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This is “Y” Moments of the Week

Yavneh is celebrating the joy of reading for Reading Week. Thank you to everyone who came by to visit or shop at this year’s Book Fair & Holiday Bazaar! Just a friendly reminder, there is still time to snag any last-minute books or gifts. Purchases can be made online up until November 28th by clicking HERE

This year’s Fair was a resounding success. Not only were funds raised to support Yavneh, but it provided an opportunity for everyone to come together as a community. Thank you to Rabbi Matzkin with Jewish Silicon Valley’s PJ Library, who joined us for these eventful 2 days. We would also like to give special thanks to the incredible volunteers who made this event happen.

A huge thank you goes to YPA President, Elisa Schweizer, for putting this event together and organizing all of the many details – thank you, Elisa!

Thank you to the amazing current and past parents who came out to help set up, work the fair, and break everything down: Nurit Ambrose, Tal Benaroya, Suzana Fischer, Jen Hill, Shai Miller, Orit Keinan-Nahon, Erin Ostilly, Hadas Raveh, and Rebecca Silberstein. Thank you – we are so grateful!

And finally, thank you to our rock-star students who volunteered during their breaks and after school to make sure the Fair was a success – Aviv, Ella, and Ellie. You all did great work to help your school and fellow classmates and we couldn’t be more proud!

Our Yavneh community proudly walked in Sunday’s Los Gatos United Against Hate Walk.

Students and faculty dressed up as their favorite book characters yesterday.

The entire school participated in a “DEAR” Drop Everything And Read this week.

All classes were visited by mystery readers this week.

5th Grade/Kitah Hay students presented their 3D models of the atmosphere in STEAM as part of their meteorology unit.

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