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Middle School Students Compete in Purple Comet Math Meet
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
15 Heschel Middle School students competed in the Purple Comet Math Meet. Purple Comet hosts an annual on-line international middle school math competition. This is the third year where our Middle School has participated in the event.

Middle School Update 4.20.16
Wednesday, April 20, 2016

High School Wins Technion Rube Goldberg Challenge While Middle School Students Among Finalists
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Several High School students and the entire 7th grade each entered Technion's Rube Goldberg Challenge. The High School took home first prize, winning a 3D printer and scholarships for each participant to Technion. The Middle School's entry was one of the contest's finalist and represented an amazing amount of work and involved each student from the 7th grade.

Middle School Update 4.15.16
Friday, April 15, 2016

Parashat HaShavua - Metzora
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Midrash Tanhuma, one of many rabbinic texts which understands metzora as a condition that occurs as a consequence of speaking badly of others, teaches that the reason the person needs to bring cedar-wood and hyssop in order to be purified of the condition is that "this person has exalted himself like a cedar... so he should humble himself like hyssop" (a grass that grows low to the ground). This midrash highlights the truth that when we speak badly of others, it is frequently an attempt to raise ourselves up by putting other people down.

Middle School Update 4.8.16
Friday, April 08, 2016

Join Us For the High School's STEAM Symposium
Thursday, April 07, 2016
The High School will be displaying student work representing the integration of science, technology and math with arts and design. Along with these displays, students participating in the Science Research Initiative will be presenting their work.

Parashat HaShavua - Tazria
Thursday, April 07, 2016
This week, in addition to reading the Torah portion of Tazria, we observe Rosh Hodesh Nisan as well as Shabbat HaHodesh. In honor of Shabbat HaHodesh, we read a special Torah reading from Shmot (Exodus) chapter 12. In this portion, before the preparations for the final plague, God instructs Moshe that the month during which they would be leaving Egypt will be for the Israelites the first month. We later know this month to be called the month of Nissan (or Hodesh Ha'Aviv – the month of Spring).

PHOTO GALLERY: High School Puts On Urinetown
Monday, April 04, 2016
The High School is in the midst of a 3 day run with its' presentation of "Urinetown". In addition to the evening performances for our community, the production was on full display for the High School and Middle School students during the day.

Middle School Update 4.1.16
Friday, April 01, 2016

Parashat HaShavua - Shemini
Thursday, March 31, 2016
"Every prescription is insistent in its demand to be located in discourse – to be supplied with history and destiny, beginning and end, explanation and purpose." (Robert Cover, "Nomos and Narrative," 1983) Within what discourse do we locate the prescriptions for keeping kosher? Their inclusion in Parashat Shemini this week (in Leviticus 11) offers an occasion to consider several possibilities: What boundaries do we preserve in our lives? One understanding of keeping kosher is that it creates boundaries in our lives...


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