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Dear Stockton Parents,
We acknowledge that this is an incredibly strange time to send your child to college and things will be conducted differently than a typical semester at Stockton University. 
Many of you have reached out to us to ask about Jewish life on campus this coming semester.
We want you to know that we will do everything in our ability to provide our trademark positive Jewish experiences on campus. We deeply care for each and every one of our students and we recognize how vital our support and programs are to their well being. 
We also want to reassure you that we are fully committed to ensuring their health and safety which is top priority. It is with this in mind that we’ve developed a program for the fall to adapt to the current COVID-19 reality. We call this robust and relevant mission Chabad Cares. Its goal is to remain emotionally close, even if we must keep socially distant
While we will continue to offer much support and programming opportunities, we will be implementing a series of changes that allow us to be comfortable with the level of risk to our family and community. As the situation on campus changes, we will continue to adapt and develop Chabad Cares resources accordingly.
Our current plan prioritizes health and safety, and includes several new practices and protocols. These plans have been formulated as a result of close communication with the university administration, and based on the guidelines of the CDC and State of New Jersey.
The world may be different, but our goal remains the same: To create thriving Jewish life and community on campus–safely and responsibly. Please remember that we are here for you and your child anytime, on call 24/7. Although we may need to be socially distant, we are always emotionally close.
With warmest regards,
Rabbi Meir & Shaina
Meir’s Cell: 609-674-8733
Shaina’s cell: 608-520-4496