The Key To Identity
Tradition. A must have for a strong sense of self.
Traditions are important in building strong relationships between generations. Traditions are stories, beliefs, rituals and customs that are passed from one generation to the next. Enabling our students to become a part of this special community builds a strong foundation of belonging.
Once a month we celebrate Schoolwide Shabbat.
The Shabbat committee prepares the service and parents are invited. The singing, the Kiddush, and beautifully spoken words are all a part of what makes it special.
Grandparents & Special Friends
We welcome grandparents and special friends into the walls of our school.
We instill a gratefulness of where we come from and we strive to include multi generational influences. It teaches respect and strengthens the bond between our students and their loved ones.
A traditional Passover dish. With more meaning.
The relationships fostered in SHDS are remarkable. Our youngest students are given access to the older ones on a bi weekly basis. The sixth graders come in- assist- and hang out with the kindergarten class. Every Passover they prepare the school charoset for the Passover Seder.