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From the moment you drove onto campus today, you felt a love for Israel that’s so deep, so powerful…so Scheck Hillel!

The sights, sounds, tastes and events of today all were part of our Yom HaAtzmaut programming. Families were welcomed to campus by faculty and staff enthusiastically waving oversized Israeli flags and greetings of ‘Boker tov’ and ‘Good morning!’ Israeli music was pumped throughout the campus sound system to add to the fun birthday energy. It was only 8am, and the Yom Ha’Atzmaut ruach was already in full swing!

To kick-off the day’s activities, there was a school wide assembly in the Diener Athletic Center where together we sang, danced, and celebrated Israel’s independence and 67th birthday. After the assembly, students in Grades K-5, made Havdala candles, baked homemade pita and enjoyed some sweet treats all in celebration of Israel's birthday! 

Samuel and Henrietta Scheck Middle School and Ben Lipson Upper School students started their day with special extended morning tefilah sessions. Grades 6-8 later created Israeli art projects, danced to Israeli music and baked pita bread. They also participated in an IDF-style obstacle training course. In between standard classroom studies, Grades 9-12 watched a powerful video about Israel's history. All of these activities provided valuable opportunities to learn about Israel’s independence.

 Please check out our SmugMug album for photos of all of today’s amazing Yom HaAtzmaut programming. A special thanks to Scheck Hillel mom, Lauren Koplowitz for capturing so many photos of today's exciting programming. 

Yom Huledet Sameach!

On Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day, we honor and remember the fallen soldiers and terror victims who have given their lives for Israel.

The day of remembrance began when Ben Lipson Upper School students and Samuel and Henrietta Scheck Middle School students each attended a meaningful ceremony in the Jordan Alexander Ressler Performing Arts Theatre, Friedman-Uhlar Auditorium put on by Grade 9-12 students. Throughout the day, our faculty & staff, students and Scheck Hillel community were invited to observe a sacred memorial of the fallen soldiers and victims. Everyone participated by placing a stone on the Star of David to symbolize the memories of those who have fought for Israel.

As today concludes, we look ahead at  tomorrow’s commemorative Yom HaAtzmaut, celebrating Israel’s independence since 1948.

 

 

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    • TueApr28 Performing Arts Field Trip
    • TueApr28 Parent Book Club: PKT-Grade 5 8:15 AM to 9:15 AM
    • TueApr28 HIP/PTA Guardian Of Learning Event 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
    • ThuApr30 Sports Ceremony: Middle School 8:30 AM
    • ThuApr30 Sports Ceremony: High School 7:00 PM
    • SunMay03 SAT Exams
    • MonMay04 AP Exams
 

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