With Israel, it’s personal. When the Rashi community first learned about the many fires that broke out in Israel over Thanksgiving, we did what anyone would do: we reached out to our friends and loved ones in Israel to learn if they were safe, let them know that they are in our hearts, and to find out how our community could support them.
When engaging in scientific research, students explore different ways to describe their observations so that they can have discussions that fuel scientific understanding. In this seventh grade science class, students are discussing the merits of using quantitative and qualitative data based on the situation.
Almost everyone who has come into Rashi has walked through the Sukkat Shalom—the central area on the first floor of our building—but many who have come through don’t know the history and intended power of the space.