In 1965, America was at war in Vietnam. Martin Luther King Junior led Civil Rights marches in Alabama from Selma to Montgomery. Men walked in space for the first time. And one of the most popular films of all time, “Sounds of Music” was released.
With Sharon Farkas at the microphone hosting a pretend radio program, students were given individualized attention allowing them to learn at their own pace.
Rachel Bernhardt and Philip Lazerus perform the traditional rituals of lighting the candles and blessing the wine in a Sabbath program at The Solomon Schechter School.
With Mrs. Deborah Greenberg as leader of the dance, a group of children turn into olive trees in an Israeli song and dance honoring Tu Bishvat, the Jewish Arbor Day.