Children’s Jewish Education Group Opens Enrollment for 2021-2022 School Year with Virtual Open House

April 20, 2021, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Rye Brook, NY – Enrollment is now open for the 2021-2022 school year at Children’s Jewish Education Group (CJEG). All who are interested in learning more about CJEG’s programs are invited to an informative virtual Open House on April 20th at 7pm. Zoom guests will hear from current parents and staff as they give an overview of the programs and answer questions. Contact CJEG at info@cjeg.org for the Zoom link and for more information. Parents who are unable to attend on April 20 are welcome to contact CJEG for information by calling (914) 200-1520.

CJEG is an alternative Jewish cultural school run as a cooperative by parents. Children thrive meeting new friends and enjoy learning through and engaging, creative curriculum. Students learn Jewish culture, tradition, history and values through a series of lessons that integrate art, music and various hands-on activities. All lessons are especially designed to be age-appropriate for children in  grades K-7. This is a great option for families looking for an alternative to temple-based Hebrew School.

Throughout the school year, CJEG provides many opportunities for the school community  to celebrate together. Among them are a Rosh Hashanah celebration, Purim celebration, Family Seder, High Holiday services, music program, moving up ceremony and family tzedakah projects. For more information, visit their website www.CJEG.org.

 

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About Children’s Jewish Education Group:

Founded in 1961, the Children’s Jewish Education Group (CJEG) is a cooperative school developed and run by parents. The school is a welcoming, relaxed, and diverse group for families looking for an alternative to temple-based Hebrew school. CJEG fosters a sense of Jewish identity by introducing children to Jewish culture, tradition, history and values, while also embracing the diversity of our school community.