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Artist Fred Terna Visits High School English Class
Thursday, January 15, 2015
On Wednesday, Jaunary 14th, ELL 12A (The Holocaust in Fiction and Film) was privilged to have Fred Terna join them for lunch and a discussion of Holocaust art and literature. Focusing on Maus, by Art Spiegleman, Mr. Terna discussed the impact that Holocaust art has on its viewers as well as the accuracy of Spiegleman's depiction of the relationship between generations impacted by the Shoah. Mr. Terna went on to discuss his art and invited the class to visit his studio in Brooklyn. All students agreed that this memorable experience will long be remembered as the highlight of the term's experience.

Heschel High School Responds To Tragedy In France
Thursday, January 15, 2015
On Tuesday afternoon, the entire student body and faculty in the high school gathered to mourn the lives lost in Paris last week. We read aloud the names of the four Jewish men who were murdered in the kosher market before Shabbat. Celine Clerfeuille, the World Language Department Head and French citizen, read aloud the names of the writers, artists, and staff at Charlie Hebdo who were killed. We spoke aloud some words of tehillim (psalms), traditional words that fill our mouths when other words fail to convey adequately the pain, the shock, and the moral outrage that we are feeling.

Heschel Hosts Alumni Affairs Panel
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
On January 5th, current High School seniors enjoyed the second annual Heschel Alumni Affairs "Life in College" Panel - an event featuring alumni in, and recently graduated from, college and gap-year programs. The panel gave prospective High School graduates a flavor of what to expect in subsequent years.

HIGH SCHOOL NO CLASSES
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
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Letter from Ariela Dubler
Friday, December 19, 2014
This week we celebrated Hanukkah at Heschel and filled our school with joy and light! From Nursery through High School, our students celebrated with music, dancing, tefillah, tzedakah, study, and, of course, jelly donuts. We listened to the Heschel Harmonizers, danced to the Maccabeats, cheered for our High School bands, and many of us even watched Rabbi Anne Ebersman spin inside a giant dreidel.

Middle School Update
Friday, December 19, 2014
This has been a remarkable week of school--filled with thoughtful study, beautiful music, delicious treats, and the warming lights of Hanukkah. What a perfect way to usher in the Winter Break!

Heschel High School Head Opportunity Statement
Monday, December 15, 2014
The Abraham Joshua Heschel School (www.heschel.org) is an independent Jewish day school named in memory of one of the great Jewish leaders, teachers, and activists of the 20th century and dedicated to the values that characterized Rabbi Heschel's life: intellectual exploration, integrity, love of the Jewish people and the state of Israel, and a commitment to social justice. The Heschel School opened in the fall of 1983 with twenty-eight lower school students and a commitment to educational excellence within a diverse, pluralistic, Jewish environment. Today Heschel is renowned for the values and ethics upon which it was established. The school serves over 800 children, from Nursery through Twelfth Grade, and remains dedicated to its vision of providing a learning environment that exemplifies excellence in education, appreciation of the needs of the whole child, commitment to Jewish life, and responsibility to Jewish and world communities.

Middle School Update
Friday, December 12, 2014
It was a pleasure to see so many of you at parent-teacher conferences on Wednesday, and we look forward to seeing many more of you this coming Sunday. Parent-teacher conferences are a wonderful opportunity for our teachers and parents to work in partnership to support our students and children. It is also a chance for both parents and teachers to get to know each other better, and to put a face to a name. We hope that you find these conferences informative and that they help you to gain insight into your child's academic experiences.

Heschel Boys Varsity Basketball Team Wins Third Consecutive Weiner Tournament
Thursday, December 11, 2014
On Saturday night, December 6th, as sweat dripped down the players', the coaches', and the fans' faces, the heat could not be extinguished. Facing the Beit Tefiloh Warriors, the Boys Varsity Basketball team won its third consecutive Weiner Tournament championship game.

Winter in Nursery 209
Thursday, December 11, 2014
The signs of winter are here. The weather is becoming colder, the winds are blowing and the trees look bare. Each day, the children come in wearing hats and gloves, showing they are conscious of the cold winter weather. In Nursery 309, we use these changes as an opportunity to discuss the seasons and learn about the world around us. On a cold day, we placed a container of water outside, and we saw it freeze and turn into ice. The children often inquire about this container - "We want to see our water," they request. As they play, children learn science concepts such as the properties of water and ice.

Heschel Parents' Association Parenting Institute Presents Ron Taffel, PhD: High Anxiety 21st Century Style
Thursday, December 04, 2014
Dr. Ron Taffel is considered one of the most electric and practical child-rearing experts in the country. He is a prolific author of eight books and over a hundred articles on parenting and child-rearing. He consults countless schools and community organizations nationwide, serves as Chair of the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, has a private practice in New York and is the parent of two children. He will be speaking at Heschel Thursday, January 8th, 2015.


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