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Media Coverage

Media Coverage

CJN
Grade 5 Netivot HaTorah Day School students Aryeh and Rachelle and their teacher Tali Monsonego concentrate on their cutting skills as they make their own shofars for Rosh Hashanah.
Jewish Tribune
A week before Chanukah, grade 4 and 5 students at Sheppard Public School participated in a Jewish Cultural Workshop titled Olive Oil Press as part of the school’s promotion of cultural diversity.
Jewish Tribune
Moses, Pharaoh, Pyramids and Plagues have landed in Toronto for the Exodus Experience. Visitors will be transported back 3,300 years to ancient Egypt, where an interactive reenactment
of the Passover story is brought to life.
CJN
The Exodus Experience, a multi-sensory tour of the story of Pesach. Under the auspices of Tzivos Hashem, the youth arm of the worldwide Lubavitch movement, the program has been shown around the world, from Sydney, Australia, to Los Angeles, South Africa, Montreal and many places in the United States.
CJNews
Grade 2 students at Netivot HaTorah Day School – clockwise from top left, Johanna, Noa, Hadar and Tamar – are in awe as they observe the world of the honey bee during a pre-Rosh Hashanah workshop
CJN
Grade 3 students at Netivot HaTorah Day School, Hadar, left, and Noa, helped Rabbi Yonah Vilenkin of Tzivos Hashem operate an olive press while learning about the preparation of olive oil for lighting the menorah on Chanukah.
The Thornhill Liberal
“David” dreads waking up in the morning. His mother yells at him for always being late for school. His teachers yell at him for not doing his homework. The principal punishes him for misbehaving. His classmates don’t want him in on their games. He’s always disorganized, distracted, restless and impulsive and unhappy. He doesn’t follow instructions and he hates to read. David has a learning disability. This is life for 300,000 Canadian children.
CJN
The Wine Press – with Grade 6
students Rony Malev, left, and Natan Levy of Chabad Romano Hebrew School.
Bee Keepers and Honey Makers
Sholom Toronto
Children at Gan Shelanu view a display of unique Shofars and learn how it relates to Rosh Hashanah.
Newest Project
Since 1991, Tzivos Hashem Canada has been offering the community at large dynamic educational workshops, exhibits and a variety of programs geared to children and youth.