A.I. is Coming and Why You Should Care

The tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire. (Malcom Gladwell) That is what is about to happen with A.I. – Artificial Intelligence. We have heard about … Read More

A Way for Our Students to Remember: One Stone at a Time

Welcome to my first “vlog” – video blog, an interview with Mr. Alan Eidelman, Hillel’s 8th grade Holocaust Studies teacher. Watch and listen as he describes a powerful and personal project our eighth graders are creating that demonstrates their understanding … Read More

Our Commitment to Constancy – and Change

Over the past several years much has changed at Hillel. The most visible changes are, of course, our facilities.  We have created a learning environment that is truly second to none. But just because Hillel does not look like the … Read More

Hillel, Fantasy, Superheroes and Beth!

At Shabbat services last week, Dr. Mitch Parker, B’nai Israel Synagogue’s spiritual leader, handed out a source sheet about God, with this on it: Recently, on Arrow, a highly-acclaimed, fantasy superhero television show, the following exchange took place: (Earth is … Read More

How We Know Students Are Learning

By Dr. Jennifer Friedman, Dean of Student Learning and Guest Blogger With all of the progress we are making toward creating the best educational environment for our students, one might wonder how we know our students are learning. At Hillel, … Read More

Hillel Applauds: “Turning the Tide” – A Must Read

Anyone who reads my blogs on a regular basis or has heard me speak knows that I focus passionately on the following topics:  the need for Jewish day school education to ensure the vibrant future of the Jewish people, and … Read More