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(small group) SC Class of ( 2010 / 5770 ) Charlotte Axelrod, Zoey Fox, Amanda Friedman, Jonah Gorodensky, Madeline Grubert
(large group) – SC Class of ( 2010 / 5770 )

From our earliest days at Temple Emanu-El, the Kenton and Holy Blossom campuses to our current North and South Campuses, Leo Baeck graduates have gone on to incredible success. Our establishment over forty years ago as the only Reform Jewish Day School in Canada continues to make us a unique institution on the Jewish day school landscape.

Our school has directly benefitted from our alumni getting involved. They volunteer in our classrooms, join committees and boards, participate in a variety of in-school programs, contribute to The Baeck&Call and become donors. The feeling they get from giving back is immeasurable and we are grateful for their continued involvement. Life at Leo Baeck would not feel the same without their presence.

Our Alumni community not only consists of former students, teachers and parents, but also includes a community of grandparents who are watching the second generation of their family attend the school. It is through our alumni and families that we maintain life long connections and support the school and the community.

How to Stay Connected - Get Involved

• Let us know where you are!

• Alumni networking & reunions

• Join an alumni Kabbalat Shabbat, speak at a graduation

• Join a school committee or Board

• Volunteer in the school

• Write an article for the Baeck & Call

• Come visit! You are always welcome

• Donate

For more information about how you can stay connected please contact:

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Featured Alumnus - Dan Senor

Among his many credentials - bestselling author, investor, and adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, Dan Senor is a celebrated Leo Baeck alum.

Having been involved in public policy and business for over 15 years, Dan most recently served as Senior Advisor to the Coalition in Iraq. As one of the longest-serving civilian officials in Iraq, the Pentagon awarded him the highest civilian honor.