Here, parents have access to important information for the year. They can print registration forms, as well as view the parent handbook and our policies and procedures. They can also register for child care and early childhood programs, our hot lunch program, Shabbat challah and Summer Adventure Camp.
Here you can find links to our 2021-2022 Child Care and 2021-2022 Early Childhood Calendars. Read over your child’s applicable calendar to note important dates and school closures and then save or print for future reference.
Updated Medical Evaluation Form DH 3040 and Certificate of Immunization DH 680, provided to you by your pediatrician, must be submitted before the start of school.
Parents and teachers use Brightwheel, an easy-to-use childcare phone app to communicate classroom information and photos. This allows for our teachers to reduce paperwork, record student progress and milestones, and stay in touch with student’s families.
Parents check their inbox every Sunday morning to receive information about school-wide events and updates.
Follow Temple Beth El on Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to the weekly emails to stay up to date on events, issues and messages from our clergy.
Early Learning Center Families can also join the closed Beth El Early Learning Center Facebook group. There, parents get reminders of upcoming important dates, learn about Temple events and see photo highlights from the week.
In an emergency such as a school closing due to hurricane, parents will recieve a text message with critical information.
Of course, parents can always call the school office at 561-391-9091 with any questions or concerns.
Parenthood Members may serve on various committees such as Social Programs, Book Fair, Staff Appreciation Week, Yearbook and Graduation. Members are not required to volunteer their time. All Beth El Early Learning Center parents and grandparents are welcome to join.
The children celebrate Shabbat each Friday morning with teachers and friends. Families celebrate Tot Shabbat together with their children on select Friday evenings throughout the school year.
The children celebrate holidays in their classrooms throughout the year. Families are invited to join the celebration on certain holidays, including a Passover seder and a Sukkah experience.