Over the past few months, each of the TSBY seventh graders have been working individually to collect cans and non-perishable foods for SOVA as a part of their group mitzvah project.
Next Hanukkah, don’t be surprised if Adra’s fifth graders find their new music video’s gone viral.
What happens when you combine ancient Jewish traditions with hands-on learning and super-cool tech? A cool way to spend a Sunday morning!
A special guest post in tribute to Dr. Jack Horowitz.
A video journal entry from the Tiyul: Shabat B’yachad seventh-grade group mitzvah project. All year, they’re working to address the issue of hunger in our community. Click “Continue Reading…” to see their hands-on work at a local shelter.
Before winter break, our first graders in Leora’s class learned all about the symbols Hanukkah, especially the menorah (or “hanukkiyah“… read on to learn the difference).
In his January article for the Isaian, Josh shares thoughts on heroes, heroism, and on the recent passing of one of his own heroes, Dr. Jack Horowitz, director of religious education emeritus.