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Smith and Tetzeli Attend London Shakespeare Program

Anna Dubey ‘21 and Raphaela Gold ‘21 Latin teacher Sammie Smith and English Department Chair and English teacher Mari Tetzeli spent their summer in London studying Shakespeare through an interactive, playful lens. They participated in a three-week program for teachers which is incidentally run by the same organization behind Heschel’s […]

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Dose of History: Mother’s Day

By Alexandra Wenger ‘21 Of all the months of the year, May is certainly a favorite of many mothers. On Mother’s Day we gather around the wonderful mothers in our lives and celebrate their influence in society. The American version of Mother’s Day originated with a peace activist named Ann […]

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Heschel Wins Senior Hockey Night

By Raphaela Gold ‘21 On Tuesday April 30, as Heschel hosted the Ma’ayanot Hockey team for a game, the school came together to celebrate the graduating students who have contributed to the team over their years at Heschel. This year, five senior girls on the Heschel Varsity Hockey Team were […]

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Heschel Marks Holocaust Remembrance Day

By Sophie Fisher ‘21 In commemoration of Yom HaShoah, which fell on Thursday, May 2nd, Heschel held three main programs. On Wednesday, Ray Kaner, grandmother of Heschel alumna Lizzy Kaner, spoke to the school and shared the story of how she survived the Holocaust. First, Lizzy introduced her grandmother, expressing […]

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Heschel Celebrates Yom Hazikaron and Yom Ha’atzmaut

By Anna Dubey ‘21 and Alexandra Wenger ‘21 Programming during Yom HaZikaron and Yom Ha’atzmaut this year was found highly meaningful by the Heschel community and featured much student involvement. Of this year’s student Yom HaZikaron and Yom Ha’atzmaut planning committee, Talmud teacher, Machar fellow, and programming coordinator Johanna Press […]