Jews have differing customs regarding kashrutkashrut, based upon their own religious traditions and beliefs, and it is Rockwern’s aim to provide an environment that allows students to observe these customs. To that end, our kashrut policy has been created with the support and approval of a committee of rabbis from the Cincinnati community.

Rockwern provides lunches and other snacks, which are prepared in our own kitchen. This kitchen is not under rabbinic supervision, but every effort is made to maintain the standards of kashrut. We ask that all members of the Rockwern community observe the kashrut policy at school events. When students pack lunches, they must be dairy or parve.

When snacks are served outside the lunchroom, either by teachers or students, our kashrut policy applies.

2017-18 Family Handbook