Students, fathers, grandfathers and rebbeim gathered together for breakfast and learning today in our beis medrash for our Pre-Purim Generations Learning program.
Today’s festivities started off with a Siyum on Mesechta Sotah by Michael Arashebn.
The Siyum was followed by a gala Rosh Chodesh breakfast.
The boys were treated to a visit by the TNT Dunk Squad. Their acrobatic performance gave new meaning to ונהפוך הוא.
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!
The first voluntary night seder of the new semester was packed! Nearly 50 boys joined with their rebbeim to learn together after school. The evening concluded with dinner from Orange Delite.
The Boys Division STUCO sponsored a park day today! Basketball, baseball, soccer and super-large deli subs to top it off.
We survived the frigid weather on Friday night. The Motzaei Shabbos activities ran the gamut from a Gaga tournament to a moving kumzits.
The weather on Sunday took a turn for the awesome. We put away the scarfs and gloves, and broke out the light sweatshirts. Skiing, snowboarding and sledding were a perfect way to end the Shabbaton.
We have arrived in Running Springs. It is quite chilly, but beautiful. Gut Shabbos!
The third voluntary Night Seder of the year was held tonight. The boys started with a cookies and chocolate milk snack followed by chavrusa learning with the rebbeim. Rabbi Grama gave a quick wrap-up shiur. The shiur was followed by a grand BBQ Dinner, Maariv and raffles.
Fathers, grandfathers, uncles, cousins and brothers joined our students for our Generations Breakfast and Learning.
Today’s Rosh Chodesh breakfast was extra-grand to also celebrate the end of a sensational WASC visitation. The WASC visitation was very impressed with the school and especially with our students. Mr. Tomer Kleinman, our Boys Division Secular Principal spearheaded all WASC related activities. Rabbi Stulberger presented him with a token of our appreciation for all his work.
The breakfast included lox and bagels, scrambled eggs, chocolate milk and more.
The breakfast concluded with the presentation of the first quarter awards: