4. Over the past two years I’ve really enjoyed attending KidDish and kindergarten religious school classes with my kids and have recently been invited to join the religious school committee. Though I have no formal training in education, I spent a year teaching at a Montessori school before I started my current career (as a winemaker). I’ve seen first-hand how the Shomrei Torah religious school program builds self-esteem, social activism and a sense of community for our kids and I am very excited to be a supporting teacher in the KidDish program for the upcoming school year. I look forward to meeting you and your kids!
Special Thanks to PJ Library for sponsoring this program and providing books and curriculum.
Find out more at http://pjlibrary.org/
For more information, contact Rabbi Kramer at (707)578-5519