May 2022

  • May
    4

    Yom Hazikaron

  • May
    5

    Yom Haatzmaut

  • May
    15
  • May
    16

    Class of 2022 “L’hitraot B’Lake Lanier”and Jewish Life on Campus Day in Athens

    This four-day excursion for the Class of 2022, begins with a “L’hitraot B’Lake Lanier” trip to be held Monday, May 16 - Wednesday, May 18, 2022. The program continues on Thursday, May 19, 2022, where students will spend the day in Athens, GA meeting with professional and student leadership of Hillel and other Jewish organizations at the University of Georgia in Athens.
     
    This trip coincides with the interim week between the time when the Senior class completes their academic responsibilities and begins to prepare for graduation, with two primary programming goals:  
     
    1. To provide the Class of 2022 with a final opportunity to socialize, bond, and reminisce;
    2. To learn and think together regarding ways that they may prepare to build Jewish life and the Jewish community at college, with an emphasis on the opportunities and challenges facing Jewish students on college campuses.
     
    As the events of the past two years have prevented us from organizing grade level outings and gatherings, we look forward to the chance for students and teachers to spend meaningful and enjoyable time together through recreational programming, shared meals, reflection, and free time. 
     
    Dates & Times:
    • Monday, May 16-Wednesday, May 18th. On Monday, students need to arrive at Weber at 11:00 am so we can have an on-time departure to Lake Lanier. On Wednesday, students will arrive back at Weber between 12:30-1:00 pm.
    • Thursday, May 19: Students will need to arrive at Weber at 9:00 am for an on-time departure to Athens. We will arrive back at Weber around 5:00 pm.
  • May
    17

    Class of 2022 “L’hitraot B’Lake Lanier”and Jewish Life on Campus Day in Athens

    This four-day excursion for the Class of 2022, begins with a “L’hitraot B’Lake Lanier” trip to be held Monday, May 16 - Wednesday, May 18, 2022. The program continues on Thursday, May 19, 2022, where students will spend the day in Athens, GA meeting with professional and student leadership of Hillel and other Jewish organizations at the University of Georgia in Athens.
     
    This trip coincides with the interim week between the time when the Senior class completes their academic responsibilities and begins to prepare for graduation, with two primary programming goals:  
     
    1. To provide the Class of 2022 with a final opportunity to socialize, bond, and reminisce;
    2. To learn and think together regarding ways that they may prepare to build Jewish life and the Jewish community at college, with an emphasis on the opportunities and challenges facing Jewish students on college campuses.
     
    As the events of the past two years have prevented us from organizing grade level outings and gatherings, we look forward to the chance for students and teachers to spend meaningful and enjoyable time together through recreational programming, shared meals, reflection, and free time. 
     
    Dates & Times:
    • Monday, May 16-Wednesday, May 18th. On Monday, students need to arrive at Weber at 11:00 am so we can have an on-time departure to Lake Lanier. On Wednesday, students will arrive back at Weber between 12:30-1:00 pm.
    • Thursday, May 19: Students will need to arrive at Weber at 9:00 am for an on-time departure to Athens. We will arrive back at Weber around 5:00 pm.
  • May
    18

    Class of 2022 “L’hitraot B’Lake Lanier”and Jewish Life on Campus Day in Athens

    This four-day excursion for the Class of 2022, begins with a “L’hitraot B’Lake Lanier” trip to be held Monday, May 16 - Wednesday, May 18, 2022. The program continues on Thursday, May 19, 2022, where students will spend the day in Athens, GA meeting with professional and student leadership of Hillel and other Jewish organizations at the University of Georgia in Athens.
     
    This trip coincides with the interim week between the time when the Senior class completes their academic responsibilities and begins to prepare for graduation, with two primary programming goals:  
     
    1. To provide the Class of 2022 with a final opportunity to socialize, bond, and reminisce;
    2. To learn and think together regarding ways that they may prepare to build Jewish life and the Jewish community at college, with an emphasis on the opportunities and challenges facing Jewish students on college campuses.
     
    As the events of the past two years have prevented us from organizing grade level outings and gatherings, we look forward to the chance for students and teachers to spend meaningful and enjoyable time together through recreational programming, shared meals, reflection, and free time. 
     
    Dates & Times:
    • Monday, May 16-Wednesday, May 18th. On Monday, students need to arrive at Weber at 11:00 am so we can have an on-time departure to Lake Lanier. On Wednesday, students will arrive back at Weber between 12:30-1:00 pm.
    • Thursday, May 19: Students will need to arrive at Weber at 9:00 am for an on-time departure to Athens. We will arrive back at Weber around 5:00 pm.
  • May
    19

    Class of 2022 “L’hitraot B’Lake Lanier”and Jewish Life on Campus Day in Athens

    This four-day excursion for the Class of 2022, begins with a “L’hitraot B’Lake Lanier” trip to be held Monday, May 16 - Wednesday, May 18, 2022. The program continues on Thursday, May 19, 2022, where students will spend the day in Athens, GA meeting with professional and student leadership of Hillel and other Jewish organizations at the University of Georgia in Athens.
     
    This trip coincides with the interim week between the time when the Senior class completes their academic responsibilities and begins to prepare for graduation, with two primary programming goals:  
     
    1. To provide the Class of 2022 with a final opportunity to socialize, bond, and reminisce;
    2. To learn and think together regarding ways that they may prepare to build Jewish life and the Jewish community at college, with an emphasis on the opportunities and challenges facing Jewish students on college campuses.
     
    As the events of the past two years have prevented us from organizing grade level outings and gatherings, we look forward to the chance for students and teachers to spend meaningful and enjoyable time together through recreational programming, shared meals, reflection, and free time. 
     
    Dates & Times:
    • Monday, May 16-Wednesday, May 18th. On Monday, students need to arrive at Weber at 11:00 am so we can have an on-time departure to Lake Lanier. On Wednesday, students will arrive back at Weber between 12:30-1:00 pm.
    • Thursday, May 19: Students will need to arrive at Weber at 9:00 am for an on-time departure to Athens. We will arrive back at Weber around 5:00 pm.
  • May
    20

    Yom Haatzmaut and Yearbook Celebration

  • May
    22

    Athletics Banquet

    The Weber School
  • May
    24

    Spring Musical

    The Weber School



    EVENT WILL BE RECORDED



    General Admission $10.00
    Adults 60 and over $5.00
    Students (18 and under) FREE!
    Faculty and Staff FREE!
  • May
    25

    Spring Musical

    The Weber School



    EVENT WILL BE RECORDED

    General Admission $10.00
    Adults 60 and over $5.00
    Students (18 and under) FREE!
    Faculty and Staff FREE!
  • May
    27

    Graduation - Class of 2022

    The Ferst Center
  • May
    30
  • May
    31

    Final Exams

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The Weber School, a Jewish Community high school serving students from all Jewish backgrounds, prepares students for success in college and in life with comprehensive academic and co-curricular programs that inspire student exploration, leadership, and Jewish social consciousness. Many of our programs and academies are unique to Weber and can't be found at any other Atlanta-area high schools.

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