Weekly Newsletter- February 4 2022

February 4, 2022 / Adar 3, 5782

Shabbat Begins: 4:56 p.m.  Shabbat Ends: 6:06 p.m.  
King David is looking to replace much of our furniture and equipment. It has done well to last for 17 years with all the wear and tear typical teenager use entails. We also have to completely furnish our new learning spaces being built this Spring courtesy of the Diamond Foundation.

As part of “King David 2.0”, students were asked to add their input about classroom furniture. Near the front office there is a display of potential options for new student desks and chairs. Students have been invited to sample each of the three chairs and three desks and then share opinions by scanning a QR code and completing a quick survey. So far, nearly 100 students have added their voice and views on the desk and chair options. The display will be up for another week so there’s still time for students to participate.
Ms. Ripley’s Composition 11 class worked very creatively to complete their final Video Play assignments for Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” this past week. In groups, students worked to translate the original play into modern scripts with a twist before filming their scenes all around the school. With new takes on characters, settings, and styles, these video plays are sure to make for an incredible Shakespearean Film Festival! 
“Lunchtime in the Music Room looks a lot like a Music 10 class,” says Music teacher, Johnny Seguin. Pictured above: Zach Fisher, Josh Malowicki, Luca Jeffery, Netta Mizrahi, Max Forman, and Jonathan Estok utilize the time to relax and practice their skills.
We are always delighted by the strong connection our alumni still feel to King David. This week, Ma’ayan Fadida, Class of 2016, joined us as a TOC! Ma’ayan attended MacMaster University where she completed her undergraduate Life Sciences degree and she is currently at UBC completing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Thank you to the Jewish Federation for surprising our staff with a generous gift to recognize the exemplary work they are doing for our students and their families! Todah Rabah!
Annual Book Sale
Jewish Public Library

February 6-10
10:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.

3 Part Virtual Mini-series: “Community: Protecting, Sustaining, & Growing”
Beth Hamidrash and The Jewish Federation

First Session:
Monday, February 7
7:00 p.m.

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Family Hour- How to be a Mensch
The Kollel

Begins Wednesday, February 9

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Jewish History, but Skipping the Boring Parts: A Prime Time BI Scholar in Residence with Dr. Henry Abramson
Congregation Beth Israel

First Session:
Wednesday, February 9
7:00 p.m. on Zoom

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Shabbat in the Shuk Cooking Class in honour of Hannah Merkur’s Bat Mitzvah

February 10 4:00-5:30 p.m. and 7:00- 8:30 p.m.

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MASA Gap Year Q&A

Sunday, February 13
10:00 – 1:00 a.m. PST

Masa is committed to helping students take a life-changing journey in Israel.

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Antisemitism On Campus:
How to Identify and Combat
It (Grade 11 & 12)

Monday, February 14
5:30-7:30 p.m.

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Info Night for the JCC Maccabi Games 2022

February 17 6:30 p.m.

Learn about being part of Team Vancouver at the JCC Maccabi Games, hosted by our good friends of the Jewish community of San Diego,
July 31 – August 5!

For more info and zoom link email [email protected]
Canada USY National Convention

March 11-14

An immersive March Break Jewish experience in Toronto for teens grade 9-12.

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JCC Teen Council

Join the JCC Teen Council which meets 4 times a year. For more info, email [email protected] before February 10.
Shabbat Kids Club
Congregation Schara Tzedeck

Every Shabbat
10:00 – 11:30 a.m.


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