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Dear SiHi Community,

This year as part of our never-ending process of bettering our program we have established three core pillars (they are listed below). Each of these pillars is an essential value that we believe we are working on here at SiHi. The purpose of naming these values is to help us focus on those aspects of Jewish living that are most important to us. These pillars will hopefully become the foundation for how we conceive of every aspect of the program. It will infuse how we structure our down time, our class time, and everything in between. Each class we offer and activity we construct will seek to strengthen our understanding of these pillars. Below is a description of how we are currently working to build upon these pillars.


Anat Gerber Danielle Kassin Rabbi Jason Fruithandler
SiHi Coordinator Religious School Principal Rabbi


  • Building Jewish Friends
  • Tightening Family connections
  • Connecting to Teachers
  • Giving back to the Religious School
  • Giving back to the community at large
  • Understanding SiHi’s place in the Sinai-wide community

Constantly seeking Holiness/ מחפשים קדושה 

  • Reflecting on our everyday lives
  • Learning different models of holiness
  • Seeking Holiness in our everyday lives
  • Utilizing technology to understand holiness possibilities
  • Finding leadership opportunities to share our understanding of holiness

Connection to Israel/קשר לישראל

  • Israel Advocacy day
  • AIPAC trip
  • Current events/electives
  • Scholar in Residence
  • Participation in the Nazarian Program


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