Jewish Day school celebrates move to downtown Louisville - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Jewish Day school celebrates move to downtown Louisville

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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) - Kentucky's only Jewish Day school is celebrating a move to downtown Louisville.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer was on hand to officially cut the ribbon on the Jewish Day School.
The school opened in 1996 -- but moved this year to the Starks Building.

Rabbi Avrohom Litvin says the downtown location adds a dimension to the learning.

"What's really unique is that it's in the heart of a downtown so therefore the kids can jump on a trolley and go to the library or the waterfront or one of the museums and combine culture in Louisville with top learning in both Hebrew and Judaic and secular settings."

The school also operates a preschool, and serves children from 2-year-olds to 5th graders.

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