“We have some families whose income has just stopped.”
The de Toledo High School had purchased the masks to protect the school community during last fall’s wildfires.
The lack of clutter was nice, but the lack of company made me feel crazed. I was lonely.
Moments after the staff members left the room to call security and building maintenance about the noises the roof came crashing down.
Dozens of Jewish schools in the borough will be installing the doors to keep out attackers, according to the Israel-based manufacturer.
At Carmel Academy, their emphasis on service extends to support for military veterans and military-bound students.
There are many reasons that parents choose to send their kids to a particular Jewish Day School — and many of them have anything to do with Judaism.
When you see a parent with a child who has a cognitive and/or physical disability at your supermarket, playground or synagogue, how do you react?
Looking at the police around him, one boy said calmly, “I think it’s a bomb.” Then he thought for a moment. “What happens if a bomb explodes right here?”
Our communities, schools, synagogues, and programs are — effectively — designed to push a significant portion of our children away from the Jewish community.