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A group of seventh and eighth graders at the Shulamith School for Girls in Cedarhurst visited the Five Towns JCC on Yom Ha’Atzmaut to celebrate with local seniors. The girls who went were … more
During their joyous celebration of Yom Ha’Atzmaut last week, the day’s flavor was blue and white (which tasted mighty fine!). Children at the lower division of the Shulamith School for … more
Third and fourth graders of Shulamith School for Girls in Cedarhurst took part in a Yom HaShoah commemoration last week. In addition to lighting candles in memory of the kedoshim, the students … more
Developing a relationship with Hashem was the topic of the third in a series of panel discussions at the Shulamith School for Girls Middle Division in Cedarhurst. Last Wednesday, students in … more
Third graders at Shulamith School for Girls in Cedarhurst presented “Finding Our Roots: A Journey Home,” a unique and original show, on Sunday.   Directed and written by Rina … more
After months of careful preparation and planning, fourth graders of Shulamith hosted Layl Kishronot last Wednesday. It was an event that gave each girl the chance to take pride in her artistic … more
For many students, science fairs are both fun and enlightening. At top, Shulamith School for Girls students Tamar Davies (left) and Sophie Bhatia are eager to explain their exhibits. Below, fourth … more
Pi day — March 14 (or 3.14) — was celebrated by the middle division of Shulamith. Five picture puzzles with pi puns were posted as a competition for students to solve. Tzvi Goldstein … more
Students at the Shulamith Middle Division presented Rabbi Ari Fuld of Standing Together with $300 raised through the sale of solidary bracelets and Purim greeting cards written completely in Ivrit. … more
Every parent and teacher aspires to bring the Torah to life for their charges, and the Living Torah Museum in Brooklyn provides an opportunity to do just that. On March 9, Shulamith eighth graders … more
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