What do you do when there is a torrential rainstorm? Well, if you are in Club 456, you walk 4 blocks for a Pre-Chanukah Party!
The excitement in Rina’s sixth grade Sunday class was palpable, and not only because the kids were studying about modern Jerusalem, but also because they were using iPads in their research.
“Who fought Antiochus, tell me please?” If you’d really like to know, ask the kindergarteners or their sixth-grade buddies.
The kindergartners artistic ability was enhanced by the sounds of REAL pouring rain as they created pictures from the story of Noah and the Ark.
On Sunday November 20, all the fourth grade religious school classes came together for the first part of a family program surrounding the topics of homelessness, hunger, and tzedek, (justice).
There is nothing sweeter than to see the sixth graders serve as mentors to the kindergarten kids. The Thanksgiving Beyond Shelter Market provided just the opportunity.
Hanukkah is all about innovation. So what’s that got to do with Hebrew school?
There are countless stories about Jack Horowitz, and we encourage all who knew him to continue to share these stories. Here is just one that we found in our archives, written by Eddie Ilan…
We mourn at the passing of our school’s first director.
Assistant Director Carla Kopf shares a memory of Dr. Jack Horowitz, director of religious education emeritus, who passed away this week.