Our state of the art Science Lab at our Girls campus was completed in August, just in time for the 2018-2019 school year.
Thanks to a grant received from Legacy Learning Labs and matching funds from our donors, we now have the space and the equipment necessary to offer our students cutting edge STEM experiences.
During the mid-winter break, a number of our students from Tarzana visited BMG in Lakewood and Ner Yisroel in Baltimore with Rav Yosef Shaliyehsabou. Here they are together with HaRav Yeruchem Olshin, Rosh Yeshiva of BMG.
Alumnae from all over Israel attend the Reunion Dinner with Rabbi & Mrs. Stulberger.
There was a big turnout for the Boys Division Alumni Dinner in Israel. (There are a few yeshiva visit pictures in here too.)
Rabbi Stulberger stopped by more yeshivos to visit Boys Division alumni in Israel.
Rabbi Stulberger has been visiting the Girls Division alumnae in Israel.
Rabbi Stulberger is visiting our alumni in yeshivos throughout Israel. Here is the first batch of pictures.
Rabbi Stullberger began his trip to Israel with the Annual Girls Division Alumnae Shabbaton.
Rabbi Stulberger will be landing in Israel Thursday evening, January 17th, to begin his visit with alumni. It will be a busy trip and, if you are in Israel, you will have many occasions to see him. Here is his itinerary while he is in Israel.
- Shabbaton for Girls Division alumnae in Har Nof on January 18 & 19 (Parashas Beshalach).
- Boys Division Alumni Dinner on Tuesday, January 22 at 8:00 PM at Zvil Hall (26 Shmuel Hanavi), spouses welcome.
- Girls Division Alumnae Dinner on Wednesday, January 23 at 8:00 PM at Zvil Hall (26 Shmuel Hanavi), spouses welcome.
- Vaad for Men on Thursday evening, January 24 at 10:30 PM at Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim in Sanhedria HaMurchevet.
- Shabbaton for Boys Division alumni on January 25 & 26 (Parashas Yisro) in Yeshiva Medrash Shmuel in Rechavia.
Note: Parents of alumni are welcome to join either alumni dinner, please RSVP.
Rabbi Stulberger will be speaking at many Yeshivos and Seminaries during his stay. He can be reached at 052-569-0191 or 818-398-6277.
While Jake Schochet volunteers with a variety of organizations, he said ETTA was his “gateway drug” that led to his involvement with other groups.
Four years ago, the 17-year-old Valley Torah High School senior began volunteering with the nonprofit that provides a spectrum of services to people with autism, Down syndrome and other intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Here’s a quick look back at last year.