Critical Minds, Compassionate Hearts

From Camp to the Classroom

Much like our students, many of our faculty and staff exchange new ideas and fresh perspectives between camp and Rashi. 
When Rashi’s bell rings for the last time of the school year, many Rashi students enthusiastically channel their energy to the magic of camp. They leave for the summer knowing what it means to be an active participant in a kehillah at Rashi and use some of that experience to be positive community members at camp. In September, campers return refreshed and ready to begin the school cycle again. Much like our students, many of our faculty and staff exchange new ideas and fresh perspectives between camp and Rashi.

Will your kids see some of these Rashi teachers over the summer?

Janie Brauer, our Learning Specialist for our lower grades, has been at Rashi since 2008 and has her Master's in Education from Lesley University. She is also a Head Counselor this summer at Camp Pembroke, an overnight Jewish summer camp for girls ages 8-16.

Margo Seresky is completing her first school year as an assistant teacher for Grade 1. She is also the Program Director at Camp Tevya, an overnight Jewish summer camp for children ages 8-16.

Our School Nurse, Mary Beth Stone, has been at Rashi since 2008 and also serves as the camp nurse at Beaver Summer Camp. Beaver runs a day camp for children aged 3-15.

Ari Markovski is a Hebrew teacher who has been at Rashi since 2010. This summer, he will serve as a yoga instructor and team builder at Concord Academy summer camp, a day camp for children aged 3-16.

Rashi’s Admissions Office collects information about where students go to camp to help make connections for new families. If you haven’t filled out the survey, you can do so here

We would also be happy to share this information with current Rashi families. Please reach out to Adrien Khelemsky.
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