Hebrew School Open House is today!.
Come join your child for Hebrew School to learn about how the class is going, meet the teacher, and learn a lesson. It'll be a great day and a chance to really soak in what makes Am Shalom great.
Students and parents will be in class together as well as Sukkot Services. Afterwards, join us for congreagational Sukkot Pizza Party!
Some Frequently Asked Questions:
I (parent) can’t make it to Open House. Should my student still attend?
Yes! There will be Hebrew learning on this day, and we expect that all students will attend as usual, even if their parents can’t join them. We will help all students to feel loved and cared for.
We can’t stay for the dinner. Should we still come to Open House?
Yes! While we hope you’ll stay for dinner (an easy night – no need to cook), we understand that not all families are able to stay.
I have more than one Hebrew School student. Will I be able to divide my time?
Yes! We will help you to divide your time between your students. We’ll give you a suggested schedule when you arrive on Wednesday, October 4th.
I have questions for my child’s teacher about my child’s progress and work. Is Open House a good time to discuss?
You’ll have quite a bit of time in the classroom with your student and the teacher, but we hope that if you have specific questions for the teacher about your child that you will contact the teacher directly to set up a time to talk via email or phone. This is a great opportunity for you to meet the teacher and see how the classroom operates. If you need contact information for your child’s teacher, feel free to reach out to Matthew or Rabbi Phyllis.
Can I bring younger siblings (not in Hebrew School) to the Open House?
If you have any questions, please contact Rabbi Phyllis Sommer, director of Congregational Learning.