After a very long day, thankfully, all of our students and staff are on their way home. Thank you to all of our incredible students, who despite many of the buses not arriving, remained calm and enjoyed their time together. A special thank you to our dedicated faculty members who stayed and made the time fun for all students. It was especially heartwarming how many Moriah parents offered to help and take other children home.
Due to the road conditions, we will be having a 30 minute delayed opening tomorrow. Middle School will start at 8:30 am with tefillah and Lower School will start at 9 am. Buses will pick up students 30 minutes after their regular pick up time. Drop off for Lower School will start at 8:45 am. Early drop off will open at 8 am.
Have a good night, stay safe!
Tonight's lecture at Cong. Ahavath Torah is cancelled.
Why Give to Moriah? A gift to Moriah is an investment in our students, teachers and our future. 87% of our operational costs are the salaries and benefits for our faculty and staff. Dollars raised also are spent on The Allen Stern Memorial Scholarship Fund, professional development, technology, student support services and other educational needs of the school.
How to make a gift to Moriah? Through a donation of: Cash, Stock, Real estate, Life Insurance, Planned Gift/ Bequest,Corporate Gifts, Matching Gifts, Family/ Private Foundations or Business Advertisement.
Opportunities for Giving at Moriah
The Annual Campaign
The Annual Campaign is the cornerstone of Moriah's Development Program and plays a critical role in helping Moriah maintain its high level of academic excellence. Gifts from parents, grandparents, friends, faculty, staff and alumni are all used to supplement tuition, which does not fully cover the cost of a Moriah education.
Grandparent Giving Circle
Join the growing list of Moriah grandparents generously supporting Moriah in honor of their grandchildren.
Major Gifts and Endowment Fund Dedication
Opportunities are available to name classrooms and other educational spaces. Endowment gifts contribute to the long term stability of The Moriah School.
Contributions can be made to celebrate, honor or memorialize a loved one or colleague. The Moriah School will send a personalized card acknowledging your gift to the individual or family you designate.
The Parnes HaYom Program is the opportunity to dedicate a day of learning at school in memory of, honor of, or in the z’chut of a refuah shleima, the merit of a recovery of a loved one. •The dedication will be displayed prominently on the digital signage board in the main lobby •The dedication will be announced at morning tefillah. The cost for this program is $180 or $613 for the week.
For further information about philanthropic opportunities, please contact Erik Kessler at 201-567-0208 ext. 376 or by emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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