Over two mornings in October, we welcomed visitors for Generations Day. The event once again brought a special opportunity for generations of the TanenbaumCHAT community to connect with their teenage family members.

Almost 700 guests joined us and began their day at an opening assembly. They were treated to instrumental and choral performances from our music students under the direction of Jaclyn Klimitz ’03. Our esteemed guests were then welcomed with speeches from Head of School Dr Jonathan Levy, Principal Renee Cohen ’95, Board President Howard Simkevitz ’91, Director of Advancement Frances Bigman, and Co-Directors of Student Council Logan Shnier ’23 and Shiraz Meisels ’23.

Afterwards, our guests attended class and had the opportunity to learn side by side with their grandchildren, getting a taste of what makes TanenbaumCHAT so special. Whether creating a work of art, studying Ivrit, working on a science experiment, or playing an instrument, our guests spent the day bonding with their grandchildren, reminiscing about their own high school years and, hopefully, learning something new!

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