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Religious School Grades 1-6 Classroom Sunday
Starts: 9:00 am
Ends: December 16, 2018 - 12:00 pm
Grade 3 Great God Hunt Program
Starts: 9:00 am
Ends: December 16, 2018 - 12:00 pm
Discoveries and Success as a Teen Author with Mandi Lynn
Starts: 12:15 pm
Ends: December 16, 2018 - 1:45 pm
Description: Discoveries and Success as a Teen Author with Mandi Lynn
Sunday, December 16, 12:15 and 5:00 PM


In our religious school program, we emphasize Tikkun Olam, repairing the world, to influence our students to become mensches, good people. With the B'nai Mitzvah Project, Tikkun Olam Family Programs, workshops, youth group social action events, a social justice advocacy trip to Washington DC with the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, and more, we educate and empower youth.

On December 16, we welcome guest speaker Mandi Lynn, who took the initiative to discover and succeed as a teenager.

Mandi Lynn published her first novel when she was seventeen. The author of Essence, I am Mercy and She's Not Here, Mandi spends her days continuing to write and creating YouTube videos to help other writers achieve their dreams of seeing their books published. Mandi is the creator of AuthorTube Academy, a course that teaches authors how to grow their presence on YouTube and find loyal readers. When she's not creating, Mandi can be found exploring her backyard or getting lost in the woods.

There are several reasons for bringing Mandi to our school. First, our students will enjoy meeting a young adult who followed her passions and exceeded common expectations for high schoolers. Students should be able to envision themselves influencing thousands of people the way Mandi did with her Youtube channel and her novels. Second, our annual gala, A Storied Affair, will have a category for Bet Ha'am students. I want to encourage all students to write and submit by February. Third, students should hear about the obstacles Mandi faced as a minor with adult goals. When they hear what she did to reach where she is today, not far beyond high school, it will reinforce the grit within to reach their goals.

There will be two programs: one for the morning program and one for the evening program. The morning program will take place from 12:15-1:15 PM. The target age group is 4th-6th graders, but all students and families are welcome. Mandi is available to sign books after the event. In the evening, the 7th-10th graders (and any interested 11th-12th graders) will have a workshop with Mandi from 5:00-6:00 PM, also followed by a book signing. It will be a great way to wrap up our 2018 religious school year. Please join us on December 16 to hear Mandi Lynn speak!
Discoveries and Success as a Teen Author with Mandi Lynn
Starts: 5:00 pm
Ends: December 16, 2018 - 6:30 pm
Description: Discoveries and Success as a Teen Author with Mandi Lynn
Sunday, December 16, 12:15 and 5:00 PM



In our religious school program, we emphasize Tikkun Olam, repairing the world, to influence our students to become mensches, good people. With the B'nai Mitzvah Project, Tikkun Olam Family Programs, workshops, youth group social action events, a social justice advocacy trip to Washington DC with the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, and more, we educate and empower youth.

On December 16, we welcome guest speaker Mandi Lynn, who took the initiative to discover and succeed as a teenager.

Mandi Lynn published her first novel when she was seventeen. The author of Essence, I am Mercy and She's Not Here, Mandi spends her days continuing to write and creating YouTube videos to help other writers achieve their dreams of seeing their books published. Mandi is the creator of AuthorTube Academy, a course that teaches authors how to grow their presence on YouTube and find loyal readers. When she's not creating, Mandi can be found exploring her backyard or getting lost in the woods.

There are several reasons for bringing Mandi to our school. First, our students will enjoy meeting a young adult who followed her passions and exceeded common expectations for high schoolers. Students should be able to envision themselves influencing thousands of people the way Mandi did with her Youtube channel and her novels. Second, our annual gala, A Storied Affair, will have a category for Bet Ha'am students. I want to encourage all students to write and submit by February. Third, students should hear about the obstacles Mandi faced as a minor with adult goals. When they hear what she did to reach where she is today, not far beyond high school, it will reinforce the grit within to reach their goals.

There will be two programs: one for the morning program and one for the evening program. The morning program will take place from 12:15-1:15 PM. The target age group is 4th-6th graders, but all students and families are welcome. Mandi is available to sign books after the event. In the evening, the 7th-10th graders (and any interested 11th-12th graders) will have a workshop with Mandi from 5:00-6:00 PM, also followed by a book signing. It will be a great way to wrap up our 2018 religious school year. Please join us on December 16 to hear Mandi Lynn speak!
Grades 7-10 Games Night
Starts: 5:00 pm
Ends: December 16, 2018 - 7:30 pm

Special Upcoming Event

Special Guest Author: Mandi Lynn

Sun December 16th 2018 - Sun December 16th 2018

12:15 PM-6:00 PM


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