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Universal Preschool: What could this mean for Jewish ECE? Done - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Meytin (she,her)
16:10
Sarah Meytin, Bender ECC, Rockville, MD
Robin Masnicoff
16:10
Robin Masnicoff Beth Shir Shalom Santa Monica California
Sarah Meytin (she,her)
16:16
(Sarah, she/her)
Nancy Goldberg
16:17
Nancy Goldberg - Bnai Israel - Rockville, Maryland
Michelle Izadi
16:21
Michelle Izadi Allston, Ma Yal Day New Daycare
Ellyn Weisz
16:25
Ellyn Weisz Beth Tikvah Congregation ECC Hoffman Estates IL
Rebecca Gautieri
16:26
Rebecca Gautieri, Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville, MD
Sharon (she/her) Rosenberg-Scholl
16:27
Temple Israel Early Childhood Center, Minneapolis
Ray Sherman
16:29
Ray Sherman JCYS Wicker Park Chicago
carol paster
16:29
South Orange, NJ
Faye Tonkonogy
16:31
Faye Tonkonogy, Director of Early Education at Temple Israel ,Natick, Ma
Lisa Cooper
16:31
Lisa Cooper, Staenberg Omaha JCC
Denise Crevin
16:36
Hi everyone! I'm Denise Crevin in Sacramento, CA from Shalom School.
Sarah Ruderman
16:37
Sarah Ruderman Wilensky(she/her), I live in Boston and work for the Harold Grinspoon Foundation/PJ Library.
Kathy Pomer
16:37
Bryans Road, MD!
Anita Denes-Meador, JCC Chicago Early Childhood
16:39
Anita Denes-Meador, JCC Chicago Early Childhood, she/her
Alan Brown
16:52
BJE Chicago ECC
Debbie Deutsch
16:54
Debbie Deutsch, Etz Chaim Preschool, Marietta, GA she/her/hers
Mary Lou Allen
16:55
mary Lou Allen from NJ I am an Infant Toddler mental health consultant for Montclair State University
Anna Hartman
17:01
Shma Koleinu! Hear Our Voices
Anna Hartman
17:15
https://www.jparadigm.org/hearourvoices
Alana Levitt
17:16
Hi from Kehillat Israel in Pacific Palisades, CA
Alyse Eisenberg
17:21
Alyse Eisenberg- EC Specialist, Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas
Elizabeth Gebert
17:28
Liz Gebert, KinderPlace JCC , Stamford Connecticut
Stephanie Lerner
17:33
Stephanie Lerner (she/her), Temple Shir Tikva Early Learning Center, Wayland MA
Michelle Singer
17:36
Michelle Singer - Director, Beth Sholom ECC Potomac,. MD
Debbie Ungar
18:37
Debbie Ungar, Director, Tikvat Israel ECC
Anna Hartman
18:38
As a Shma Koleinu team, we do take a stand on whether or not your early childhood center should offer a universal preschool program.
Katie Kang
18:45
Katie Kang, Tuvia School of Temple Menorah
Anna Hartman
18:52
We DO believe that more investment in early childhood education is a good thing so long as these investments are coupled with compensation equity for our educators, practices that are good for children, and further commitment to the development of the 0-3 sector.
Debby Kinman-Ford
19:10
Debby Kinman-Ford- Director, Cedarville Global Community School Gainesville Fl.
Anna Hartman
19:29
EEK? Typo alert! Should have said: As a Shma Koleinu team, we do NOT take a stand on whether or not your early childhood center should offer a universal preschool program.
Abby Andiman Mars
19:50
Abby Andiman Mars, ECC Director @ Valley Beth Shalom, LA, CA
Anna Hartman
20:13
B’rit: Covenant
Noah Hichenberg
20:17
Noah Hichenberg, Gan HaYeled Preschool Director @ Adas Israel Congregation, Washington DC.
Ilana Friedman
20:32
Ilana Dvorin Friedman she, her. Instructor, Consultant, and Researcher from Chicago.
Anna Hartman
21:06
Partnering with God in repairing the world
Hannah Bloom-Hirschberg
21:26
Hannah Bloom-Hirschberg, she/her, JECELI
Anna Hartman
21:28
The word brit is literally translated as circle, ring, or chain
Anna Hartman
21:54
“A brit is made when free agents, respecting oneanother's freedom, bind themselves by a mutual promise to work together, to be loyal to oneanother, and to achieve together what neither can achieve alone.” —R. Jonathan Sacks
Anna Hartman
23:22
“A brit is made when free agents, respecting one another’s freedom, bind themselves by a mutual promise to work together, to be loyal to one another, and to achieve together what neither can achieve alone.” —Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
Anna Hartman
23:48
What is exciting in the early outline of this plan? What is missing?
Anna Hartman
24:00
Let’s bring both an appreciative lens and a critical lens.
Anna Hartman
24:15
American Families Plan
Anna Hartman
25:02
Includes $1 trillion investment in childcare and $800 billion in tax cuts for families
Anna Hartman
25:29
These details from Sara are focused on what is relevant to today’s discussion re:childcare and education
Anna Hartman
26:51
A big idea in the American Families Plan is free universal preschool for 3s and 4s. With new attention to wraparound care.
Anna Hartman
27:14
Slides and recording will be available tomorrow at jparadigm.org/series
Alana Levitt
28:17
Wraparound care- WHAT IS WRAPAROUND?Wraparound differs from many service delivery strategies, in that it provides a comprehensive, holistic, youth and family-driven way of responding when children or youth experience serious mental health or behavioral challenges. Wraparound puts the child or youth and family at the center.
Anna Hartman
28:25
Elements that include teacher development
Anna Hartman
29:13
Permanence for tax credits for families.
Anna Hartman
29:36
QUESTION: What do you appreciate about this plan and what do you think is missing?
Aliza Plotkin
29:52
Where is zero to three?
Anna Hartman
30:03
Please share your reflections in the chat
Kathy Pomer (she/her) JCC Association
30:12
I’d like to know how we can help define quality for all
Anita Denes-Meador, JCC Chicago Early Childhood
30:16
I am concerned how we are going to compete with out public schools in terms of hiring
Aliza Plotkin
30:17
Who will qualify for the 15 dollars an hour? What will be required
Sara Wasserman (she/her)
30:18
provisions are for pre-k teachers only
Debbie Deutsch
30:20
Appreciate the sliding scale for families
Robin Masnicoff
30:28
15 dollars an hour is really low for our state..
Lisa Cooper
30:29
What training requirements will be required for current teachers?
Debbie Deutsch
30:42
Which employees will receive the minimum salary of $15?
Anna Hartman
30:56
These comments are great
Ronit Ben-Shir
31:18
what about salary for teachers who are in the field for 5 or more years
robin Meyerowitz
31:25
How will be practically play out in my state?\
Rebecca Gautieri
31:41
Will "quality" be defined at the Federal or State level?
Anna Hartman
32:05
Welcoming Edye Summerfield Disner from the peach state (Georgia)!
Anna Hartman
32:17
Worked for state of GA in universal perk division
Sasha Kopp
32:20
Edye Summerfield is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and holds a Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education/child development. Her career as an early childhood educator spans over 30 years and includes working for the state of Ga universal Pre-K program where she monitored 175 funded programs, serving as the director of a for profit, chain childcare center that housed 2 universal Pre-K classrooms, directing a synagogue based preschool, and serving on the board of the Early Childhood Educators of Reform Judaism. Today, she is the director of a privately owned early learning center with an enrollment of over 150 children (infants through kindergarten).
Anna Hartman
32:38
Very intrigued about the national program,: Will it be funded the way has been funded by past states?
Anna Hartman
33:05
In GA this was started with the advent of the lottery program. Monies went to a specifically education budget rather than state budget.
Anna Hartman
33:15
Monies to college and prek.
Ellyn Weisz
33:21
Impressive
Anna Hartman
33:29
Expanded so that anyone who wanted to offer could apply.
Anna Hartman
33:52
Classes of 20 at each location—funding a class.
Anna Hartman
34:25
At the state we would work with schools on startup costs—8k startup for each to enhance to quality level.
Anna Hartman
34:37
Reimbursement rate per child was based on teacher credentials.
Anna Hartman
34:51
How will salaries be done in the future?
Mary Lou Allen
35:19
Do UPK teachers have to be certified teachers? does it depend on each state?
Anna Hartman
35:21
Edye monitored 175 schools, about 360 classrooms. Schools would have 1-7 Georgia Prek classrooms.
Anna Hartman
35:42
Edye only looked at the press. Other licensing folks did other ages.
Anna Hartman
36:20
What if only funded per child? This is the case in Florida. Harder to focus on visiting all of these places and ensuring quality.
Anna Hartman
36:47
Some faith-based programs were put off by not being able to go to shabbat, say prayer before meals, have an ark in the classrooms.
Katie Kang, MAEd - Tuvia School of Temple Menorah
36:49
I wonder if per child funding could be managed by our resource and referral agencies.
Anna Hartman
36:53
Hebrew was ok.
Anna Hartman
37:18
Therefore there are no Jewish Georgia preks in Georgia.
Rebecca Gautieri
37:19
IS the whole day funded or can you have a partial day that is faith based?
Katie Kang, MAEd - Tuvia School of Temple Menorah
37:29
So can those funded classrooms, that aren't faith based, allowed to do Christmas and easter?
Anna Hartman
38:10
Required to offer 6.5 hour of prek, including lunch and nap
Anna Hartman
38:24
Could you say something about salary caps, testing, curriculum?
Debby Kinman-Ford
38:28
Are any schools able to create their own curriculum? In Fl. they have to use 'canned' curriculum.
Anna Hartman
38:43
Can’t hand out bible, but can have Christmas tree.
Anna Hartman
38:49
Yes to Chanukah, no to blessings
robin Meyerowitz
39:05
I heard that we can teach torah as cultural Is that true?
Robin Masnicoff
39:06
do feel that Faith Based will be different in each state?
Anna Hartman
39:20
In GA, there are 6/7 approved curriculum models, such as Highscope, Montessori, Bank Street, and others.
robin Meyerowitz
39:33
Also, can you daven outside of the 6 hours?
Anna Hartman
39:36
Some chain childcares have gotten own curricula approved
Robin Masnicoff
40:02
If families are picking what works best for their children why can they not pick what curriculum is best for their child?
Anna Hartman
40:14
Site visitors from the state look at curriculum implementation
Anna Hartman
40:25
Longitudinal studies in GA following these children!
robin Meyerowitz
40:58
Does that state pay the teachers?
Anna Hartman
41:21
Regulatory services were separate, also from the state
Anna Hartman
41:41
Reimbursement rate based on where school is located, taking into account cost of living.
Anna Hartman
42:23
Would have eliminated our longtime teachers without proper credentials
Anna Hartman
42:35
Think of teachers who may be 60+
Anna Hartman
42:51
Reimbursement rates depend on number of children.
Rebecca Gautieri
43:15
did the programs who chose not to participate suffer enrollment losses?
robin Meyerowitz
43:17
Do you have to be ECE cerified first?
Anna Hartman
43:33
Thank you Edye!
Sasha Kopp
43:34
Stacy Synold currently serves as the Director of Early Childhood Education at the Harry and Rose Samson Jewish Community Center in Milwaukee, WI. Beginning in August, Stacy is excited to begin her tenure as the Lower Head of School at University Lake School, a preK-12 th grade college prep school, where the lower school is focused on the principles of the schools of Reggio Emilia. Previously, Stacy was the Executive Director of Preschool of the Arts, a progressive, Reggio Emilia inspired school in Madison, WI.
Anna Hartman
44:30
Welcoming Stacy Synold, from the JCC in Milwaukee. She is also a former director at Preschool of the Arts in Madison, WI.
Anna Hartman
45:08
WI has long history of public prek for 4 yr olds, especially with so many German settlers, with their belief in kindergarten.
Anna Hartman
45:54
Today: school district approach or community-based approach.
Edye Summerfield Disner
46:09
Per Robin's question regarding being ECE certified: In GA, elementary schools would not have been "licensed" but the childcare programs were.
Anna Hartman
46:21
Former in a a public elementary school. Community is in a center not in the public school.
Anna Hartman
46:50
This model rose up again in the 1970s as women went into the workforce in droves.
Anna Hartman
48:02
In the 5 school districts in Milwaukee, all the prek4 is in the public elementary schools. AND we still have a v popular prek that families pay for. JCC offers wraparound care for prek4 students.
Anna Hartman
49:27
In Madison, when Stacy was working in a secular private preschool, the school got funds as a community-based program. Needed to be accredited program via NAEYC or city of Madison (very high level). School district sets amount of funds. 3500 per yer per child came in. We used funds to increase educator pay and increase scholarships—we kept tuition as is.
Anna Hartman
49:53
We included wraparound care since the program only was 2.25 hours covered by the state.
Anna Hartman
50:01
Transportation is a huge part of all of this.
Anna Hartman
50:13
Much info needs to get to parents.
Anna Hartman
51:00
Has become amazing bridge for families between our ECE programs and our JCC. They start with us, then come to us for wraparound care in prek4, and then join JCC youth programs.
Anna Hartman
51:15
Becomes very holistic as we work in partnership with the school district.
Anna Hartman
51:57
In the school district version, we as wraparound providers provide our own curriculum, but we try to understand what is happening in the prek4 programs
Anna Hartman
52:46
As far as community approach, religious stuff must be eliminated from those 2.25 hours (did I hear that right or did she say 2.5?).
Anna Hartman
53:30
“I don’t feel afraid of 4 yr old K coming to us.” -Stacy. It is something we know and understand. T
Anna Hartman
53:42
Starting to use the language of 3k to be proactive as we look ahead.
Robin Masnicoff
53:43
Do you ot have religious objects in the classroom?
Anna Hartman
54:21
4yr old program 2.18 hours!
Sasha Kopp
54:37
Any other questions?
Anna Hartman
54:55
As far as religious objects, Stacy does not know.
Anna Hartman
55:34
Thank you Stacy!!
Anna Hartman
56:58
Lynn Fisher in NY at Forest Hills Jewish Center, which is an ECE at a Conservative synagogue.
Anna Hartman
57:23
Nine years ago began journey of incorporating Reggio-inspired thinking and practices.
Anna Hartman
57:59
Program was thriving, expanding our family engagement and more.
Anna Hartman
58:26
And then came universal prek in NYC.
Anna Hartman
58:32
Significant hit.
Anna Hartman
58:59
18-20 in each of two preks before this. Eventually only 4 kids total.
Anna Hartman
59:35
Ate into our threes program since families left to pay for a threes program that would guarantee a spot in free prek.
Anna Hartman
59:46
We got 36 spots from the state.
Anna Hartman
01:00:20
Reimbursement rates for the 36 children was lower than what we had collected from tuition.
Anna Hartman
01:00:32
Stiepnd per child, year after year over five years, never changed.
Mary Lou Allen
01:00:35
If Jewish preschools lose 3 and 4 year olds how do they make up for that loss in income and family engagement?
Anna Hartman
01:00:37
*stipend
Anna Hartman
01:00:44
Even while our costs rose
Anna Hartman
01:00:55
And then 3k.
Anna Hartman
01:01:36
As we went to renew our contract with the state, we were awarded 18 more 4k seats and 30 3k seats. Waitlists overflowing.
Sharon (she/her) Rosenberg-Scholl
01:01:37
Is the Reggio-inspired practice compatible with the curriculum requirements from the state or have there been any points of conflict there?
Anna Hartman
01:01:50
Eventually private Judaic program at that age group did not open.
Mary Lou Allen
01:02:14
adding longer hours? providing care and development for infants and toddlers? does your environment support the needs of infants and toddlers?
Edye Summerfield Disner
01:02:15
what is the oversight from the state of NJ like for your 4K and 3K programs?
Anna Hartman
01:02:29
Celebrating Shabbat—all removed.
Anna Hartman
01:02:39
6hrs and 20 minutes.
Elisa Zehnwirth
01:02:42
Stamping out Judaism nationwide
Alana Levitt
01:02:43
I wonder how does this affect synagogues who operate under a Conditional Use Permit? (this may be CA specific)
Anna Hartman
01:03:07
Opportunity for children and families to sing with rabbi and chazan are gone.
Anna Hartman
01:03:14
Schools cannot compete with free.
Anna Hartman
01:03:43
One way we have remedied: Judaic wraparound.
Anna Hartman
01:03:58
Heavily subsidized by our school bc we want participation.
Anna Hartman
01:04:44
Family engagement opportunities that are robust here are available to families after school hours.
Anna Hartman
01:05:04
Birth through three is coming, says Lynn.
Edye Summerfield Disner
01:05:13
did you find that the connection of families to the congregation or Judaism "dwindled" due to their children in the 3K and 4K not having this connection in the classrooms?
Anna Hartman
01:05:57
Opportunities and challenges. Everyone has to make that decision. Educational philosophy and core values are able to live within all of this.
Ellyn Weisz
01:06:33
Is there an increase in paperwork for you?
Anna Hartman
01:06:41
Jewish programs are just the toddler and wraparound
Alan Brown
01:06:44
What does universal PK mean for half day programs
Anna Hartman
01:06:52
When first integrated this, was really hard. I was a teacher.
Anna Hartman
01:07:05
I had to stop myself from doing things.
Anna Hartman
01:07:18
Took time to learn to do this in a different way.
Abby Andiman Mars
01:07:27
Wondering about the impact to synagogue membership for those of us associated with synagogues
Anna Hartman
01:07:46
Hard for me. However over these years, we have made it our own. Can do cultural things. Utilize wraparound time.
Anna Hartman
01:08:42
“There are ways to get to where we want to be in a world where we are where we are.” Sometimes my head is spinning.
Rebecca Gautieri
01:08:48
Lynn, Can you bring Israel in?
Anna Hartman
01:09:00
Emily Hausman is the director of early childhood education at the Riverdale Y, a JCC in the Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx. She is a fellow in the Sheva Center Leadership Institute and works in conjunction with NYC area directors in Jewish Early Childhood Education.
Anna Hartman
01:09:27
The holy moments we have had this year as EC educators.
Anna Hartman
01:09:59
These moments of kedushah come with challenges.
Anna Hartman
01:10:18
Felt moments where this would change the essence of our program.
Anna Hartman
01:10:30
(References partners at Federation aka UJA)
Anna Hartman
01:10:51
Clear lines: Cannot post religious texts. Cannot post religious figures.
Anna Hartman
01:11:26
This helped us practice backward design—what are overarching concepts. Eg Sukkot welcoming people in, building an open community.
Anna Hartman
01:12:35
One challenge was how to take concrete thing and align with our values. Families as engaged partners is a value of ours. So we have havdalah before school on Mondays and then Shabbat after schools on Friday. Waxing and waning of the moon ie Rosh Chodesh too.
Noah Hichenberg
01:13:00
YAY
Sarah Meytin (she,her)
01:13:05
<3
Rebecca Gautieri
01:13:14
wow!
Anna Hartman
01:13:29
In NYC we have pay parity. As of October 1, 2020, my head teachers will make just under $70k! That is incredible opportunity in a way that affects my staff. This would never have been possible otherwise.
Ellyn Weisz
01:13:35
I'm moving there!
Robin Masnicoff
01:13:37
What is the educational requirement for the 70,000
Galit Lopatin Bordereau
01:13:40
How? Please repeat, thanks
Anna Hartman
01:13:54
Had to move to head teacher and asst teacher model.
Anna Hartman
01:14:25
As far as curriculum, looked at it through lens of drash (dialogue/interpretation). Helping us work through it.
robin Meyerowitz
01:14:27
How were you able to gt that much money for your teachers?
Anna Hartman
01:15:18
To paraphrase the Mishnah, "Make for yourself a friend, find yourself a teacher, and find for yourself a really good CFO”
Ellyn Weisz
01:15:32
How many children are in your center?
Anna Hartman
01:15:38
How to argue for best reimbursement model, how to lobby for money for elevators, etc.
Edye Summerfield Disner
01:16:19
without Payparity, would this salary be the same?
Anna Hartman
01:17:01
Pay Parity: fought for through different unions (our teachers are in with other JCCs and Ys in the area). Dept of Ed came out with a chart. Teachers with MA and NY-state certified in ECE can reach that level.
Anna Hartman
01:17:27
Lynn’s teachers are not unionized and they also access this pay parity.
robin Meyerowitz
01:18:16
does the universal Pre-k pay the teachers salaries in full?
Anna Hartman
01:18:24
Results in paying teachers different amounts at different age levels.
Robin Masnicoff
01:18:48
so what is the incentive for teachers to teach toddlers and twos?
Galit Lopatin Bordereau
01:20:11
So how do you compensate non masters or certified teachers?
Sarah Meytin (she,her)
01:20:19
how do you maintain relationships and team cohesion with such disparity?
Anna Hartman
01:20:29
Clarifying question: did this change who you enroll?
Edye Summerfield Disner
01:22:14
GA saw this challenge because some sites had 1 GA funded program and 1 private program. The salary, planning time, and training varied greatly for the GA funded classroom teachers.
Anna Hartman
01:22:18
Stipends went up this year for Lynn after 5 years—now more than what we would be charging for tuition.
Edye Summerfield Disner
01:23:04
in NY, if Pre-K or 3K teachers were in a private pay program, would the credential requirements be the same.
Noah Hichenberg
01:24:38
Public education has been available K-12 for quite some time, and/yet private K-12 schools continue to exist. Is there consideration among this group for, what role could/might/should a "private Jewish preschool" (without blending public funding) have within the new model on the horizon of expanding/universal early childhood education?
Lisa Cooper
01:24:58
Are colleges and universities going to offer more opportunities for students? We have been told that our local programs are dwindling.
Anna Hartman
01:25:56
QUESTION: What is one thing on your mind as you reflect on these presentations?
Anna Hartman
01:26:03
Please share in the chat.
robin Meyerowitz
01:26:08
I appreciate that it is difficult but possible to do!
Edye Summerfield Disner
01:26:08
in WI, what have the 2.25 hours done to increase school readiness for the students?
Ellyn Weisz
01:26:12
The 70.000!!!!
Sarah Meytin (she,her)
01:26:17
appreciate the pioneers who have taken this leap and help guide us. Concern over long term viability of Jewish programs
Alana Levitt
01:26:37
I think in theory this is what I want for the future of this country - that the execution of it is where things get challenging. But from a JEDI Lens this is what is right! (Justice Equity, Diversity and Inclusion)
Lynn Fisher
01:26:40
Just like “kids can - kids are capable” so are we! This can be done.
Sharon (she/her) Rosenberg-Scholl
01:26:48
The constraints we would have on us as a Jewish school are very worrisome
Kathy Pomer (she/her) JCC Association
01:26:49
So grateful that the jewish lenses can help us see how this necessary partnership can help us all move into whatever comes next. Beautiful sharing from all of you today!
cherene radis
01:26:50
How are we going to do justice to Jewish learning
Edye Summerfield Disner
01:27:29
How will we find out what this plan REALLY means for us?
Rebecca Gautieri
01:27:35
appreciate hearing about your successes. Very concerned about experienced staff who won't qualify.
Anna Hartman
01:27:51
All notes and this recording will be posted tomorrow at jparadigm.org/series. Who will you share this with?
robin Meyerowitz
01:27:52
I think our Jewish programs can survivie if we are constantly trying to add Jewish information
Mary Lou Allen
01:27:55
UPK is a Jewish value— what is good for the general population/community is good for the Jewish community
Anna Hartman
01:28:00
Wow to these pioneers!
Sasha Kopp
01:28:09
https://www.audible.com/pd/Introducing-No-One-is-Coming-to-Save-Us-Podcast/B0948MLL13
cherene radis
01:28:20
Excellent listened this weekend
Katie Kang, MAEd - Tuvia School of Temple Menorah
01:28:26
Sounds like we (ECE Educators) need to come together to create a secular Judaic curriculum guide that meets the needs of UP. Ways to be creative with creating a curriculum that's just Jewish enough to meet the requirements of UP.
Edye Summerfield Disner
01:28:29
And how will it vary for states that offer this in some fashion already
Alana Levitt
01:28:58
RE: Podcast -- Kristen Bell speaks on it, it's WONDERFUL!
Anna Hartman
01:29:05
podcast: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fpodcasts.apple.com%2Fus%2Fpodcast%2Fno-one-is-coming-to-save-us%2Fid1566218532%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR1YGrYZN7tkdjfbWKAra1gI3k08glevNk2Ats3nLPT_wOEz5OVXqNfjGZY&h=AT3wLjEOo_C2xmBGRwfPl07ubR-ZrnzweWkYjSkE1D7-ARVzaU1GnOms8uVKDLN_PGfQ5m6AxECn0tLDgWXAgrXVp1HRuMOiT1bVD1Sx0qjkgGsdWaq0JUjcugHvNfjicMDFT8ofRg&__tn__=H-R&c[0]=AT1Gm5PkoF__pnomr86eCrIurmmxp5XolCAecr5iNBnCop6XXxdl7Oe1l4GPOu-h4QRbTfAGrC6lC1SHbgJchGepG2aW7yusZDHKlu2O60JIYbHzz2z76t09U3pwKQbEEBT3riL3_RanSDEepzN4Xc7BI2Dv7-BlQn1DqHtBkf3ahYo70CT03VJ5gnbB6g0CjDXt_JdlFFmFG1yurQ
Kathy Pomer (she/her) JCC Association
01:29:10
Thank you ALL so much! Such a gift!
Lisa Cooper
01:29:18
This was wonderful!!
Anna Hartman
01:29:18
Thank you everyone!
Rebecca Gautieri
01:29:21
Thank you so much!
Allison Steckley
01:29:24
Thank you