The Leo Baeck Day School Alumni Association is comprised of students, families, and faculty who have been a part of the Leo Baeck community. It seeks to foster and nurture a life long connection and gives strength and support to the school and the community.
The Leo Baeck Day School is proud of its ongoing relationship with our alumni, young men and women who best represent the school in high school, university, and beyond.
Stay Connected - Get Involved. There are so many ways to get involved. Whether you are the one who knows where your classmates are and keeps in touch, if you would like to plan alumni events or reunions, if you would like to reconnect with what's happening at school, if you would like to help with school fundraising, we have a job for you! Over the past few years we have welcomed back our esteemed alumni to talk to our students about their experiences on March of the Living, at our graduations, and about high school life, to name a few. Opportunities also exist for alumni to serve on school committees and several alumni currently serve as school Board members. It is exciting to see our school family coming full circle as the alumni are enrolling their children in our school and becoming current parents.
All Leo Baeck graduates who want to make sure they stay connected are asked to send us their email addresses and to keep us up to date by sending information about your career, family life, community activities, and more.
Go to http://leobaeck.ca/groups-and-associations/alumni-signup.html to officially become a member today!
Thank you Alumni for Staying Connected!
For more information about the Alumni Association please contact:
Director of Development
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905 709 3636 x 222
Among his many credentials - bestselling author, investor, and adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, Dan Senor is a celebrated Leo Baeck alum.
Having been involved in public policy and business for over 15 years, Dan most recently served as Senior Advisor to the Coalition in Iraq. As one of the longest-serving civilian officials in Iraq, the Pentagon awarded him the highest civilian honor.