Honoring Passover One Cereal Box at a Time

If you had walked down the halls of The Rashi School this past week, you would have seen giant bins full of Passover temptations: cereal, oatmeal, crackers. Why? One of the customs associated with Passover is to search for, collect, and either destroy or donate chametz, foods that are not eaten during Passover which typically include leavened bread or any food that contains wheat, rye, barley, oats or spelt, to individuals in need.
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