They learned the art of baking with master challah bakers Perla Attia and Nili Segal and the heart of challah baking from master teacher Morah Layah Kievman.
We seem to come together with achdut at time of personal, as well as national, peril.
Guest speakers visit frequently to share their knowledge and experiences while social activities fill the calendar.
This year, the team doubled in size to eight teens.
The only dilemma is making a choice in a boutique filled with stunning selections.
All in attendance were treated to Rabbi Netanel Chait and the Boys Middle School Choir’s sweet-sounding performance that added a special touch to the evening.
Beman says, “I chose 'The Odd Couple' for this year because it is a fun, lighthearted, and iconic tale. "
We seem to have become the razzle-dazzle generation. The loudest and most bombastic gets our attention.
Rabbi Intrator brings Jewish traditions to many who might not usually attend a shul service.
ORT has served educational needs since its establishment in 1880.
The club is in its first year and has already engaged nearly 100 different teens representing the majority of the Jewish students at Nova.
Purim, of course, is the quintessential tale of Jewish deliverance. The Book of Esther, the megillah, chronicles the riveting story.
It unified the team and was even more meaningful because we had the whole school watching at home.