Folkshul's Board, leadership, and COVID-19 task force are working diligently to plan safe and meaningful high caliber programming this summer and in the fall. If in-person programs are possible, we will meet in a socially distant, masked and safe fashion and will live stream for those not able to attend. We aim to provide our members with the same sense of community we brought you during our Zoom Passover Seder.
If we are required to be remote this fall, we will open each Sunday together with music and community sharing, followed by breakout classes and programs, and then we will close together with music. Our programs will last 1 hour with additional activities and options for engagement. Folkshul teachers are being trained over the summer on how to maximize online learning and will offer extension activities for you to engage in at home as a family.