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                                     DEI&A                 (Diversity, Equality, Inclusion & Action)

 

STATEMENT OF DIVERSITY

At Temple Beth Hillel - Beth El, we strive to create an atmosphere where all families feel welcome.  Our Board of Directors works to ensure that our constitution, by-laws and policies reflect this attitude, by including non-Jewish spouses as members, providing opportunities for non-Jewish members to participate in life-cycle celebrations during services in meaningful and appropriate ways and recognizing same-sex marriages.

In our school, we work to ensure that our faculty, administrators, staff, parents and students are sensitive in their language and their deeds to ensure that everyone is respected for who they are.  The TBH-BE community includes interfaith families as well as families with non-Jewish grandparents or other relatives.  We work to ensure that the language in our school is respectful towards the traditions of non-Jewish relatives, while clearly teaching about the distinctive aspects of Jewish traditions  and celebrations.

                                              

Click here to download this brochure.                    Click here to download this flyer.

Inclusion Policy/Tikvah - INCLUSION IS NOT A LUXURY!

We welcome all children into our school, and work with families to meet the needs of children with a wide range of learning, social, and physical challenges.We have program opportunities for students who are able to participate in our typical classes, as well as our Tikvah class for students whose needs are best met in a separate space.

If your child has a special need, please be sure to contact Lisa Richman, Religious School Director,  at lrichman@tbhbe.org or Audrey Perlman, Coordinator for Student Success, at aperlman@tbhbe.org

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