We will be implementing partial outdoor classroom learning – weather permitting – which will help us in our efforts to reopen school as safely as possible. In addition to a lower risk of disease transmission in the open air, studies have shown that being outside and learning in a natural environment reduces stress and increases positive emotions. The added psychological benefit of an outdoor education is especially important during these uncertain times, as kids have had to adapt to a new normal in their daily routines. We are fortunate to have spacious grounds on which to offer this unique experience for your children.
Monday – Gym
Tuesday – Soccer
Wednesday – Nature Center
Thursday – Gardening
Friday – Dance and Shabbat Celebration
Chabad Lubavitch of Greenwich – a branch of the worldwide Chabad Lubavitch movement, founded by the Rebbe, of righteous memory – is a community that welcomes people of diverse Jewish backgrounds and all ages. Our vibrant synagogue center provides educational opportunities and social services in an inclusive non-judgmental environment. The guiding principles of the Chabad movement and its thousands of centers worldwide, are “Torat Chayim” – Judaism is a fountain of eternal wisdom for meaningful living, and “Ahavat Yisrael” – unconditional love for our fellow. Every center is financially self-supporting; our funding comes from generous donors in Greenwich and remains here.