Several parents who attended our school Yom HaShoah assembly last week, said it was among the best they had ever seen. Powerful and to the point, our high school students, under the direction of our Torah MiTzion Kollel, acted out scenes or read short texts representing six different aspects of the Holocaust. At the conclusion of each one, a student lit a candle and placed a prop by its side to serve as a visual reminder of what they had just seen. The assembly, which included boys and girls from grades 3-12, was followed by a more intensive study session led by the Kollel in each of the high schools.
Here are some pictures from the day: