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Over 200 Shulamith Middle Division students set out on their first schoolwide trip of the year last Wednesday, to Bounce in Syosset. Five buses pulled out shortly after 9:30, filled with laughing, … more
Members of the Woodmere Fire Department came to Shulamith to speak with young students about fire safety. The firefighters were Jason Hagler, Joey Greenstein, Sruly Max (father of eighth grader Meira … more
The Shulamith Middle Division held its annual Big Sister/ Little Sister Breakout on Oct. 14, Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan. G.O. Presidents Tzipori Eichler and Ariella Schecter, and Vice Presidents Leora … more
Sixty-three excited Shulamith eighth graders embarked on a memorable two day trip to Washington last week. Our first stop was Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, where we visited the burial … more
The seventh graders of Shulamith Middle Division traveled to Philadelphia on March 26 for a day of touring in the City of Brotherly Love. Bustling with excitement, the girls boarded buses at 7 am … more
The Shulamith School for Girls Middle Division enjoyed its second schoolwide trip of the year, this one to the United Skates of America roller skating rink in Seaford on March 24. Many girls … more
Taking Shulamith’s education to the next level is the focus of its Road to Excellence campaign and dinner, set for Tuesday, April 28 at the Sands of Atlantic Beach. These are exciting times … more
Last Tuesday evening, in a sold out theater on Central Avenue, the curtain rose as more than 70 Shulamith middle graders performed their hearts out in “Twisted.” It’s a play … more
Each year, the students and faculty of Shulamith Middle Division look forward to Chanukah and the chance to celebrate the chag together with unbounded joy, fun-filled activities … more
Shoshana Rockoff resides with her family in West Hempstead and attends Shulamith School for Girls. She is focused on achieving goals and has a deep appreciation for her schoolwork. more
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