Sunday, April 26, 2015 Iyyar 7, 5775
Fifth-graders participated in a recent program at Tiferet Bet Israel in Blue Bell called "Torah Academy." As part of the Hebrew curriculum, this pilot extracurricular program began in January 2007, teaching fourth- and fifth-graders to read Torah from the ground up. They learned Torah trop -- the signs in the Chumash that tell the reader how each word should be...
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Jessica Katz (left) and Sarah Eidelson, co-organizers of Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy's Human Rights Conference, present Omer Ismail, keynote speaker and Darfur activist, with a conference T-shirt that bears the clarion call: "If not now, when?" Ismail was joined by 15 additional speakers on human rights, whose topics ranged from issues related to migrant workers, health care, the Holocaust...
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A warm winter didn't stop the Tuesday/Thursday 2-year-old class at Or Ami Nursery School from "playing in the snow" this season. Teachers Roz Shrager and Susan Silverman imported some in for fun. Enjoying the shaving-cream "snow" (from left) are Jared Rutman and Max Baer.
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Rep. John Sabatina of the 174th District visited the Paley Early Learning Center and presented a citation from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to director Sandy Chernow, and preschoolers Riley Treegoob (left) and Aaron Heller. The Paley Center is one of the few centers in the region to become a Keystone Stars 4A Center. This means it has been reaccredited by...
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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
Alana Weiner, a senior at the University of Pennsylvania, is standing up for Israel by attempting to increase its visibility on campus, and thereby heighten an appreciation of the country's many achievements among her fellow students. She plans to do this thanks to a new fellowship program developed by a group called StandWithUs. StandWithUs is an international, nonprofit, Israel education...
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