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Temple Beth Torah’s Religious School Open House


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Temple Beth Torah invites all to check out their Sunday-only Religious School on March 31, 2019, from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. This school-wide event is open to Jewish and Interfaith families looking for an education for their children in kindergarten through 7th-grade. Serving as the perfect opportunity to meet the teachers and clergy, students will be able to experience the school first-hand as they participate in special classroom activities.

The Open House ends with a special school-wide chocolate Seder, in preparation of Passover. Learn more about the event online, and RSVP directly to [email protected].

What: Temple Beth Torah’s Religious School Open House
When: March 31, 2019; find the time(s) here
Where: Temple Beth Torah, 4212 Technology Ct., Chantilly, VA 20151
Event Details: Find them here

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