Celebrate Shavuot with the J! Join us at our Tootsie Roll Torah Trot on Sunday as we celebrate the giving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai. Learn more about the holiday!
On Sunday, May 2 in the J’s Kesher Community Garden we held our Lag B'Omer Spring Fest, a celebration for the entire family, including a bonfire, crafts, s’mores, and more. Take a look at the fun.
Barbara Crawford and her daughter, Laura, depend on the SJCC pool for both their physical and mental well-being. When it reopened, they were eager to suit up. “The pool was a godsend," said Barbara
Bonfires, music, haircuts, and more! Learn about Lag B’Omer and how we celebrate.
The SJCC Kesher Community Garden has been a beloved part of our campus for the past decade, and this past summer it became a lifeline for those experiencing food insecurity.
Each month the ECS leadership team chooses an article related to early childhood education that the faculty can read and reflect on. Read more from our teachers here.
This week marks two holidays: Yom Hazikaron (Israeli Memorial Day) and Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel Independence Day). Celebrate and honor these holidays with remembrances, songs, food, and our special Yom Ha'atzmaut DIY wine tasting.
Learn about Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) and how we honor the holiday.
When schools closed due to COVID-19 last March, Frank faced three bored kids at home needing attention, and a team of employees depending on his business for their livelihoods. When ECS reopened last July it provided much-needed stress relief—and a path forward.
Working from home and managing two young girls was a challenge for the Gandert family. Now that ECS has reopened, they're grateful for the education, community, and normalcy their kids are enjoying - even in this difficult year.