Message from Marcy Goldberg, Director of Education

Dear Parents,

It was wonderful to see the strength of the TAE Religious School community shine through the last few months of the 2019/2020 school year. We are proud of our students, who showed resilience in adapting to new ways of learning. We are thankful to our teachers, who worked tirelessly to continue engaging and inspiring our students. And we are awed by you, our parents, who have partnered with us to educate your children in a scenario none of us could have imagined. We know that you all have numerous questions regarding the upcoming school year, and in this message, we hope to create some clarity of how we will move forward.

Based upon recommendations from Ventura County CDC and local school districts, we will begin our school year virtually.  The feedback from our surveys and a parent think tank, is guiding us in reimagining our K – 12th grade curriculum. Our grade level themes will focus on interesting and challenging problems that our students will work to solve using Jewish knowledge and skills. This model of learning will be more interesting, more engaging, more collaborative, more creative, and more applicable in our children’s lives.

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10th Grade Confirmation

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