Tomorrow, Friday, January 26th is Ms. Shirley's PK2 Family Shabbat
Tomorrow, Friday, January 26th is our Tu B'Shevat celebration. Please join us from 2pm-2:30pm. Pick up is from the celebration on the playground
Friday, February 2nd is Ms. Mini's PK2 Family Shabbat
The Gan Sinai Book Fair is from Wednesday, February 7-Friday, February 9
Friday, February 9th is Ms. Stephanie's PK4 Family Shabbat
Don't forget to check your prior orders and order hot lunch for second semester at www.gansinai.org/hotlunch
Get all the latest info and links at www.gansinai.org/greatthings.
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From Rabbi David
In case you didn't know, the Hebrew word "Gan" means "pre-school" but it also means "garden". That's why we have so many gardens here at Gan Sinai. It's right in our name. Especially on Tu B'Shevat it is a blessing to celebrate our organic gardens, our reflecting garden, our butterfly garden and our engineering garden.
And now we get to add a 5th garden - a fruit garden! Tomorrow we will be gathering to celebrate from 2pm-2:30pm (please join us and pick up your kids from the celebration). We will be planting an avacado tree, a fig tree, a banana tree and more in a new special garden called "Josh's Garden". We are planting this in memory of Josh Snyder, a very special dad to Ruby, one of our recent PK4 graduates.
What a blessing to be growing so many gardens - and so many children at Gan Sinai!