The school actually throws a party of its own (one per year) to collectively celebrate the birthdays of their bas mitzvah aged students. Needless to say, parents are free to celebrate their daughter’s bas mitzvah in the privacy of their home or however they please — so long as the guest list excludes school friends.
Proud of our School
This column and the countless readers whose lives you touch in immeasurable ways all year round appreciate your insight and sentiments, often gleaned from first hand experience.
May each and every member of Klal Yisrael be granted a Shana Tova U’Mesukah… a sweet year filled with Yiddish nachas from loved ones, optimum health, peace of mind and heart, an undiluted emunah in the Ribbono Shel Olam, and unity amongst us.
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