Opening Minds, Bridging Differences, Living Jewish Values.

Using the book, The City Kid and the Suburban Kid, as a jumping off point, grade 2 students discussed the differences between urban, suburban and rural communities. The students collaborated to create a mural of different types of communities. Together, they planned their work, identifying what needed to be in their mural.

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Heschel Middle School students took time this week to volunteer around New York City. As part of their grade wide hesed days, the children cooked, packed and delivered meals, spent quality time with the elderly as well as children with disabilities.

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Heschel hosted its very own pop up farmer's market. The market provided an opportunity for community members to shop for local, organic, and seasonal produce, as well as educational activities for the children throughout the day.
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