Archive for August, 2016

Happy Kids, Happier Parents

August 19, 2016 | By

Highlights from a wonderful day spent with our Shulamith family … HS students entertained over 100 girls yesterday at the FitWize studio to help our families prepare for Pesach. From running games, relay races, dance routines and exercise circuits- all in a day’s fun!

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Chessed Program at Junees

August 18, 2016 | By

On Wednesday evening, February 3, the Shulamith High School students took part in a wonderful community chessed program at Junees run by the Levli children’s gemach. Together with a select group of high school students from a number of schools in Long Island, they made bracelets that will be sold in stores on Central Avenue.

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Learning to Ask Questions

August 16, 2016 | By

Are we SLAVES to technology? To fashion? To society? Why must we always follow RULES? What does it say about us when we DO FOLLOW rules? Do we see MITZVOT as requirements to follow or as opportunities to connect? HOW CAN WE RELATE to a thousand-year old story of slavery and redemption? We explored these […]

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Shulamith HS Stands With Israel

August 12, 2016 | By

How did we commemorate? We Remembered. We Memorialized. We watched the film “Our Boys,” which tells the story of the kidnapping of Eyal, Gilad, and Naftali, documenting how each family and the Jewish nation as a whole coped with this tragedy. We discussed the strength that each of these families drew from their faith in […]

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Making a Masterpiece

August 10, 2016 | By

Masterpiece: Exploring Identity Through the Arts What’s the relationship between art and audience? Our theme for the Masterpiece program this year was “Art and I: Identity Through the Lens of the Arts.” This semester we went on a trip to The Museum of Modern Art and to the Met Opera to see Madama Butterfly. Students […]

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