Weekly Updates – Jerusalem March 29, 2018

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Dear Parents, Today is the start of Spring Break and all the students are on the way to celebrate Passover – some at home, some with friends, some are traveling within Israel and some outside of Israel. Here are this week’s highlights: On Sunday afternoon the culture committee met and continued planning the Passover Seder. […]

Weekly Updates – Tel Aviv March 29, 2018

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Shalom Parents and Chag Sameach! Today is the start of Spring Break and all the students are on the way to celebrate Passover – some at home, some with friends, some are traveling within Israel and some outside of Israel. However, here are some highlights from our past week: Last Shabbat, the Selah students spent […]

Weekly Updates – Tel Aviv April 20, 2017

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Shalom Parents! The students just came back from their Pesach holiday. Many of the students made use of platforms we offered and many of the opportunities that Israel has to offer in the spring! Alex Maybloom for example spent some time in the beautiful desert:“Over the Pesach holiday I went to stay in a place called […]

Weekly Updates – Jerusalem April 20, 2017

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Dear Parents, We hope this email finds you well and you all enjoyed the Pesach holiday. While Natali is having fun leading our international trip in Germany, I’m more than happy to share our weekly letter with you  This week our schedule was a bit different due to Chag Pesach. We began our weekly routine […]

Weekly Updates – Tel Aviv April 6, 2017

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Shalom Parents! Our week is just about to end and Pesach is already here! Yesterday we came back from the north of Israel, The Golan Heights. The tiyul started with an overview of the south of the Golan Heights. Our tour guide, Tuvia Scott, gave us a talk on the work that was carried out […]

Weekly Updates – Jerusalem April 6, 2017

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Dear Parents, As I write to you the students are cleaning their apartments for Passover. Then we will all sit down for the Passover Seder to have our lunch like a big happy family. We are going to read the Hagadah in Hebrew and then we will sing some Pesach songs and eat Chaya’s famous […]