Category: Special Events

From darkness to light…

April 26, 2018 | By

“It has been said, ‘time heals all wounds.’ I do not agree. The wound remains. In time, the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone.” – Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Julie Golding, the Director of Education at the Amud Aish Holocaust Education Center explored with […]

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ShulaMEET!

December 27, 2017 | By

On the 7th day of Chanukah, nearly 100 prospective 9th grade students crammed the classrooms and hallways of Shulamith High School, much as candles that evening would completely fill up  the menorah. They were participating in ShulaMEET, a day-long experience of visiting classes, sampling clubs, and meeting up with current Shulamith students, many of whom, […]

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Fifty Years of a Unified Yerushalyim

May 26, 2017 | By

Yom Yerushalyim celebrates fifty years of a unified Jerusalem. At Shulamith, we celebrated as well!   On Tuesday, students, parents, and staff attended a showing of “In Our Hands; The Battle for Jerusalem” which tells the story of Israel’s 55th Paratrooper Brigade. With firsthand interviews and historical reenactments, this powerful docudrama focuses on the commitment and sacrifice […]

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Be Confident 👍

May 24, 2017 | By

   Over a Sunday brunch of French toast and iced coffee, our students and their mothers explored the essential topic of girls’ confidence. The Confidence Brunch, featuring Allison Josephs of Jew in the City, focused on empowering our girls to find their voice and take pride in their Torah values. Josephs’ organization, Jew in the […]

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From Darkness to Light ✨ מאפלה לאורה

May 9, 2017 | By

The juxtaposition of יום הזיכרון and יום העצמאות this week helped us commemorate our history and heritage.  We honored the sacrifices made for our country and then celebrated and appreciated the miracles that founded the State of Israel. WE STOOD IN SOLIDARITY AS WE WATCHED HOW THE SIREN WAS PLAYED IN ISRAEL ( CLICK HERE TO […]

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How do you prepare for Purim?

March 13, 2017 | By

From Color War to Purim Shpiels.. Is there meaning to all of this fun? Purim is a time to stop, to notice and to connect. It is at time to find beauty in everyday miracles, to unite as a nation and to live every day with purpose. As Jewish institutions around the nation have been […]

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Would love to see you!

March 8, 2017 | By

Dear Shulamith Family, On behalf of the Zerykier family, I’d like to invite you to stop by our home on Purim. Bring your family—we take Purim very seriously—and look forward to sharing good times together!  Cody Wells of C3Brix will be facilitating interactive lego activities for kids of all ages. We will be home from […]

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From Google to Gandhi…

February 21, 2017 | By

MONDAY: Scholars Program at the New York City Public Library   TUESDAY: Engineering Class goes to Google   TUESDAY EVENING: Social Studies class stays for after school Gandhi Movie Night   WEDNESDAY: Chessed Pop Up Shop and clothing drive   WEDNESDAY EVENING: Head to Heart Program features STEM challenge, Confidence Pinterest Boards, Cartooning and a […]

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Karaoke B’Yachad!

December 29, 2016 | By

What better way to start off the celebration of Chanukkah than a Chanukkah party with Yachad?  This past Thursday night, we at Shulamith High School hosted Senior Yachad for some Chanukah treats and karaoke!  Yachad is an organization focused on inclusion, which provides social, emotional, academic, and psychological support for individuals with special needs.  We […]

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Lights, Camera, Action!

December 19, 2016 | By

Cinderella: The World’s Favorite Fairy Tale We’re always working towards becoming our best selves. We accomplish this goal through our many student centered and interactive classes, programs, and trips, and most recently, our play! Our girls collaborated, solidified friendships, and learned about themselves as they prepared for and performed “Cinderella,” this past Wednesday night. A modified version […]

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