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A heated roundtable discussion among parents of special needs students and Kulanu administrators on one of the coldest nights last week exposed the raw wounds of bullying and attempted to find solutions to solve this age-old recurring problem. more
Kulanu Academy is pleased to announce that five of our students will be graduating this year.  Wishing Barbara D., Yonatan G., Chananya S., Garrick S., and Joshua W. much success in their future endeavors!   In addition, we are proud to share that Jack A., Abigail E., Bryan H., Moshe K., David S., Chananya S., Joshua W., and Josh Z. passed their Regents or Regents Competency Test this year!  more
Issue of August 28, 2009 / 8 Elul 5769 Kulanu's eight-week summer camp ended Tuesday. 30 children with special needs, shared facilities and activities with HAFTR's Camp Hillel; several … more
Announcement made at special ed school's annual community fair Staff Report Issue of May 22, 2009 / 28 Iyar 5769 At their annual fair in Cedarhurst Park on Sunday, Kulanu announced that it … more
Kulanu Academy students joined the cause to raise awareness of those who have lost their lives due to anaphylaxis, a severe whole-body allergic reaction to a chemical that has become an allergen, by participating in the 1st Annual Worldwide “Love Remembers Day.” more
Visit the cotton candy station to find the action at Kulanu’s annual fair this Sunday afternoon in Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park, said Bob Block, who was recently hired to do corporate … more
Coming this September, Kulanu’s limudai kodesh (Jewish Studies) program will be available to special needs students beyond those currently attending a Kulanu program. Torah L’Kulanu, a unique hands-on interactive program will fill a community need, said its director, Rabbi David Zeidel. more
Last week, I started the third year in my volunteer job at Kulanu’s Camp Discovery. I love meeting up with my campers from last year, and look forward to meeting the new ones in my baking and … more
Both children and adults doubled their fun as the beautiful weather and exciting attractions made Kulanu’s annual community fair at Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park the place to be last Sunday. The fair raises money for the Cedarhurst-based Center for Special Services. “It is important to support Kulanu for the wonderful work that they do for the special needs children in the community,” said Jay Goldmark, a Woodmere resident. more
Supporters of Kulanu filled the ballroom at the Sands of Atlantic Beach on Saturday night, February 16 for their annual dinner. The evening’s Guests of Honor were Brenda and Stanley Goldstein and Friendship award recipients Raquel Bernstein and Adam Steiglitz. more
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