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Happy New Year

Reminders:

  • All children and staff will need a negative rapid or PCR test to return to school on Monday. If you do test at home, please do so on Sunday or Monday and send the results to Rabbi David. We will have rapid tests for everyone at carpool. Please come at your designated time even if you test at home:

8:30-8:45 PK4

8:45-9:00 PK3

9:00-9:15 PK2

9:15-9:30 TGS

  • Thank you for signing in and out each day on the Famly app

  • Sign up for hot lunch for January and the second semester of school is now available at www.gansinai.org/hotlunch. Last day to sign up for this week is Sunday.

  • Enrollment for the 2022-2023 school year is now open. Early bird tuition rates end in one week. Your child's spot CANNOT BE GUARANTEED if you don't sign up before the end of the first week of January at www.gansinai.org/2022.

  • Please help me welcome all of our new students beginning this Monday!


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From Rabbi David

This has been an exhausting year for all of us. Just the emotional rollercoaster of thinking we were past the pandemic this summer to now being right back in the thick of it, has been overwhelming.


And yet, I am so thankful. I am thankful for my health and my family's health. I am thankful to our teachers who go above and beyond every single day to care for, teach and, most importantly, LOVE your children.


I am thankful for all of you, our parents, grandparents and families for bearing with us, showing endless patience and understanding and supporting us as we navigated our way through this past year. (We will need some more of that patience in 2022 I imagine.)


Most of all, I'm thankful for your children. They are why I come to work each day. It really doesn't matter how bad things seem, one smile or hug from your children makes all of the pain and worry melt away. I've often said that the only two things I really care about are that your children know that they are safe and know that they are loved - and I believe they do.


Please God, let this coming year be one of health, strength and joy. Let us find the courage to face whatever obstacles come our way, the confidence to believe in ourselves and each other, and faith in God to support us when we are too weary to carry ourselves.





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