TEMPLE POLICIES

Weather Related Cancellation Policy
 

The ELC School Cancellation Policy is as follows: School is always cancelled when Newton Public Schools are cancelled and are broadcasted on WBZ News Radio 1030, WBZ 4 News, WHDH 7 News and WCVB 5 News.   Newton public school website is www.newton.k12.ma.us. For one hour or more delay we delay one hour and open at 10:00 AM.

 

The Religious School Cancellation Policy is as follows: School is always cancelled when Newton Public Schools are cancelled.  For cancellation information refer to WBZ News Radio 1030, WBZ 4 News (Sunday only), WHDH 7 News and WCVB 5 News, as well as the Newton public school website:www.newton.k12.ma.us. We also call the Newton Public Schools and the Baker School in Brookline to announce our plans to cancel mid-week school (Monday or Tuesday) if a storm worsens during the day.

 

 

The Temple Office Snow Cancellation Policy

 

The office and Temple activities are typically closed if Newton Public Schools are cancelled. The Newton public school website is www.newton.k12.ma.us.  In the event Newton Public Schools are delayed by one hour or more, we delay opening for the same number of hours.

 

In the event of cancellation, look to the NEWS CORNER at the top of our website for specific cancellation information.

 

 

Privacy Policy
 

Temple Beth Avodah is committed to protecting your privacy online. If you have questions that are not covered here, please contact the Executive Director and/or the temple’s webmaster by calling 617.527.0045.

 

Through its website, www.bethavodah.org, Temple Beth Avodah enables members and nonmembers to register for temple events and programs. Registrants provide contact information (e.g., names, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses), and also may opt to provide credit card information to pay event and program fees. This information is used to provide the services you have requested. Temple Beth Avodah does not share, sell, rent, or lease to third parties any of the information that is gathered.

 

Our website makes limited use of “cookies”—small text files that are stored on your computer to facilitate use of our site. Cookies do not damage your system, and cannot read data off of your computer hard disk or read cookie files created by other websites. You can choose whether to accept cookies by changing the settings of your Internet browser.

 

Our website contains links to other organizations’ websites. Temple Beth Avodah does not assume responsibility for the material on other sites, nor for their respective organizations’ privacy policies.

 

To remove your name from the temple’s information circulation lists, call the temple at 617-527-0045.

 

 

Returns/Refunds
 

Depending on the particular program, refunds may be issued either to credit card accounts or by check. The temple identifies some payments as “nonrefundable.” To request a refund of a refundable payment, contact the temple at 617-527-0045.

 

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