Books in hand, masks on faces, children at Cheder Chabad of Baltimore began their new school year on Wednesday with positive messages and COVID-19 precautions.
By Anash.org reporter
The new school year began in Cheder Chabad of Baltimore on Wednesday with smiles from the children, positive messages adorning the walls, and COVID-19 precautions in each classroom.
Children and teachers were required to wear a mask while inside the school building, and hand sanitizing stations were placed throughout the building.
The school put a positive spin to the health regulations, with cheerful wall signs spreading positive messages such as ‘Don’t Mask Your Smile’, Thank You Hashem’, and ‘Think Good’.
Cheder Chabad of Baltimore has gained a stellar reputation for its warm, nurturing preschool and growing, Cheder-style elementary school. Cheder Chabad now hosts over 300 students in the historic Beth Jacob synagogue campus and includes a vibrant preschool, boys elementary, and a girls elementary through 7th grade. The school caters to the students of the Jewish community across Maryland and southern Pennsylvania.
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