Each person is a shining STAR. Literally.
It’s hard to believe that we are a minute away from summer and it’s already time to say goodbye to our friends and Morahs whom we loved throughout the year. We learned about the blessing Hashem said to Avraham thousand of years ago, Gd said, “Please look heavenward and count the stars, if you are able to count them.” And He said to him, “So will be your offspring.” (Beraishis 15:6). Each child created their own solar system modernized mobile that is a piece of art you can keep forever and the message behind it is each and every one of us were chosen by Gd to live here on this earth and each person is their own shining STAR. Literally.
Saying farewell is never easy, but we loved every minute with our graduating class and look forward to welcoming new friends.
We had a lot of fun this week preparing for the imminent end of the year.
We enjoyed all of our toys, loved finishing off learning all our Hebrew and English letters.
We decorated bags with some gifts to enjoy over the summer.
Kita Gimmel and Kita Daled have been practicing for graduation.
We cleaned up and packed our belongings and we have been enjoying all the art we have available to us.
Painting, coloring, sensory, writing and water colors is what we are getting so good at.
It’s amazing to see the progress of all our beautiful friends.
We know we will miss so many things. We are all looking forward to next year when we have an opportunity to make new friends and get to know new Morah’s. Our graduates are looking forward to seeing new classrooms and new yards as well.
We loved seeing everyone today during Shabbat Circle.
Thank you to our wonderful Morahs! Thank you to our enrichment staff. We love each and every one of you and we look forward to continuing the fun this summer in Camp Gan Israel!
Shabbat Shalom and Mazal Tov to the BJP Graduating class of 2022!
May G-d bless each of you with much Jewish Nachat and joy from your beautiful children, and may they continue to grow in their love and connection with our Jewish traditions.