When doorbells rang on Thursday, May 7, faculty members of the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls were thrilled to see girls from SKA’s senior class! As a gesture of thanks from the Parent Council and administration, every staffer was presented with a delicious challah and a note of appreciation.
“I was so happy to see Tali and Eleora,” said Barbara Martin, SKA librarian. “When they gave me the challah — socially distant, of course — I was overwhelmed with the thoughtfulness behind this. My teacher chats constantly discuss how much we all miss seeing everyone in person, faculty and students alike.”
Friday, May 8, was the last day of senior classes, and a mouthwatering babka was delivered to each SKA graduate. In addition, a special “virtual goodbye hug video” put together by the entire SKA staff, was presented to the 12th-graders with congratulations and best wishes.