rabbi-ira-korinow D’var Torah: Rabbi Ira Korinow (Va’era)
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Parashat Va-era – Exodus from Egypt: Fact or Fiction? by Rabbi Ira Korinow Last week when we began reading the…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Michael Swarttz (Vayehi)
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What’s So Special about Ephraim and Manesseh? Parashat Vayechi brings the book of Genesis, as well as the Patriarchal/Matriarchal period,…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Dan Liben (Vayigash)
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All of us have done things we regret.  People apologize; they promise never to act that way again.  Yet, how…

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rabbi-dov-bard D’var Torah: Rabbi Dov Bard (Miketz)
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Rabbi Shim’on said, “Woe to the human being who says that Torah presents mere stories and ordinary words! If so,…

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IMG-3911 Fifth Grade Math Challenge
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Fifth-grade math challenge: build a cubic unit of measure and compare!

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IMG_7544 First Graders Write in Hebrew!
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First graders are officially writing in Hebrew! Students designed collages and wrote words to describe their artwork and are proud…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi David Bernat ’72 (Vayeshev)
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Parshat Vayeshev contains the first installment of Joseph’s story. We might, therefore, expect the portion’s initial sentences to mention Joseph, Torah style…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Gilbert S. Rosenthal (Vayishlach)
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EMERGING THROUGH CRISIS   Jacob was terrified: he was on the eve of meeting, after many years of estrangement, his…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Daniel Berman (Vayetze)
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My wife Sarah and I named our children Elie and Mica after members of our families whom we loved: Esther,…

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Grade 7 Día de los muertos celebration el Día de los muertos
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Our Grade 7 Spanish class learned about el Día de los muertos (Day of the Dead), a multi-day Mexican holiday that…

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