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Our integrated approach builds strong character, sharp minds and a deep commitment to community. Our students learn to see themselves as part of a greater whole, in which every act of kindness has both immediate and resonating results. Each day our students tackle challenging academics, wrestle with perplexing questions and help each other to learn and to grow.
As a community-wide Jewish Day School, we open our doors to families from all segments of the Jewish community. We embrace the opportunity to create a communal Jewish environment for a constituency that is diverse in both practice and philosophy. The Lerner School community is one in which every child and every family feels cared for, comfortable and connected.
Our kashrut guidelines seek to create an environment where all of our families will feel comfortable eating together.
School lunches brought from home must be either dairy or pareve (food containing neither milk nor meat), such as peanut butter and jelly or tuna. Students may not share school lunches.
In order to include all children and families in school-sanctioned programs such as birthdays, holiday celebrations, or school-wide events, food brought into the classrooms must be prepared in the school’s kitchen or must have a Rabbinical kosher certification on the label. The Lerner School observes these rules when preparing foods for educational cooking activities and community wide events.