As we embark on Rosh Hashanah, I want to focus on the amazing blessings that surround us as a Levine community family. March 13, 2020, we (and the world) began a tremendous journey -- I think we have all learned to focus more on our families and the remarkable blessings we have.
We have had the opportunity to STOP and take into account what is right in our lives, what is meaningful, and what is just noise. During this time, we have learned patience, kindness, and what it means to be a companion ... and a friend.
We are so blessed to have amazing professionals in our school to support us and our children, as we navigate this new normal. They have put us first and taught us with change comes growth, as we all evolve.
Our world is different and we should not underestimate the severity of the changes we are experiencing. We need each other. In this new year, let's channel our energy to be kind, compassionate, and patient -- together our Levine community will survive, thrive and grow.
By sticking together, we move forward with strength.
Andrew, Jake, Adrianna and I wish you a Shana Tova and G'mar Chatima Tova.