Rabbi Stulberger was in Baltimore for an alumni Shabbaton. Here are some pictures from the Melave Malka. Thank you Mrs. Jackie Ariel for arranging this wonderful weekend.
Getting into the Purim (Katan) spirit, STUCO once again went above and beyond with an incredible Let’s Make a Deal game. Students each came dressed in costume and were treated to an entertaining program filled with challenges, trivia, and excellent prizes for everyone. The game ended with the ultimate prize “behind door #1” a Gad Elbaz concert!!! The energy and simcha in the room was incredible and has taken us through the week!
Our state of the art Science Lab at our Girls campus was completed in August, just in time for the 2018-2019 school year.
Thanks to a grant received from Legacy Learning Labs and matching funds from our donors, we now have the space and the equipment necessary to offer our students cutting edge STEM experiences.
Alumnae from all over Israel attend the Reunion Dinner with Rabbi & Mrs. Stulberger.
Rabbi Stulberger has been visiting the Girls Division alumnae in Israel.
Rabbi Stullberger began his trip to Israel with the Annual Girls Division Alumnae Shabbaton.
A select group of prospective students from across LA attended our Mini-Experience yesterday.
9th Grade had their class Chagigah last Thursday and it was a blast! Students enjoyed a sushi lunch that was enhanced by the Divrei Torah of fellow classmate Ariel Cohen. Afterwards the class played a getting to know you game and had a donut decorating competition. It was a special time spent together and getting to know each other even more. Thank you to the students who planned the event – Rena Cooper, Miriam Eisman, Tari Gottlieb, and Esther Saeedian.
10th Grade had their Chagigah this past Tuesday and enjoyed a special lunch, game, and cookie decorating. Thank you Mrs. Segal, Miss Gohary, and Mrs. Rosenberg for coordinating.
To commemorate Veteran’s Day, Valley Torah Girls Division heard from Major Dr. Eli Ziv about his experiences in the US Army Reserves serving in both Iraq and Afghanistan. After a very informative presentation, students created Tefillah cards for Jewish soldiers in the US army to be distributed through the organization Kosher Troops.