15030 N. 64th Street
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
Phone: 480-951-9660

KAJY
Kol Ami Junior Youth

Making life-long friends is a core objective of our educational programs. Kol Ami Junior Youth (KAJY) brings  4th-8th graders together after Religious School for some great fun and good times. Held several times throughout the year, these parent chaperoned, afternoon events help our children make those connections with the other kids of Kol Ami.

We have the following opportunities for youth grouping:

Kol Ami Konnects – a family-run program in which representatives from each grade level organize events from Shabbat dinner pot-lucks to Sunday picnics in the park.  This program allows our parents and children alike the opportunity to get to know eachother and bond as a community throughout the school year.

KAJY 5/6 – Our 5th and 6th grade Youth Group

KAJY 7/8 – Our 7th and 8th grade Youth Group

 

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Upcoming Events

Date/time
Date(s)-10-02-2016
12:00 pm - 01:00 pm


Get in the habit of enjoying a taste pf current events through a Jewish lens. This group, conducted by Rabbi Schneider, explores current events and issues through the lens of reform Judaism. Bring your lunch, shmooze, and break up the day with a taste of Judaism.
Date/time
Date(s)-10-02-2016
03:30 pm - 06:00 pm


Date/time
Date(s)-10-02-2016
06:30 pm - 08:45 pm


Date/time
Date(s)-12-02-2016
12:00 am - 12:00 am


Our ECC teachers will attend the BJE teacher in-service.
Date/time
Date(s)-12-02-2016
07:00 pm - 09:00 pm


Please join us for our Friday night service. It is warm, always interesting, traditional, yet filled with Jewish stories that illustrate and illuminate life today.
Then stay for Oneg and enjoy making friends and building Jewish community over delicious desserts.
Date/time
Date(s)-12-02-2016
01:00 pm - 03:30 pm


Date/time
Date(s)-13-02-2016
10:30 am - 12:00 am


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