Family Engagement

School Supply Drive benefitting Operation Give Back

Operation Give Back is a non-profit organization in Blue Ash that provides community outreach to students and families in need. Through July 24th we are collecting school supplies to meet the needs of the populations they serve in the Sycamore and Princeton School Districts. Please consider donating a backpack or other needed items, including; pencils, pens, notebooks, folders, 3-ring binders, markers, colored pencils, and crayons. Drop off your donation to the bright yellow OGB bin in the front of Wise Center.

Summer Playdates

Let’s not lose touch this summer! Register to be a part of a class email/phone list for playdates with your child’s classmates. Once registered, you will receive a contact list so your child can play with their Wise Temple friends all summer long!

REGISTER HERE TO RECEIVE A CONTACT LIST


The families you meet at Wise Temple…

will be a part of your Jewish life for years to come. You’ll share many milestones together, from the excitement of the early years in Kehillah to B’nai Mitzvah and Confirmation celebrations. It’s never too early to build relationships with these families with whom you will share so much.

What our families say about engagement at Wise Temple:

  • We feel part of a community that we can call our own.
  • We connect with other parents who share our values.
  • We see our children build special friendships with other Jewish kids their age.
  • We learn and play alongside our children, creating lasting and meaningful Jewish memories.
  • We discover Jewish traditions and feel empowered to make them our own.
  • We are understood.
What Else

Some of the many opportunities

for families with children ages 4-14:

  • Family Fridays: Shabbat Services & Dinners (1st Friday of Each Month)
  • Holiday Celebrations
  • Parent Education
  • Family Retreats
  • Family Social Action Projects
  • Grade-Level Family Programs: During Kehillah Throughout the Year
  • Social Opportunities
WiseTemple

"Through our relationships with one another, we find joy, insight, and belonging. This is how we strengthen the fabric of Jewish identity among our families, and this is how we begin to instill in our children a love of Judaism."