Kulanu meets at Valley Temple second semester.
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RSVPs will be available on our website about a month in advance. They are sent via email each week and available online. Check back to this section for dinner RSVPs during the school year.
Feb 2 Lunch - Sandwich RSVP
Feb 9 - Skyline RSVP
Feb 23 - Pasta bar RSVP
March 1 - Pizza
March 8 - Chinese Food
March 15 - Skyline
April 5 - Pizza
April 19 Sandwich Bar
April 26 Chipotle
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When and Where does Kulanu meet?
Kulanu meets on Sunday evenings during the school year from 5:30-7:10pm. There is a free, optional dinner from 5-5:30 each week. The first bell is 5:30-6:15 PM. The second bell is 6:25–7:10 PM. First semester will meet at Wise Temple while second semester will meet at the Valley Temple.
How do I register and pay for Kulanu?
Registration takes place online before each semester. Students must register by the deadline given for each semester and will find out their electives on the first day of the semester. An email with detailed registration instructions will be sent out at the beginning of semester. Tuitions costs $395 for the year. Families are billed directly by their home congregation. Tuition for Kulanu will show up on your dues statement.
What if my child needs to leave early?
If your child needs to leave early, Nina Loftspring, Kulanu Director must receive communication from the parent or guardian. Nina can be reached at email@example.com Before leaving the student will need to let the director know their ride has arrived. If the student drove to Kulanu, a call will be placed so that the student’s parent or guardian will know when they have left Kulanu. This policy is in place for the safety of our students. Your cooperation is appreciated.
In the event of inclement weather, a email alert will be sent out to parents and students. In addition, the Kulanu website will be updated with closing information. Please check our website for the most up to date information.
Each spring Kulanu hosts a graduation ceremony, or siyyum. Seniors and their families are encouraged to attend. More details will be made available as the date gets closer.