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Riki Goldstein

Whether yours is 2 pages or 14, school newsletters are something both parents and kids cannot wait to read. The reason is simple — the news in your school newsletter is personal, it’s about you. A winning mix of news, mazel tovs, pictures, and of course a joke or two, makes school newsletters a must-read.

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Maimonides Hebrew School, Albany, New York

Maimonides Hebrew School is a warm, friendly school serving the Albany community. There are many Jews in Albany who don’t send their children to Jewish schools, and the newsletter, Maimonides Community, is a wonderful way to let everyone share the Yiddishe nachas.The school itself only has about 40 parents, but the newsletter is read by around 600 families!



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