Heschel West students celebrate Passover

Students at Heschel West Day School celebrated the Jewish holiday, Passover, by reenacting Seders of 2,000 years ago and spending the night in a symposium based on the original ancient Greco-Roman style.
The sixth-grade students created an interactive museum that described the holiday through words, music, art and drama. They sang, prayed and gave thanks for their freedom, from thousands of years ago to present times.
Passover commemorates the freedom of the Jews from Egypt ...

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