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FIREHAWK: Ms. Goldman  also hopes to follow Shalhevets sports teams.

New Tanach teacher follows sports – and a spiritual path

By Caroline Kboudi, Staff Writer
September 23, 2022

This year Ms.Tovah Goldman, a Los Angeles native and former nursery and Pre-1 teacher, has joined the Shalhevet staff as an 11th-grade...

SISTER: Mika Shalom, Ozs sister, attended Sharfman’s women’s seminary in Jerusalem. She has replaced Mr. Noah Rothman, who’s working toward a bachelor’s degree at UC Berkeley.

YULA grad is new Ed Support assistant for Judaic Studies

By Caroline Kboudi, Staff Writer
September 13, 2022

This year Mika Shalom, sister of Shalhevet senior Oz Shalom, has joined the Shalhevet staff to assist the student life team and...

Ms. Infield loves to be outdoors.

SAC and Chesed leader has Yachad background

By Caroline Kboudi, Staff Writer
October 7, 2021

Chani Infield, a former Yachad director from New Jersey, has taken over as the SAC faculty advisor and head of the Chesed department,...

OVERLOOK: From the balcony of his dorm overlooking the Kotel, David Edwards 20 photographs smoke rising where fireworks had ignited grass fields after being launched from Silwan in East Jerusulam before Shabbat on May 14.

Israel Under Fire: Views of a War

By Keira Beller, Caroline Kboudi, and Tali Liebenthal
August 23, 2021

On May 10, six rockets were fired into Israel from Hamas in Gaza. Two were intercepted by Israel’s Iron Dome air defense system,...

VOTE: Agenda Chair Kate Orlanski presented the “Timely Grading Proposal” at Town Hall last Friday.

Teachers must grade work within three weeks or not assign tests and projects, Town Hall votes

By Caroline Kboudi, Ninth Grade
April 15, 2021

Town Hall decided the very first proposal of the year April 9, voting overwhelmingly that teachers should, unless taking a leave...

HONEST: This 1867 engraving by John C. McRae refers to a famous myth about George Washington that when he was a boy, he damaged his fathers cherry tree with a hatchett. The story goes that when asked what happened to the tree immediately admitted it, saying, Father, I cannot tell a lie.  In advance of the presidential election, students debated the importance of character traits in 2020.

Character vs. policies: Town Hall asks which matters more in a president

By Caroline Kboudi and Benjamin Gamson
November 12, 2020

Does character matter in a leader?  At a Town Hall on Oct. 13, a majority of students said they thought that a candidate’s...

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