World-renowned Judaica artist Gary Rosenthal is coming to South Florida in mid-February to offer the chance for participants at four events to work side-by-side with him to create unique fused-glass art through his Hiddur Mitzvah craft program.
AMIT, Israel’s premier educational network, has announced that 1,500 students from its 110 schools in 29 cities throughout the country will take part in FIRST Robotics programs in 2017. The students will compete in different competitions specifically geared towards their age group within Israel. Winning teams will go on to represent the country in international competitions.
A delegation of 25 South Korean principals recently visited the AMIT Sde Hemed Elementary School in Ma’ale Adumim. The group came to learn about the latest innovations in interactive education being used by AMIT to teach 34,000 students throughout the country.
Hundreds of AMIT supporters came together at New York’s Pier Sixty on Sunday evening, November 20, to honor Deena and Adam Shiff of Manhattan; two generations of the Miller family of Manhattan and Great Neck, New York; and Amanda and Isaac Benishai of Riverdale, New York. The evening featured a current AMIT student, a recent graduate, and an alumnus who now teaches at an AMIT School. One of the highlights of the night was musical performances by Tamar Giladi, daughter-in-law of folk singer Naomi Shemer; Aviner Kaufman; Rami Harel; and a surprise appearance by the world-renowned performer Matisyahu. The buzz in the room was electrifying as everyone joined in to sing “One Day” with Matisyahu and Aviner.
AMIT, Israel’s premier education network, will honor three New York-area families for their commitment and dedication to the mission of providing innovative education to Israel’s children at its annual national dinner on Sunday, Nov. 20, at Pier Sixty in Manhattan. The honorees are Deena and Adam Shiff of Manhattan, two generations of the Miller family of Manhattan and Great Neck, New York, and Amanda and Isaac Benishai of Riverdale, New York.
More than 300 friends and supporters of AMIT Children gathered at the Sephardic Temple in Cedarhurst to honor leaders of
AMIT on Long Island.