Jewish Online School Students Enjoying Interactive Classes & Online Summer Fun
Students of Nigri International Jewish Online School of the Shluchim Office have been enjoying interactive classes and summer fun online even though the school year has long ended.
After the school year concluded, many students of the Nigri International Jewish Online School, sister school to the Nigri International Shluchim Online School didn’t want to stop learning. The school created a summer course for children ages four and up to learn about the weekly Parsha and lessons from Pirkei Avos in the most engaging way.
Beloved Morahs and Rebbis joined to teach throughout the summer including Rabbi Jacobs from Montreal, Canada, Morah Bryna Cohen from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Morah Chanie Wainer from Johannesburg, South Africa.
“It’s been incredible to see how the teachers have been using high tech, interactive methods to engage the students,” shared Morah Noa Miriam Truxton, director of the summer courses. “From games to powerpoints and annotations, students have been really loving every class.”
Through exploring themes like peace and relationships, contentment and that everything is from Hashem, the students have been able to learn and have fun in a meaningful way.
"Our son is loving the summer courses, it's his favorite class he's taken so far,” shared parent Adina Adkins from Western, NY. “He’s been gaining so much and loves to have a Rebbi!"
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The Nigri Jewish Online School is a project of the Shluchim Office.