Mazel tov to Mr. & Mrs. Saul (’80) Kessler on the birth of a baby boy!
Mazel tov to Dr. Behzad (’00) & Yemina ([’02] Barkey) Souferzadeh on the birth of a baby boy!
The video below was not produced by Valley Torah and is a secular production – it is still well worth watching.
Sir Ken Robinson gives a highly entertaining and thought provoking presentation on the effects of today’s education on our children’s creativity.
This is the fourth segment of the new weekly video series from Rabbi Stulberger – You’ve Been Called to the Dean’s Office. It’s a short (this time – four minute) message on a timely Torah topic. This week’s message: “Responsibility to Sensitivity.”
Mazel tov To Mr. & Mrs. Avi (’98) Rosen on the birth of a baby girl!
Valley Torah is playing YULA tonight. The JV game starts at 7:30 and the Varsity game starts at 9:00. We will update the score every quarter.
First quarter: VTHS 6, YULA 9
Halftime: VTHS 12, YULA 23
Third quarter: VTHS 24, YULA 37
Final score: VTHS 38, YULA 51
First quarter: VTHS 14, YULA 11
Halftime: VTHS 27, YULA 23
Third quarter: VTHS 33, YULA 37
Final score: VTHS 42, YULA 53
Today ended with a special BBQ sponsored by the Boys Division Student Council. In addition to the food, there was a special surprise activity. See the pictures below.
Mazel tov to Yair (’03) & Aravah Treister on their recent marriage.
Mrs. Rachel Grossman is giving a shiur for adult women, tomorrow, Thursday, December 24, at 11:oo AM in the Girls Division building (12003 Riverside Dr.). This is a great opportunity to avoid the malls and the the holiday Muzak. If you’re off from work, come enjoy Torah in a warm female-friendly environment, and be a role model to the students at the same time!
This is the third segment of the new weekly video series from Rabbi Stulberger – You’ve Been Called to the Dean’s Office. It’s a short (three minute) message on a timely Torah topic. This week’s message: Turning the Mundane into the Sublime.
This week’s segment in dedicated in memory of Avraham ben Dovid Striks z”l.
Mazel tov to Daniel Rosenberg (’05) of his engagement to Floryn Gottleib!!
What’s Under the (Cowboy) Hat? That was the question that everyone was talking about at Valley Torah Girls School and among Emek Hebrew Academy’s Seniors. We all found out the answer, Wednesday, the 5th day of Chanuka, when everyone moseyed on over for the most amazing shindig at the Valley Torah Barnyard and Farm!
The Valley Torah Social Hall was completely transformed through the talents and hard work of STUCO and the Chanuka Chagiga committee. Walking into that room was like discovering a farm at Valley Torah! Thanks to the massive hay stacks, it even smelled like a farm!
The day of the shindig, our waitresses (9th and 10th grades) served delicious hot dogs in buns, baked beans, and taco salad from adorable serving stations. A couple of friendly horses tried to nibble the goods, but were directed to the apple bins instead.
After lunch we played a wild and crazy game–humongous dice, bins of cheerios and popcorn, and lots of laughter and tons of fun!
Our VT Ambassadors (11th and 12th grades) made friends with our super special guests–Emek’s senior class! As we bade farewell to our guests, the VT Ambassadors commented…”Those Emek girls are the BEST!”
But, the fun in the barnyard was not yet done! The square dance music began and we whooped and hollered as we bowed to our partners, made Left-Hand Stars, Doe-Sah-Doed, and even got through the famously complicated Grand Right and Left! We Swung our Corners and Promenaded home!
We will long remember the Valley Torah Barnyard Shindig–Chanuka 5770!