Updated 3/23

Following the recommendations of our medical advisory committee, TLC is returning to Bet Torah for limited in-person gatherings.

Our revised Kulanu/TLC Health Protocols were developed using up to date CDC and DOH recommendations, guidance from Bet Torah medical advisory group and are subject to change.

We are working hard to limit any possible exposures and minimize potential quarantining situations with designated seating 6-feet apart, new guidelines on what constitutes exposure, and updated health screening. Remote-only options are available.

We will continue to require face masks, social distancing, and no eating. Programs will be held in large spaces when indoors, and outdoors whenever possible. Remember our TLC arrival procedures: teens must wait in the car until staff check their Same-Day Health Questionnaire. This form must be completed by an adult, not by the teen.

 

Drash with the Rabbi will meet in-person at the Brusso family barn on Thursdays, April 22, May 20, and June 10.

Leadership Training Cohort will not gather in-person in March or April. We hope to be in-person in Mondays May 24 and June 7.

Madrichim will resume support of their assigned teacher and Kulanu class according to the hybrid model on Sunday, April 11. Please check placement for the in-person and remote schedule, by grade. Contact Robin Wald if you have questions.

Moving Traditions Groups (Rosh Hodesh and Shevet) will not gather in-person in March. We hope to be in-person later in the spring.

Nosh and Drash will meet in-person on Tuesdays, March 16 and 23, and April 20, 27, May 4, 11 and 25. Nosh will gather on Zoom April 6 (following the vacation) and April 13 for Zikaron BaSalon BaZoom. Our final end-of-year Nosh celebration will be on May 25.

 

Please email youth@bettorah.org if you have any questions or schedule a time to chat with Loen.

 

Thank you!

 

Loen Amer, Director of Experiential Learning for Children and Teens

Gina Fass, Director of Kulanu

Andy Lupatkin, Youth Chair