Presenting our Elementary School ambassadors!

Presenting our Elementary School ambassadors!

Presenting our Elementary School ambassadors! Mazal tov to 5A’s Aaron Assor and David Lasry, 5B’s Tina Cale and Natan Amar, 6A’s Eli Amar, and Lia Knafo, and 6B’s Yehuda Haimovici and Sarah Suissa! These students were selected based on their...
Parashat Ki Tisa: We are all better when we give to the whole

Parashat Ki Tisa: We are all better when we give to the whole

We have a fundamental need to feel special and unique yet know that we belong. Isolation and shunning are amongst the harshest of punishments for that very reason. It is also the reason for which an Orwellian society as depicted in his novel 1984 is so frightening. We...
Parashat Tetzaveh: Finding inspiration in the mundane

Parashat Tetzaveh: Finding inspiration in the mundane

When was the last time you gave yourself a high five? The mere thought of it sounds ridiculous, yet this simple act has the power to unlock your creativity, motivation and positive emotions. You might have heard about the High Five Habit, recently popularized by Mel...
Grade 6 Boys embrace exciting Mishna Challenge

Grade 6 Boys embrace exciting Mishna Challenge

This week our Grade 6 Boys Mishmar class led by School Rabbi Rabbi Eddie Shostak and our Kollel Torah MiTzion bachurim embarked on an exciting new learning adventure! On Wednesday they launched the “50/50 Mishna Challenge” with the goal of learning five masechtot —...
Parashat Yitro: Leaning on others

Parashat Yitro: Leaning on others

In 1972 Bill Withers wrote the iconic song “Lean on Me”. If you are over a certain age, you are already humming the tune even if you cannot recall all the lyrics. If you don’t know it — it’s a great song! That said, it is easier said than done. From birth, we are...