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Bikur Cholim (visiting the sick) Taught @ JCALThe Jewish teaching of bikur cholim--visiting the sick--is one that stretches back to the days of our patriarchs and matriarchs in the Torah. This Sunday, K-2nd graders continue the practice by writing letters to children and veterans who receive comfort and support from the messages of others.
3rd Grade - Performing Art
5th Grade - Judaism through Literature
6th Grade - Art and cooking
Honoring the Dead
This Sunday at JCAL, 3rd-6th graders look at the special ways that Jews show honor and respect to loved ones as an "act of lovingkindness".
On Sunday, April 23, the 7th grade class will meet at the JCC of Orange County to tour the exhibit on Nobel Prize winning author Elie Wiesel and meeting with a Holocaust survivor from 9-11am. TBY families provide their own transportation to the JCC at 1 Federation Way in Irvine.
On Sunday, April 30, Rabbi Zylberman will lead the class as they board a bus for a tour of the L.A. Museum of the Holocaust. This outstanding museum (not to be confused with the Museum of Tolerance) features interactive exhibits and original artifacts and documents. Bus departs at 8:45am and returns to TBY at 1pm. 7th grade parents are welcome, too. See details to the right to RSVP.
We are happy to provide this FREE field trip for our 7th grade class and are extending the offer to parents of 7th graders, too. Please RSVP to Melinda at email@example.com and let her know how many in your family, including students, will be attending. Bus seating is limited to 50.
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