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- Registration is now open! Registration is now open for spring classes at Valley Temple. Make sure to check out our field trips page for special programs this Spring.
Welcome to Second Semester! Spring classes are at Valley Temple from 5:30-7:10pm. There is a free, optional dinner from 5-5:30 each week. Students must RSVP for dinner.
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We will not meet on April 21
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Welcome to Kulanu!
Thank you for trusting us with your children and for continuing the learning that will help our students find a Judaism that is theirs. We strive to provide a meaningful and challenging journey for each student. We do this through dialog, discovery, and exploration, so that every student begins to establish their own personal Jewish identity as a foundation for the rest of their lives.
Welcome Nina Loftspring
Nina Loftspring is thrilled to return to Cincinnati and to Kulanu! As a Kulanu alumni, Nina is excited to bring her extensive experience in Jewish educational leadership, curriculum development, and Holocaust education to the Kulanu community.
Most recently, Nina served as the Director of Youth Education and Family Life for Town & Village Synagogue in New York City, where she worked with students of all ages and their families. Prior to that, Nina served as B'nai Jeshurun's Assistant Director of Education for Curriculum and Learning.
Nina earned her Masters in Religious Education from Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion and her BA at Indiana University, where she triple-majored in Jewish Studies, History, and Non-Profit Management.
Nina prides herself on making students' interests central to the classroom experience, simultaneously empowering them and creating a community of engaged learners.
Nina is married to Dr. Lee Honig, a Brooklyn native whom she has kidnapped and brought with her to Cincinnati. Once back in Cincinnati, they look forward to enjoying trees, reconnecting with family and friends, and discovering all the new "spots" in Cincinnati (although none may be as good as Graeter's).