IMG_1341 Sierpinksi Triangles
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Grade 4 students learned about the properties of Sierpinski triangles by baking them! Who knew that a triangle could have…

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IMG_3731 IsRAPelites: Schechter Students Create a Rap for Israel!
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Lower School students wrote lyrics and recorded their voices to create a rap about Israel for Yom Ha’atzmaut! Through this unique…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Mendy Uminer (Vayikra)
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When one thinks of Passover, images of the traditional Passover meal, the Seder, immediately enter the mind. A seder is truly…

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wordmaster Schechter Students Continue to Excel in State and Nationwide Contests
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Recently we received some very good news about two of the contests in which Schechter students participate: the National WordMaster…

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Rabbi_William_Hamilton D’var Torah: Rabbi William Hamilton (Vayikra)
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Priest and Prophet The sensibilities of the prophet and the priest are quite different in the Bible. Prophets espouse values,…

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IMG_8284 Grade 5, Curators of the Egypt Museum
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Where can one learn about the Great Pyramid of Giza, Abu Simbel, Egyptian gods and goddesses, King Tut, and more?  Students…

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12155_10101034329068193_2109195832_n (1) Schechter Welcomes New Director of Jewish Life and Learning
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As part of our work to foster an inspiring and authentic Jewish experience for our students, a committee of parents,…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Dan Liben (Vayakhel-Pekudei)
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Lord prepare me, to be a sanctuary, pure and holy, tried and true  and with thanksgiving, I’ll be a living,…

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purim2017 Adar Joy Felt at Schechter
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Everyone’s favorite week of the school year just passed! Last week, Schechter students celebrated the week leading up to Purim with…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Michael Fel (Ki Tisa)
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What do you do when you see someone with food stuck in their teeth?  Do you ignore it for fear…

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