Students from all divisions of the Shulamith School for Girls in Cedarhurst celebrated Purim in style!
In the Early Childhood Division, costumed talmidot learned about the upcoming chag.
In the Lower Division, the annual Mitzvah Masquerade was a resounding success. Third and fourth graders worked in groups to create costumes related to brachot, mitzvoth or Chumash.Each group was allotted three minutes to present their costumes, and the creative results were impressive.
Eighth graders took charge of the annual SWO sponsored Purim Carnival. Led by Shoshana Brunner, Ahuva Langsam and Elana Weiss, the carnival afforded each student the opportunity to greet Adar with unbridled simcha.
This year’s carnival had a Western theme, so there were cowgirls running the moon bounce, obstacle course, and booths that included the ever-popular Fluff ’n Chips, Pickle Race, and Ring Toss, and the newly-created Photo Booth and Pin the Tail on the Donkey.
As they noshed on cotton candy and popcorn, it was evident that a great time was had by all.