October 26, 2015

Mirowitz teachers and parents are a team. Together we celebrate a child’s greatness, and together we workthrough challenging moments. Together we strive to give them an idyllic childhood and also to “teach them to swim.” ObeTU9BxvSXz0gJDeXlP13ubeiyM5wGtjgVFg1svHUXtE0-sDA6kg_JHf7axnOn_IY_QkgE8R81gBnlFnM03KQw61N8k8QPft6p2-A=s0-d-e1-ft

The parent teacher conferences we held this week were an opportunity to connect as your child’s team of adults. We shared information about academic progress and discussed both strengths and challenges. But our work goes far beyond the mechanics of the conference…for we know that the job of raising children is holy work.

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The best way to help move every child to her or his potential is together, as a team of loving adults who want the very best for each child. Thanks in advance for taking the time to partner with us! We look forward to seeing you at school.s06pG_xgaS_KBPT5YRj1ik0LHWB8E_UFsmawyv5wD0HDSywSJGk55_KcLX2Kj7RSlAWsM0tWbLRyyVIkrvO2b2HZivOGnRNNA8U0=s0-d-e1-ft

Shabbat Shalom,

Morah Cheryl