The Weber School Spanish Immersion rang in the new decade with its fifth travel program. Abandoning the conventional teen-tour model and allowing Spanish language, authentic culture, and Jewish roots to shape transformational itineraries off the beaten path of tourism, Weber students finish these programs having changed as Jews and citizens of this country and world.
Students in Sam Bradford's senior English class met up for a production of Shakespeare's The Tempest at Lake Lanier.
During the coming days, Jews throughout the world will celebrate Rosh HaShanah with the sounding of the Shofar—a sound that calls us to a higher aspiration and asks us to commit ourselves to a year that is not only pleasant but filled with meaning, purpose and service to causes greater than our own self interest.
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