After the attacks on October 7th, the Rodeph Sholom community quickly mobilized to support one another and those abroad in myriad ways. Jewish communities across the country, including Rodeph Sholom
Rodeph Sholom School and Congregation Rodeph Sholom (CRS) had the honor of welcoming the Director-General of Israeli Ministry of Diaspora Affairs and Combating Anti-Semitism, Avi Cohen Skali, along with nine
After three years of pause, the Middle School English department was thrilled to welcome back their traditional Poetry Assembly. As April is National Poetry Month, each grade has been learning
To honor Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, we proudly welcomed Holocaust survivor Fred Schoenfeld to Rodeph Sholom School.
Steven Sondheim’s ability to probe into the human condition was beautifully brought to life by 24 Rodeph Sholom middle school students who shared their talents with our community on Thursday.
Be the change! The 4th Grade turned gender stereotypes on their head during the annual Midrah Hour performance. Through unique songs and dialogue, students shared their wisdom and talent with
On January 23rd, Rodeph Sholom School Middle School students welcomed Gregorio Uribe, a world-renowned musician who blends different styles of music from various regions of Colombia, and his accompanist Jonathan
Solidarity Week, previously called Ally Week, is a week each November designated by GLSEN to focus on, recognize, and appreciate people’s diverse and varied backgrounds. The name was changed to
Each new school year brings unique opportunities for growth. For 8th graders at Rodeph Sholom School, not only is the year infused with pinnacle experiences, students also spend time reflecting
Rodeph Sholom School had the great pleasure and honor of welcoming Asaf Zamir, Consul General of Israel in New York, and Tom Nides, U.S. Ambassador to Israel, yesterday. “What a