Every year Beth-El religious school students celebrate Passover differently to create new memories of joy and alternate ways to see this beautiful holiday.
Last year Beth El kids learned many different Passover customs around the world. This year they celebrated: community, family, memory, history and nature by celebrating the four names of Passover. They divided the great Hall into four clear sections: Chag Ha Pesach (pascle lumb), Chag Ha Matzot (matzah), Chag HaAviv (Spring) and Chag HaCherut(freedom). The students learned important lessons, tasted the related food, danced, sang and worked on a special project related to that name.
— Submitted by Ilana Knust