The Beit Rabban Parent Association is a vital ally to the both the students and faculty of Beit Rabban Day School. The primary objectives of the Parents Association is to enrich our students’ school experience through parental involvement, provide support to the teachers throughout the year, and to enhance communication between parents, administration, faculty, staff, and the Board. The BRPA is instrumental in fostering a sense of community for Beit Rabban families through activities and special events. It funds various outings for the school, provides Chanukah and end-of-year gifts for Beit Rabban teachers, organizes the Chanukah and Purim celebrations, and supports school families during major life-cycle events. The BRPA is looking to expand its special programs and events and the challah program is one way you can help.
The Beit Rabban Parent Association boasts great membership, we hope you’ll come aboard! There are a variety of ways to participate with the Beit Rabban Parent Association beyond paying your annual dues, you can spearhead an event or program or become your child’s class parent. Being a member of the Parent Association is an incredibly valuable experience where you’ll make friends and contribute meaningfully to our great community. To find out more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The BRPA Leadership Committee includes parent representatives from each of the three primary parent bodies at BRDS (Gan, Kevutzot, and Chativah). This year's committee members are:
Ilene Scholnick Ausubel (Gan Parent Representative)
Michael Ausubel (Gan Parent Representative)
Jennifer Zwiebel (Chativah & Kevutzot Parent Representative)
Rebecca Leicht (Gan & Kevutzot Parent Representative)
Beit Rabban Day School parents are expected to pay PA dues annually, typically done via tuition contract to allow for ease of payment. BRPA does rely heavily on family dues to create enriching school events. It is $200 per family per school year.
If you have not already submitted your dues please do so immediately by bringing your cash or checks to the business office.