with Rabbi Joe Forman
Introducing our Religious School Programming for 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th graders.
All of our programs include a meal (lunch or dinner). We will accommodate all special dietary needs. (No previous religious school experience is necessary to participate in this program.)
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Or Chadash Religious School 2015-2016 8th, 9th, 10th grade Programs
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All classes are for 8th, 9th and 10th graders. Dates and details are subject to change.
Perspectives on the L'Taken Seminar at RAC, February 25-28, 2011
Walking into the lobby of what would be our home for the next three nights, the atmosphere was clearly buzzed. At the sign-up area, there were several men with kippahs bent over clipboards and the entire population seemed to have name-tags with their names, temples, and states (Betsy would have been in heaven). I went last year, but this feeling swallowed me again: yes, we all had suitcases, disheveled hair, name-tags, nervous chaperones, but we all felt oddly alike. All of the teens around us were Jews. And in Hunterdon Central, that’s weird...
Click here to read more of the students perspectives on the L'Taken Seminar.
Bea and Larry Abrams:
We had the privilege of chaperoning 9 of our temple’s teens for a weekend in Washington, DC, sponsored by The Religious Action Center (of the Union for Reform Judaism). It was the second time we participated in the program, called L’Taken (meaning to heal or fix). While the program was similar to that of last year, we were still impressed by its timeliness, scope and depth, as well as the professionalism and approachability of the RAC staff. We also were awed by how well the students became involved. Their grasp of subject matter and final presentations would make any rational person proud.
Click here to read more of the chaperones perspective on the L'Taken Seminar.
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