shark-tank Middle Division Students Jump into the ‘Shark Tank’
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Students in the Middle Division’s new “Shark Tank – Entrepreneurship” chug (elective) are knee-deep in launching their own businesses and…

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img_0084 Fourth Graders Visit Boston Archaeology Lab
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by Evie Weinstein-Park, Grade 4 General Studies Teacher   This past Tuesday, our fourth graders visited the City of Boston’s…

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rabbi-ron-fish D’var Torah: Rabbi Ron Fish (Vayetzei)
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Human beings naturally seek home. The place where you know where to hang your coat; the place where you can…

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rabbi-jordan-braunig D’var Torah: Rabbi Jordan Braunig (Toldot)
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In the chapter that comes between Esau’s birthright being swapped out for a bowl of lentil soup and Jacob’s wooly…

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img_3072 The Visit from Reali – An Eighth Grader’s Perspective
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by Rebecca Schwartz When two girls from the Haifa school Reali came to stay at my house for a week,…

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fullsizerender Third Graders Get Expressive with Color
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Third grade artists applied what they had learned about portraits (shapes of heads, necks and features) to a painting lesson on…

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rabbi-ira-korinow D’var Torah: Rabbi Ira Korinow (Chaye Sarah)
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This week’s parasha begins with the verse, “Va-y’hiyu chayei Sarah, me-ah shanah v’esrim shanah v’sheva shanim – sh’nei chayei Sarah,” …

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lower-school Schechter Gets Out The Vote!
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All Schechter campuses were abuzz on on Tuesday, November 8 for its very own Election Day. From Gan Shelanu through…

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dscn4180a Stephanie Maron: What Does “Being There” Mean?
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As we approach Thanksgiving and the holidays that follow, there is a natural association between the fullness of the season…

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Talia Greenberg D’var Torah: Talia Greenberg ’07 (Lech Lecha)
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This week’s פרשת השבוע (weekly Torah portion) begins with God’s commandment to Abram to “lech lecha,” often translated as “go…

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