Mirowitz kicks off association for high school-aged alumni of Schechter and Reform Jewish Academy

Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School is launching an alumni association to embrace all of its past — all students who attended either of its Solomon Schechter or Reform Jewish Academy legacy schools.

“We know that students who attended Schechter or RJA care deeply about the school that filled their early years with meaning,” says Cheryl Maayan, Mirowitz head of school. “We think they will be very proud of what has been created out of the merger, and want them to stay connected with us and with their fellow alumni.”

As a kick off to the new Mirowitz Alumni Association, families of high school students (entering grades 9 – 12) from both legacy schools are invited to a barbecue picnic at 4:30 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 25 on the school’s playground at 348 S. Mason Road. Dinner will be provided to all attendees, along with a new Mirowitz T-shirt to the first 100 high-school-aged alumni to RSVP.

College-aged and adult alumni can look forward to events geared for them throughout this school year.

Graduates from either RJA or SSDS can complete the contact form on the alumni page of the school’s website at www.mirowitz.org/alumni/alumni-contact-us or call Margo Newman, alumni outreach director, [email protected] or 314-576-6177.

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