Stories of a Jewish Community Day School

Torah Talk for Parashat Bo

This week’s parasha tells the story of the last three plagues, the preparations that the Bnei Yisrael needed to make in order to leave Mitzrayim, and the actual exodus itself. Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch (19th Century Germany) has an interesting take on the order of the plagues. He connects the plagues to the original …

January 16, 2018|By |Author Type:Faculty and Staff| Topics: Torah Talks|Tags: |

Students Create Sculptures and Paintings Inspired by Iconic Israeli Artists

As part of our yearlong celebration of Israel’s 70th birthday, students are learning about prominent Israeli art and artists, and creating paintings and sculptures inspired by these artists’ works. MILTON students were not only introduced to the works of the iconic artists, but to unique media, materials, and techniques as well. …

January 9, 2018|By |Author Type:Faculty and Staff| Topics: Arts|Tags: Israel, STEAM, Visual Arts|

Torah Talk for Parashat Vaera

In this parasha, God brings the first seven plagues upon the Egyptians through Moshe and Aharon, but Pharaoh repeatedly refuses to allow the Bnei Yisrael to leave. Were the plagues miracles, or did nature behave serendipitously at this time leading up to the Exodus? According to the Malbim (Meir Leibush …

January 9, 2018|By |Author Type:Faculty and Staff| Topics: Torah Talks|Tags: Parent-Child Learning|

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Purim Ball Tickets, Auction, and More – Superhero Style!

Tickets on sale next week! Personal greetings and journal ads are available now through the Purim Ba …

MILTON School Video 2017-18

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