Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
The PTO includes parents of early childhood, lower school, and middle school students. Its volunteers help families connect to the school and each other via friend-raising, fundraising, phone banking, and outreach.
All parents are kindly requested to dedicate 25 hours of time to the school each year, which can involve classroom assistance, field trip or onsite chaperoning, or administrative tasks. Keep an eye out for volunteer opportunities from the administration and classroom teachers throughout the year. Volunteer hours can be fulfilled by extended family. Failure to donate time incurs a $600 fee at the end of the year.
Tefillah Class with Rabbi Weiss (Zoom)
Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m.
Talmud with Rabbi Weiss (Zoom)
Thursday evening at 8 p.m.
SHA hosts an afterschool program through Kids Club that runs from 3:30 to 6. Families may opt in for the year, a semester, or drop-in (with advanced notice). For more information about the program, visit the student activities page
SHA TO LAUNCH AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 2023-24
Seattle Hebrew Academy is excited to share with you that the 2023-24 school year will mark the launch of SHA’s brand new after school program. Running from the end of the school day to 5:30pm, our after school program will include homework help and snacks as well as an exciting range of activities. From Art to Sports, Torah to Math, Science to Cooking, Gardening to Dance and more, Director Talya Ben-Meir is working hard to ensure there’s something for every SHA student from EC to 8th grade.
SHA After School will run in sessions.
Please stay tuned for more details including fees and information on how to sign up.
Pick up and drop off proceduresSee the Policies and Procedures for detailed information.