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Gallery: Early Childhood Week of 5.13.21

After celebrating Yom Ha'Atzmaut last week, it certainly felt like spring has sprung in Early Childhood! The children came into the week refreshed and ready to learn!

Heschel Honors Faculty and Staff at Annual Faculty - Staff Trustee Dinner

This year we were honored to celebrate Faculty and Staff on many years of service.

It is wonderful faculty and staff members like these that allow Heschel to educate and help grow our students into responsible, active, compassionate citizens, and leaders in the Jewish and world communities.

Holocaust Commemoration Committees Hosts Event at Museum of Jewish Heritage

Heschel's Holocaust Commemoration Committee was thrilled to host an event at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Featuring a reception and tour of the Boris Lurie exhibit, the evening was a beautiful opportunity to bring parents and grandparents together and learn about Lurie, a survivor and painter. It was so wonderful seeing you all!

Grade 6 Creates a "Makot Museum"

Grade 6 students have been working on a Ten "Makot” (plagues) research project. They studied the stories of the plagues, read the Hebrew text and the Midrashim (commentaries), and explored how science and historical interpretations have explained the 10 plagues. Based on this learning, the students presented their creative expressions of each plague in the annual Makot Museum.