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GENERATIONS: KIDS & TEENS JEWISH EDUCATION KOL HALEV, CLEVELAND’S RECONSTRUCTIONIST JEWISH COMMUNITY Services & Programs Address The Lillian and Betty Ratner School 27575 Shaker Blvd. Pepper Pike, OH 44124 Mailing Address/Administrative Office 2245 Warrensville Center Road, Suite 215 University Heights, OH 44118 P: 216-320-1498 E: info@kolhalev.net W: kolhalev.net Rabbi Steve Segar, Rabbi Robyn Novick, Director of Youth and Family Education Kol HaLev’s innovative youth education programming focuses on experiential learning and develops questioning minds. Shabbat morning “Hagiga” (celebration) programs for tots through eighth grade, Hebrew language t’filah classes, teen youth group, intergenerational programming, and b’nai mitzvah cohort-based study inspire lifelong learning, engagement with Reconstructionism and service to the Jewish community and beyond. MALTZ MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE 2929 Richmond Road Beachwood, OH 44122 P: 216-593-0575 F: 216-593-0576 E: info@mmjh.org W: maltzmuseum.org Exploring history, culture and identity, Maltz Museum tours help develop students’ critical thinking and observation skills while engaging in meaningful dialogue about discrimination, social responsibility and other issues relevant to today’s society. Hands-on learning is aligned with Ohio Learning Standards in social studies, language arts and fine arts. Visitation underwriting is available for eligible schools. THE SHUL 30799 Pinetree Road, #401 Pepper Pike, OH 44124 P: 216-509-9969 E: rabbieddie@theshul.us W: theshul.us Rabbi Eddie Sukol, Rabbi The Shul: An innovative center for Jewish outreach. We reach out to everyone interested in enlivening their Jewish identity and observance through study, spiritual practice, prayer, celebration of life events and community involvement. We are a new model of synagogue, without mandatory dues or requirement for membership.

SUBURBAN TEMPLE-KOL AMI 22401 Chagrin Blvd. Beachwood, OH 44122 P: 216-991-0700 F: 216-991-0705 E: info@suburbantemple.org W: suburbantemple.org FB: facebook.com/Suburban-Temple-Kol-Ami Rabbi Allison Vann, Rabbi Brett Shankman, Executive Director Rabbi Shana Nyer, Director of Lifelong Learning Our Tent: Innovative Jewish Learning for Everyone. Sunday morning, 9 a.m. to noon. Our program is for adults and children, young and old and all those in between. It’s for those who want to learn together with all age groups and for those who want to learn with their peers. It’s for those who prefer to learn through a book or lecture and for those who want to learn through experience and expression of their creativity. It’s for those who want to explore history and those who want to dream about the future. YABI NURSERY AND CHILD CARE 2308 Warrensville Center Road University Heights, OH 44118 P: 216-932-7664 E: lindaben@ameritech.net Quality Care with a Jewish Flair! YABI has specialized in infant, toddler and preschool care for the past 32 years under the continuous directorship of Linda Bensoussan. We focus on nurturing a child’s self-image in a creative Jewish environment that is fully licensed by the state of Ohio. We accept children ages six weeks to four years old. Open 7:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. year round.

OUTREACH PROGRAMS JFSA – JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION KNOW ABUSE™ – Teen Dating Violence Prevention Outreach 24075 Commerce Park Beachwood, OH 44122 P: 216-292-3999 F: 216-292-6313 W: jfsa-cleveland.org FB: facebook.com/jfsaknowabuse Ginny Galili, Executive Director KNOW ABUSE™ uses a peer-to-peer model to teach teens about bullying and healthy relationships at local high schools. Teens volunteer to perform in the play and serve on the advisory panel. Intensive training for peer educators or other teen leadership groups also available. NOTE: All JFSA offices are moving in spring 2019 and will be located at 29125 Chagrin Blvd., Pepper Pike, OH 44124.

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