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From Rabbi David

I am so excited to tell you... Drum roll please...that we have been given the green light to begin construction on our new playground to be ready for the 2021-2022 school year! We have been working with an amazing architect and gathering insight from parents and teachers as we dream up this new sacred space. Our new Gan Sinai playground is designed for your child with areas to encourage:

  • Bouncing

  • Building

  • Climbing

  • Collaborating

  • Counting

  • Crafting

  • Crawling

  • Creating

  • Digging

  • Discovering

  • Drawing

  • Engineering

  • Examining

  • Exploring

  • Feeling

  • Gathering

  • Growing

  • Hiding

  • Imagining

  • Investigating

  • Jumping

  • Listening

  • Music Making

  • Performing

  • Planting

  • Pretending

  • Reading

  • Resting

  • Riding

  • Running

  • Sharing

  • Singing

  • Sliding

  • Swinging

  • Talking

  • Trying

  • Tying

  • Walking

And it won't just be used during school. We're going to be having playground shabbats next year so the whole family can enjoy our new play space. Oh and these won't just be for current students, but for graduate families in kindergarten and first grade also as a part of JPaL, our Hebrew school program.

Many of you already indicated that you want to be a part of this exciting protect with your financial contribution. Thank you so much! Now, I'm hoping I can ask each and every family to participate - at whatever level is comfortable for you. Whether you are a new family in TGS or a graduating family moving up to JPaL your partnership in bringing this play space to life is vital. I want all of us to have built this together.

We have been given a challenge - a matching grant. Every penny we raise between now and the end of the school year will be matched to help us build our playground. Please help us make the most of this amazing opportunity.

After a year of being apart, we have the opportunity to come together and create a space that will ensure families and children have a safe, stimulating, and engaging place to gather for years to come.

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