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  • Middle School watchJun 20, 2019

    2nd Annual Charity Teacher Walk/Run

    By Courtney Athenas (Middle School Physical Education Teacher and Girls Baseball Coach) As one of the coordinators for middle school Knesset I really wanted them to give back to the community each year. Last year we started a charity teacher mile and all the proceeds go to a charity of the Knesset’s choice. For the […]

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  • High SchoolSchechter in the News watchJun 10, 2019

    Way to Go!: Brookville Teen Receives $36G Award

    Photo: Sara Blau, a senior at Schechter School of Long Island in Williston Park, is one of 15 Jewish teens nationwide to receive the 2018 Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award from the Helen Diller Family Foundation. Photo Credit: Chris Shaw A Brookville teenager who started a nonprofit that provides sports equipment to disadvantaged youths has […]

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  • Lower School watchJun 10, 2019

    Code Rush

    Code Monkey is the world’s leading game-based learning platform for teaching programming to K-8 students. For the past 3 years they have sponsored Code Rush, a nationwide coding competition for grades 3-5. This year 24 students participated on 3 teams: Schechter LI’s Coding Lions (Micah B., Shay G., Shayna B., Sara R., Coby B., Jake […]

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  • High School watchJun 10, 2019

    Class of 2019 on Their Senior Israel Trip

    The senior class is on their three-week adventure in Israel, a culmination of their years here at Schechter, under the leadership of Mr. Mike Hirsch, Director of Student Life and joined by Mrs. Hiltzik, our Upper School Principal and Esther DuBow, a member of our Judaic Studies Department. The experience has been extraordinary, and the […]

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  • Lower School watchJun 6, 2019

    Gan Siyum 2019

    Today was a special day as we celebrated the Gan Siyum. Over the course of many years, this occasion was called by several different names. It has been marked as a graduation, a moving up ceremony and now it is called a Siyum, which refers to the completion of a unit of Torah study followed […]

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