In this age of social distancing, JCDS has needed to be creative about the ways students can have fun and be active together. While the pandemic impacted signature experiences like the annual eighth grade New York trip, the current reality has given rise to new ways of building community.

Thanks to the fundraising efforts of Lisa Wasserman Sivan, as well as the support of parents and students from the Class of 2021, students are enjoying a brand-new outdoor ping-pong table! JCDS is grateful to everyone who has helped provide students with new ways to have well-rounded social and educational experiences.

The Class of 2021 is putting this fun game to good use, and the school appreciates the positive difference the ping-pong table will make for students now and in the future.

Erin Lashway is a development associate at JCDS. The School Sparks blog appears periodically by various writers among the JCDS educational team. Learn more about JCDS, Boston’s Jewish Community Day School.

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