After the astounding success of our 2021 virtual TanenbaumCHAT Teaches sessions, we were excited to welcome our community into the building for a phenomenal, curated series of lectures taught by a stellar roster of our educators and staff.

The program met four times  between February and May, with an additional pre-Passover “Stepping up to the Seder plate” lecture taught by Head of School Dr. Jonathan Levy.

The courses covered a range of topics, including Jewish studies, English, Israel engagement, photography, art, engineering, Jewish ethics, drama, and archeology. Sessions were taught by dedicated members of our staff team: Melissa Dubin, Rabbi Shlomo Gemara, Amy Goldsweig, Dr. Nicholas Maes, Daniel Malen, Shira Meirman, Ryan Peters ’09, Mark Rottman, Suzanne Socken ’93, Zev Steinfeld, and Rachel Urowitz ’89.

More than 300 parents, grandparents, alumni and community members attended, and had the opportunity to get a taste of our high quality educational experience. The sessions were followed by snacks and schmoozing in our Hennick Family Atrium.

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