Educational Materials Policy
Walder Education is proud to provide a wide variety of high-quality Torah-based learning tools and resources on our website and in person. Among these are creative studio projects and educational aids such as banners, flashcards, games, and activities.
All of our resources are posted on our website and are available to download free of charge for educational, non-commercial use.
Walder Education is fortunate to receive a high volume of requests for materials, printing, and appointments during the course of each year. Our work continues to impact a vast number of students and a great many educational institutions worldwide. All resources created, materials printed, and assistance provided during appointments must follow the guidelines set by our team of Rabbinical Advisors in accordance with our Mission.
Walder Education serves a diverse population and asks that all employees and visitors be respectful and adhere to a modest and professional dress code.
Generally, this means a neat and clean appearance:
For men, this means:
Neat, tucked-in shirt
For women, this means:
Dress or blouse with sleeves and modest neckline
Knee-length skirt or dress
Clothes should be loose-fitting and not revealing
We are working to make everyone feel welcome and comfortable at Walder Education.