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A Thousand Words – February 22, 2024

Even as our students strive to provide support, solidarity and compassion to those in need, they simultaneously draw tremendous strength from the families they encounter – especially during this period, which has brought forth so many heroic and inspirational figures.

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A Thousand Words – February 15, 2024

“Kol chatan v’kol kallah” – the sounds of happiness, a bride and a groom were heard this week at OTS’s Neveh Channah High School for girls, at the wedding of a newly converted couple from the Netherlands who received a

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A Thousand Words – January 15, 2024

In honor of the Hebrew month of Shvat, the Katz Oriya High School for Girls hosted a panel of alumnae who are currently serving in a variety of military, civilian and educational roles. The graduates – who came back “home” to

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Yisrael Hayom – A Question of Education

A Question of Education It takes courage to educate children to a historical and national consciousness that refuses to close its eyes and knows how to link the siege to the Holocaust, the state and war • An education that

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A Thousand Words – December 4, 2023

Uriel Baruch had a birthday this week, but there was no celebration – because Uriel Baruch is being help in captivity by Hamas, deep in the heart of Gaza. Students in Jacob Sapirstein ‘Ariel’ Junior High and High School for

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A Thousand Words – November 27, 2023

Twelfth graders at OTS’s Neveh Channah High School for Girls in Memory of Anna Ehrman invested a tremendous amount of time, energy and love in an effort to fill the hearts and stomachs of the IDF soldiers protecting us – they

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Points of Light: Volunteering is Learning

Points of Light: Volunteering is Learning “One of my 12th graders casually shared with me that her farmer father, who was called up to reserves, left his raspberry patch for the family to harvest while he was mobilized. Effectively, this

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Points of Light: Setting a Personal Example

Points of Light: Setting a Personal Example The educational and administrative staff of OTS’s Derech Avot High School knows very well how to grow and nurture students; this week, due to the situation, they went out to the field, to

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