Thursday, May 19, 2011

A Diversity Day Hebrew Reading

Golda Och Academy's own Yaffa Malashock, one of our Upper School teachers, will be representing our school at the West Orange Diversity Day this Sunday, May 22.

Morah Malashock will be reading stories in Hebrew -- including some Dr. Seuss favorites -- at the festival, which will be held at the Pleasantdale School in West Orange.

The event is 2 to 5 p.m., and Morah Malashock will be reading around 4:15 p.m. We hope you'll be there!

From the West Orange Diversity Day website: In West Orange we have more than 50 different languages and countries represented. What a diversity and what a strength! Having a diverse population is an asset to any town and having multilingual individuals adds a lot of different dynamics. A lot of the multilingual and multicultural families in West Orange have moved here from their native countries. They have first hand knowledge of the world. What an asset! Let us take advantage of what they can offer our town and let's celebrate! The event is FREE to visit.


Sandy Miller-Jacobs said...

Sounds great! The potty training book is quite good.

Golda Och Academy said...

Unfortunately, Sir HaSirim didn't come in! So Morah Malashock is replacing it with another Dr. Seuss favorite!