As we share a wonderful meal with our families at Thanksgiving, it is important that we reflect upon the many gifts G-d has provided us: our family, friends, freedom and health.

Epstein Transitional Kindergarten student Zach Schwartz. PHOTO / Epstein School

At The Epstein School, young students like those in the new Transitional Kindergarten program have spent time reflecting on the many things they appreciate. The youngsters answered the question, “What are you thankful for?”

“My Mommy and Daddy because they read me stories,” said Samantha Dubovy.

“My school because my teachers and friends are in it,” offered Zach Schwartz.

“I am thankful for when Ms. Cohen teaches because I love TK!” proclaimed Darin Goodman.

“Having a nice sister because she plays with me,” smiled Davis Seitz.

“All my friends,” responded Graham Gingold.

“My Mom and Dad and my house,” declared Joshua Greenberg.

“For my friends,” stated Sagiv Avigal.

The Transitional Kindergarten Program is designed to provide a developmentally appropriate learning environment for young kindergarteners; it emphasizes instructional strategies tailored academically, socially and emotionally to each child.

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For more information, contact Director of Admissions Susan Berk at (404) 250-5607 or sberk@epsteinatlanta.org or Early Childhood Program Principal Cathy Borenstein at (404) 250-5661 or cborenstein@epsteinatlanta.org.