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Shalom Mishpachot!

Baruchim Habaim! Welcome back! Welcome in! Our beginning theme this year is "Mah La'asot?" or "What to do?" because Jews are do-ers. We celebrate, study, light candles, seek justice, ask questions, listen to others, repair the world, think out loud and comfort each other to name a few actions we take regularly.

To begin our do-ing as families, please join us for "The Gathering of the Tribes" three Sundays of Jewish celebration and learning. These three events are family focused, open to the entire TAA community and will be in person and outside. 

Here is the link to SCFLP 5782 registration. Read and fill out soon!

Here is the link to the SCFLP google calendar.

The Morim (teachers) and I are so looking forward to seeing you very soon!





Festive Gatherings of the Tribe

Open to TAA members and other families from our community!

Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect at each event.

Sunday 9/12 10AM-12:30PM

10AM High Holiday Family Service* and SCFLP Opening Day

11:30 TAA MEMBERS JOIN IN for Tashlich walk to Pavillion Beach 

*This is the only HHD service for children this year

Sunday 9/19 10AM-12:30PM

10AM SCFLP families Sukkot building, decorating, learning 

11:30 AM TAA MEMBERS JOIN IN for Vegan BBQ Sukkah Hoedown

Sunday 9/26 10AM-12PM

10AM Learner's Minyan/ Parent learning with Rabbi Lewis

10:30 AM TAA MEMBERS JOIN IN Simchat Torah mini service, unrolling the Torah in the parking lot

Grades K to 7

scrs_2018.jpegFrom pre-school through B’nai Mitzvah and teenage years, learning at our Sylvia Cohen Religious School is fun, experiential, and serious; it is about language, tradition, spirituality, culture, ritual, art, movie making, and lots of music.

We seek to instill in our students a passion for a life-long journey of Jewish living and learning. Our inclusive environment and low student-teacher ratio enable our teachers to offer personal and supportive educational experiences for all our students. 

To implement our vision, our teachers:
•    Create differentiated lesson plans to address multiple learning styles
•    Develop creative, relevant curriculum based on Torah, Jewish life, Jewish history and a connection to Israel and the Hebrew language 
•    Approach Jewish learning in a forward thinking manner that makes it meaningful and applicable to their lives in the 21st century
•    Promote free thinking, non-judgmental classes that engage our students
•    Create an enthusiastic and joyous classroom environment
•    Create a strong appreciation for the sacred, rooted in a deep understanding of tradition 
•    Utilize music to develop a connection to and love of Jewish musical history and culture

For more information about TAA's Sylvia Cohen Family Learning Project (SCFLP) please contact our SCFLP Director of Family Learning at 978.281.0739.

Mon, September 27 2021 21 Tishrei 5782