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Temple Sholom Open House for Religious School
Temple Sholom, a Reform Jewish congregation in Fanwood/Scotch Plains, will be holding an open house for its religious school on Sunday, May 6, from 10:30 am until noon. Learn about the congregation’s wonderful, grant-winning family track curriculum, meet their highly regarded director of education, Michelle Shapiro Abraham, and gain some insight into why their students love Hebrew school. The temple’s philosophy is to engage students and their families in a dynamic learning environment, with the goal of inspiring them to live a meaningful Jewish life.
The open house will be held in the lobby of Union Catholic High School, located at 1600 S. Martine Ave in Scotch Plains. Enter through the main entrance or through the back corner door nearest the large parking lot. Children are welcome, and school-age children may sit in on age-appropriate classes. Drawing supplies will be available for younger children. For more information or to rsvp, contact Membership Chair Ellen Wolff at firstname.lastname@example.org or Michelle Shapiro Abraham at email@example.com or 908-889-4900.
About Temple Sholom
Founded in 1913, Temple Sholom is a Reform Jewish Congregation led by Rabbi Joel N. Abraham. The Temple and its religious school are home to about 250 families from the greater Scotch Plains-Fanwood area. Currently residing within the Fanwood Presbyterian Church, the Temple has purchased five acres of land in Scotch Plains for its future home. Temple Sholom is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. For more information about the Temple or joining the congregation, please call 908- 889-4900, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.sholomnj.org.
|Where||Union Catholic High School 1600 Martine Ave, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076|
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|Time||10:30 am–12:00 pm|
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More About Union Catholic High School
Union Catholic, founded in 1962, combines a strong academic program with the teachings of the Catholic Church. The high school’s mission is to prepare its young men and women for college and instill in them a strong set of values that will last a lifetime. The school offers a selection of Advanced Placement (AP) classes as well as a remedial program, and has more than 35 clubs and activities.