D’var Torah: Rabbi Joshua Elkin (Acharei Mot/Kedoshim)
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This Shabbat, we read a double parsha – Acharei Mot and Kedoshim. My focus is on Kedoshim because it is one of the parshiyot which is richest in specific mitzvot dealing with our…

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andrew green (2) Poet Visits Fourth Grade Students
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Thanks to the Parent Association’s Creative Arts and Sciences Program, Andrew Green returned to our fourth grade again this year…

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12155_10101034329068193_2109195832_n (1) D’var Torah: Rabbi Ravid Tilles (Tazria/Metora)
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This week we read the double portion of Tazria and Metzora, both of which further the themes of the preceding…

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D’var Torah: Dr. Joseph Reimer (Sh’mini)
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The Strange Case of the Strange Fire: Parshat Sh’mini Leviticus, the third book of the Torah, is well-known as the…

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Skolnickfamily Music – Dance – Theatre: Ready, Set, Go!
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The performing arts are very important to the Skolnick family. At an age when many parents would engage a babysitter…

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Students use Scratch to bring the Purim story to life
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Using Scratch, a block-based programming language developed at MIT, Grade 6 students brought the Purim story to life in their…

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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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