Adina Goldstein, Malka Fishman, Adina and Yossi Hollander, and Ari Cohen Photo Credit: Naftoli Goldgrab
First Graduating Class of Shulamith High School with Founding Principal Rina Zerykier Photo Credit: Naftoli Goldgrab
Adina Goldstein, Malka Fishman, Harriet Cohen, and Ari Cohen Photo Credit: Naftoli Goldgrab
Adina Goldstein, Malka Fishman, Idy and Moshe Jacobowitz, and Ari Cohen Photo Credit: Naftoli Goldgrab
Adina Goldstein, Malka Fishman, Adina and Yossi Hollander, and Ari Cohen Photo Credit: Naftoli Goldgrab

 

On Wednesday, June 5, the Shulamith community celebrated its annual dinner with over 500 people in attendance at the Sands Atlantic Beach. The theme of this year’s dinner was “One Shulamith: One Vision, One Heart, One School.” This year’s honorees reflected that by highlighting the many dimensions of the school.

Shulamith is proud of this year’s worthy honorees: Global Operations: Company of the Year for their dedication to the safety and security of the school; Yossi and Adina Hollander: Parents of the Year; Moshe and Idy Jacobowitz: Keter Shem Tov Awardees; and Harriet Cohen: Faculty Hakarat HaTov Award for eleven years of service and commitment to Shulamith.

Board Member Moshe Pilevsky finished the program by recognizing the Class of 2019, which is Shulamith High School’s first graduating class. Each of the eleven seniors was presented with a plaque applauding the achievements and pioneering spirit. The dinner culminated with the premiere of the new school song, sung by Ari Goldwag, lyrics by Chumie Srulowitz. The night was filled with everything Shulamith encompasses: high standards in education, warmth, and hakarat ha’tov.

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