Chaverim Registration 2020-2021

 

Chaverim

Chaverim will meet virtually or live if possible and advisable by public health officials. We will offer a zoom link to every class. View 2020-21 Chaverim information below. 


A special message from Rick Concoff about Teen Resources

In times such as these, we can be emotionally fragile. Teens can feel out of routine, ungrounded, and stressed out. Students and parents are welcome to contact Rick Concoff for any reason at (707) 477-9196 or concoff@yahoo.com. Please see below for a list of resources for professional assistance.  
 

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Chaverim 2020-21
Information, Registration & Forms

We are so glad that you've chosen to send your teen to Chaverim! 
Still wondering what is Chaverim? Read Rick's letter explaining what classes are like.

Page Contents (click to skip to section)
Fill out Registration Form
Emergency and Participation Agreement Form
Tuition Prices


 Schedule for 2020-2021 - PDF NEW

Classes will meet virtually or in person if permitted. Classes start the first week of September and go through June. 15 classes for each grade. We will offer a zoom link to every class.

Grade in Fall 2020 8TH GRADE -- Alternating Wednesday Evenings 6:30-8:30
Grade in Fall 2020 9TH GRADE -- Alternating Wednesday Evenings 6:30-8:30
Grade in Fall 2020 10TH GRADE -- Alternating Thursday Evenings 6:30-8:30
Grade in Fall 2020 11/12TH GRADE -- Alternating Thursday Evenings 6:30-8:30


Registration - 2020-2021 Chaverim

Many students don't make it to every class due to various school activities; however, they have a sense of belonging and benefit from participation. Your contribution of tuition helps sustain Chaverim for the present and the future for all Jewish teens.

To register, choose either: 

Credit card payment required with these forms.
If you wish to pay by check, mail your check to: JCC, Sonoma County, 1301 Farmers Lane, Suite 103, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

Did you fill out your emergency form?
Visit the section below to and complete registration. 


FORMS

To complete your registration, download this form and send it with your registration (required step for all New & 8th Grade Students):

Emergency Medical Release & Student Participation Agreement 

Forms need to be signed and returned via mail or fax (528-4288). For your convenience, the signed Emergency Medical Release & Student Participation Agreement form can also be scanned and emailed to office@jccsoco.org. Please fill out a new form if there are changes from previous years.  


Are you having difficulty with the online registration? Would you prefer to speak to someone? Call the JCC (707) 528-4222 for phone registration. 


Stay Connected! Subscribe to our emails. Questions? Email Office@jccsoco.org  

The JCC periodically sends Chaverim parents and students texts and emails regarding program meeting times and updates throughout the year. We advise you to stay subscribed for our announcements. Please stay subscribed. Thank you. 


Tuition
Scholarship Information
: Fill out form here. If you plan to apply for a scholarship, please pay the deposit today. You will notified as to the amount of your scholarship. Thank you.

Chaverim Tuition 2020- 2021

Payment Options

Tuition Increase of $25 this year

$100 deposit / $350 balance due by Dec. 1, 2020


OR

$100 deposit and 5 monthly payments of $70 
Credit Card # on file, contact JCC office 528-4222


OR

$450 full payment at this time

 


Teen Resources

In times such as these, we can be emotionally fragile. Teens can feel out of routine, ungrounded, and stressed out. Students and parents are welcome to contact Rick Concoff for any reason at (707) 477-9196 or concoff@yahoo.com.
 
If your student shows signs of needing clinical attention or counseling, or asks for such, HERE is a list of resources for professional assistance. 
 
Mental health professionals provide services that offer a comprehensive response to crisis.
 
Provides resources for people and their loved ones that are experiencing depression and/or thoughts of suicide. The North Bay Suicide Prevention hotline is a toll-free, confidential 24/7 suicide prevention hotline (1-855-587-6373) that will connect you a trained crisis counselor.
 
Services for seriously emotionally disturbed (SED) children/youth to age 18.
 
We listen with compassion. If you or someone you know is experiencing any type of teen-related struggle or crisis, please call 1-800-843-5200. Youth can call or text the CA Youth Crisis Line, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
 
NAMI Sonoma County is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals affected by mental illness, and their families, by providing mental health education, support and advocacy.
 
Offers free medical care. Call 707-585-7780.
 
24-hour access line: 707-565-6900. Teen Line 1-310-855-4673; Text Teen to 839863.

 

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