Friday, April 25, 2014
Rebecca, who has chosen to join us here in Memphis to pursue a Jewish education not available in her hometown of New Orleans, created a haunting representation of the possessions left behind by a victim of Nazi crimes. They demonstrate the simple, and innocent, humanity of which so many were robbed during that awful time in our history.
Posted by Gil Perl at 4/25/2014 05:01:00 PM
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
The school was alive with the sights and sounds of Pesach today. From the high school boys' leibadik rendition of Chad Gadya together with their Kindergarten buddies to the PreK's Pesach scavenger hunt with Rabbi Stein's shiur, and from model seders galore to Kitah Bet's glorious Pesach play, everywhere you turned it was clear that Pesach was in the air.
For clips from the Pesach play see the Youtube playlist below. For pictures click here.
Posted by Gil Perl at 4/09/2014 08:56:00 PM
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
From hovercrafts to mag-lev trains and exploding balloons to dissected owl pellets, there was fun and exciting evidence of learning on display everywhere one turned. For more pictures from the evening click here.
Posted by Gil Perl at 4/08/2014 08:17:00 AM