• April

    Kol Hakavod: Dr. Rothstein

    Kol HaKavod to Dr. Rachel Rothstein, who has been accepted into the prestigious Curriculum Development Project: On Ukraine, hosted by Harvard University's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies and the Lviv Center for Urban History. This program is an exceptional opportunity for educators to create innovative and impactful curriculum resources for themselves and other educators that enhance the understanding of Ukraine's history, culture, and current affairs. Dr. Rothstein looks forward to incorporating the resources she will create into the Modern Jewish History curriculum.
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  • Stories of Resilience

    In the wake of the the attack by Hamas on Israel on October 7th, The Weber School has enhanced its ongoing relationship with Israel and Israelis by hosting guest speakers and teachers from Israel who share their personal experiences and insights during these particularly challenging times. During the past week, Weber was honored to welcome guests representing different elements of Israeli society.
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  • Teacher Appreciation Week

    Kol Hakavod to the Weber Parents Group for orchestrating a fantastic week of events to celebrate our faculty and staff. Our teachers are the heart of Weber, inspiring and guiding our students every day with their passion, knowledge, and commitment, and WPG’s thoughtfulness in planning this week’s activities underscores our faculty’s unwavering dedication to Weber’s growth and success.
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  • Kol Hakavod: Jolie Seir

    Kol HaKavod to alumna Jolie Seir (Class of 2018), who was recently honored with the prestigious Global Marketing Rookie of the Year award by IHG Hotels & Resorts. This accolade is a testament to Jolie's outstanding performance and her ability to raise the bar within her first year at the company.
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  • Purimpalooza 5784!

    Purimpalooza 5784 was a week to remember at The Weber School! Jews worldwide celebrated the fun-filled holiday of Purim, and our Student Council prepared a week of activities for students, faculty, and staff to celebrate the holiday and fulfill the Mitzvot of Purim.
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  • March

    Fields of Dreams!

    The Weber School community came together in a dazzling display of spirit and support at last week’s Night Ball event, a milestone celebration that brought our “Fields of Dreams” to life under the bright lights of the newly illuminated Marks and Kopman fields.
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  • Alumni Spotlight: Max Bittner

    Max Bittner, Class of 2019, recently visited Drew Cohen's music composition class in the Tzadik Performing Arts Center's music studio. Now a senior at Kennesaw State University and a member of the band Blind Jive, Max shared his experiences and aspirations in the music industry with current Weber students.
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  • Weber's Film Program

    The Weber School's Film Program, led by sophomore Noah Berg and guided by Social Studies teacher Dr. Jon Schmitt, is proud to present its latest project: Onstage at Weber. Created by Noah Berg, the documentary film showcases the Tzadik Performing Arts Center and features interviews with the Director of the Theatre Program, Brad Bass, Dance Teacher Kate Fahrner, and Musical Director Carry Tedder. 
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  • "Rambots" Robotics Team's Community Partnership

    The Weber-DZA "Rambots" Robotics Team visited The Davis Academy middle school students as part of an outreach initiative to cultivate partnerships and foster a love for robotics, design, and friendly competition. 
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  • Mock Trial Team Finishes Third!

    Following their triumphant victory as the 2024 Regional Champions, The Weber School Mock Trial team continued to showcase their exceptional skills at the District Competition in Jonesboro, securing a commendable third-place finish. The team's dedication and hard work were evident in their performance, with Kayla Furie and Ethan Wolkin both honored with the "Outstanding Witness" award, and Elliott Furie receiving the "Outstanding Attorney" award not once, but twice.
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  • SSMA Field Trip to Atlanta Gladiators

    Students in Weber’s Sports Science and Management Academy (SSMA) had the opportunity to dive into the world of professional sports with a visit to the Atlanta Gladiators hockey team. 
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  • Honors Chemistry Makes Bath Bombs

    Honors Chemistry students in Dean of Science Nicole Brite's class delved into the science behind bath bombs, applying concepts of acid-base reactions they have been studying. The process involves a reaction between baking soda (sodium bicarbonate), citric acid, and cornstarch. When combined with water, these ingredients react to form new compounds, including carbon dioxide gas, which creates the effervescent bubbles characteristic of bath bombs.
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  • Visiting Artist Series: Oran Etkin

    Weber continues to be a hub for bringing renowned musicians to share their expertise with students with its latest guest in its Visiting Artist Series, Oran Etkin. Etkin, an acclaimed musician known for his eclectic blend of influences, was born in Israel and influenced by New Orleans jazz, West African rhythms, Brazilian melodies, and Jewish traditions. His diverse musical background provided a deep learning experience for our students as he shared insights into his improvisational approach to music and his journey as a musician.
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  • February

    Kol Hakavod, Michael Kay Israel Leadership Fellows

    Weber’s dedication to a rigorous and sophisticated approach to Zionism and Israel education shone through during this week's Michael Kay Israel Leadership Fellows (MKILF) second retreat of the year.
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  • Kol Hakavod, Tennis Rams!

    Kol Hakavod to Weber Rams Tennis for their fantastic start to the season! Both the boys and girls teams are showcasing their dominance with impressive 4-1 records. Jesse Kaiser and Abram Blecker are leading the boys' team with undefeated records, while Ava Peck and Sophie Simonoff have a combined 7-1 record in singles play for the girls. The dynamic doubles duo, Ava Halpert and Molly Marcus, are proving unstoppable once again with a perfect 4-0 record. Keep up the great work, Rams!
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  • Songleader Boot Camp in St. Louis

    Weber's Music Program continues to provide unparalleled student experiences with its recent trip to St. Louis for the 15th annual Songleader Boot Camp (SLBC). Music Program Director Drew Cohen and Music Teacher Michael Levine accompanied Jaren Wolff, Beny Leibowitz, and Ezra Heller to this premier Jewish music gathering, which attracts around 450 participants and features an all-star cast of musicians and teachers.
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  • Kol Hakavod to Amishai Weismark!

    Kol Hakavod to powerhouse wrestler Amishai Weismark, clinching 5th in the 120 lb weight class showdown at Sectionals! Securing a coveted spot at the State Tournament in Macon, he's ready to bring the gold back to Weber! Let’s go, Ami!
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  • Kol Hakavod to Harry Kitey!

    Kol HaKavod to Harry Kitey for his outstanding achievements in basketball! His dedication and skill have earned him a spot on the 6-1A D1 All-Region Boys Basketball Team and a place in Weber's elite 1,000-point club. As he prepares to continue his academic and athletic journey at Emory University next year, we celebrate his remarkable contributions to the Weber basketball team over the past four years. Congratulations, Harry!
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  • Michael and Andrea Leven Office of Student Service and Philanthropy

    The Weber School proudly celebrated the official opening of The Michael and Andrea Leven Office of Student Service and Philanthropy with a meeting between Mr. Mike Leven and the Student Governing Board. 
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  • Hamilton Choreographers Visit the Tzadik PAC

    This week, thanks to Weber Theatre Director Brad Bass, students and faculty had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn directly from Hamilton musical tour members
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  • David Moss Artist Workshop

    The Weber School was honored to host renowned artist David Moss for a two-day workshop with students in the Torah, Toolkits, and Power Tools class. This visit, facilitated by Linda Parmet, Hebrew Content Dean and Director of Hebrew Curriculum and Interdisciplinary Jewish Studies, and Alex McIntyre, Assistant Lab Manager & Lab Instructor at the Daniel Zalik Academy, continues the school's enriching partnership with Moss, a collaboration that brings an #OnlyAtWeber blend of textual study and visual art to our students, enriching their connection to Judaism and Jewish texts.
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  • Kol Hakavod: Mock Trial 2024 Regional Champions

    Kol Hakavod to our Mock Trial 2024 Regional Champions, placing 1st overall in a highly competitive region!
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  • 9th Grade Shakespeare Workshop

    The Weber School's 9th-grade class recently experienced Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in a dynamic and immersive manner, thanks to a collaboration between the English department and The Atlanta Shakespeare Company (ASC). Organized by English teacher Vanessa Reid, with support from colleagues Holly Chesser, Dean of English, and Missy Davis, this event brought the timeless story of star-crossed lovers to life, engaging students beyond the traditional classroom setting.
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  • Kol Hakavod: Rams Against Cancer

    Kol HaKavod to sophomores Jillian Smith and Marion Kogon, campaign leaders for Teen Rams Against Cancer, a group formed by Weber students to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's fight against blood cancer! Their passionate campaign and efforts have not only raised awareness but also fostered a strong sense of community and action. For a closer look at their inspiring journey and the impact they’re making, check out the full story in The Atlanta Jewish Times here.
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  • Kol Hakavod: Rams Wrestling!

    Kol HaKavod to the Weber Wrestling Rams for their outstanding performance at the King's Ridge Invitational Tournament. Every single wrestler medaled in their weight class, and the team won 2nd place overall! The individual area tournament at Mt. Pisgah is next for the team. Go Rams!
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  • January

    Tzadik Performing Arts Center's First Community Event

    The Tzadik Performing Arts Center at The Weber School showcased its versatility to support and advance performing arts programming for Weber students and the Jewish community through two recent events: a master class artist workshop and the “Across the Pond International Guitar Festival.”
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  • Curling Field Trip

    In a culmination of the semester’s studies, students in Adna Muliawan's physics class ventured outside the classroom for an exciting and educational field trip focused on the sport of curling. 
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