In Yavneh News

On Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, we gathered in community for a tekes (ceremony) led by Kitah Zayin/7th Grade. The ceremony that the students write, create artwork for, and lead for the community comes as a culmination of several months of learning across six different subject areas – Language Arts, Social Studies, Jewish Studies, Hebrew, Science, and Art. This year, our students shared their understanding of the meaning of the term “Never Again” in the aftermath of October 7th and highlighted the need to resist hatred and prejudice more than ever before. They educated the school on various acts of resistance during the war and the incredible efforts of those who helped orchestrate the Kindertransport. The evening before, our Kitah Zayin Class beautifully represented the school, singing on the bimah at Congregation Sinai at the South Bay Community Commemoration. Yashar Koach to our Kitah Zayin class and their teachers on their incredible work and service to the school on this important and meaningful day.

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