On June 17 and 18, the SJCC's Early Childhood School held completion ceremonies for its PreK and Kindergarten classrooms. We were so excited to be able to welcome immediate families back to the J to celebrate with their children.
June is Pride Month. The annual celebration provides a wide variety of opportunities for us to celebrate, teach, learn and demonstrate our pride for the LGBTQ community. Learn more.
The 2020-21 teen philanthropists in the Giving Initiative for Teens (GIFT) raised more than $22,000 for five local organizations, which were distributed at a grant ceremony on May 19.
Truck Day was back in 2021 and it was an entire week! While it was different than previous years, it was filled with exploration, learning, lots of fun, and, of course, trucks. Take a look at this amazing week!
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
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.
On March 15, 2020, the SJCC closed in response to COVID-19. To mark this odd and unexpected milestone, the SJCC is reflecting back at what the past year has been for our community and our hopes for the year(s) to come.
The Stroum Jewish Community Center is proud to announce the 26th Seattle Jewish Film Festival returns for a virtual edition March 4-18, 2021. Join us for 18 films over the course of two weeks, streaming right from the comfort of your home.
Mark Madden was never an exercise class guy. He used to walk the hills in downtown Seattle on his lunchbreaks, but once he retired, his doctor told him needed to find new ways to stay active. That’s when he did…
The J’s Great Challah Contest attracted bakers of all ages — from 20-year veterans to preschoolers in our Early Childhood School. One of the youngest contestants was 13-year-old Alex Sayres. He may only be a teenager, but he’s no newcomer…