Our 3rd graders had their second visit with Gateways: Access to Jewish Education. Gateways spoke to the students about blindness and demonstrated how the blind identify objects and use adaptive items to move through the world.
Our students are learning more than reading, writing and arithmetic at Epstein Hillel. Our Head of School is leading a knitting elective and rounding out some of our learners with a hands on skill.
Thank you to all the EHS families who helped support ROFEH International in their efforts to provide toys, housing, and other support to families with sick children in Boston Hospitals. We were able to help provide toys to children at three hospitals and brought smiles to the faces of so…
Our second grade visited the American Repertory Theater to see a lively performance of Charlotte’s Web. They had an opportunity to meet the actors after the show.
Recently I started reading Seth Godin’s blog. If his name isn’t familiar, Seth Godin is a successful entrepreneur and former dot.com executive who found great success writing and speaking about marketing in the digital age. A recent post was called The Drip, and despite its title, made me think of…
We were so grateful to have internationally recognized artist, Hanoch Piven, here to teach us how to see the world differently. He did two workshops with the EHS community and the results were stunning! We were able to transform everyday objects into works of art.