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Differing Abilities: Supporting Lifelong Learning at @CNSBerkeley Thursday, May 14 7-9 pm

Join us for a parent workshop presented by
Congregation Netivot Shalom's own
Debby Graudenz

Differing Abilities: Supporting Lifelong Learning
at Congregation Netivot Shalom
Thursday, May 14
7-9 pm

We all learn in different ways. Understanding who our children are,
how they learn, and what we as parents can do to support them can help them become avid, successful, lifelong learners. 

This workshop is free to all and free childcare is available with prior reservation.

Please RSVP to Lauren at preschool@netivotshalom.org for attendance and childcare requests.

Sponsored by The Jewish Federation of the East Bay, JF Library,
Congregation Netivot Shalom Preschool and JCC East Bay. 

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