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WEEKLY UPDATE- 30.3.17

Dear parents, shnattim, bogrim, bogrot, communities and friends shalom rav, We hope you are well! Another great week is coming to an end! Spring is almost here, the sun is shining, and we of course took the opportunity to take our shnattim out of their campuses for different activities. You can read about these lovely activities below in the Etgar and Machon updates. One of the most exciting things that happened I think is the Shabbat dinner and activities the shnattim arranged for themselves. It is that time of year that the shnattim are more settled, and we, the staff, take a step back and give them room for their initiatives. And indeed we see things happening, which makes us really happy

WEEKLY UPDATE- 23.3.17

Dear parents, shnattim, bogrim, bogrot, communities and friends shalom rav, We hope you are well! Things are going well here on Shnat, as the shnatim are getting into the swing of things and going in depth into the educational process. We hope our shnattim get over the cold and flu going around, as they have a long Pessach break coming up and they need a lot of energy for it…. Wishing you all a restful Shabbat! Weekly update by Asha Sumroy Nearly all of us have spent most of the week coughing and blowing our noses (maybe because we're still recovering from Purim, maybe because we never open the windows in the flat). In spite of this, I've felt a sense of determination to continue challenging

WEEKLY UPDATE- 16.3.17

Dear parents, shnattim, bogrim, bogrot, communities and friends shalom rav, We hope you are well! On Shnat, there are very few "normal" or "regular" weeks, where you actually experience routine. So, this was a traditional unusual week, starting with Purim celebrations EVERYWHERE, Scroll reading at the Kotel, Limmud days, Tiyul (trip) and peer- led presentations. All in all- a great, packed, intense week. Wishing you a much needed restful Shabbat :) Weekly update by Hannah Steiner Weekly update by Tom Krieser Last week was a Purim-centric week. What I learned was that everyone has a unique experience to Purim. As a result i have asked for a multitude of Netzer-Niks' take on this incredible ex

WEEKLY UPDATE- 9.3.17

Dear parents, shnattim, bogrim, bogrot, communities and friends shalom rav, We hope you are well! This week was a relatively quiet one, as Etgar went on their Southern Tiyul (trip/ hike), meaning- no shnattim walking barefoot in the building, no noise in the flat, no shnattim rushing into the office to search for things, and no Ady and Danit around. Too quiet. While the Etgarniks were all enjoying nature, getting blisters and hiking about 17km per day (!), the Machoniks had quite a fascinating week, which you can read about in Ilana's update below. Next week we celebrate Purim- a very interesting holiday in Jewish tradition. In the Book of Esther, we read that Purim is a time for "feasting a

WEEKLY UPDATE- 2.3.17

Dear parents, shnattim, bogrim, bogrot, communities and friends shalom rav, We hope you are well! This week has been the first "real" week of both Etgar and Machon- no more orientations and preparations- now it is the real thing. Without a doubt, one of the most powerful events that took place was the Woman of The Wall (WOW) Rosh Chodesh prayer at the Kotel. A lot of our shnattim attended that and had so much to say about it, that two of them wrote articles about it- below. The rest I will leave for the shnattim to tell :) Our sages said "משנכנס אדר, מרבין בשמחה", meaning- as the Hebrew month of Adar begins, we must rejoice. May this month be a joyous one, with a lot of happy events for us a

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