Hasten Hebrew Academy of Indianapolis

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  • Grade 2 Chumash Celebration

    Mazel Tov to our second graders upon the exciting milestone of receiving their first Chumashim, entering the foray of Biblical textual skills. Rabbi and Miriam Gluck surpassed their unique creativity standards in this their twelfth Chumash play themed as an escape room experience to unlock the content of each of the Five Boooks of the Torah with clever clues as well as grammatical and numeric Hebrew nuances with beautiful scenery, music, choreography and spectacular visual effects!

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  • HHAI Students Presented at ISTE 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.

    For the third year in a row, HHAI students were invited to showcase their work at the world-largest EdTech conference - International Society for Technology in Education. Our students were proud to represent our school, community, city, and state on such a large stage!

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  • Rabbi Gluck is the Recipient of JFGI Prestigious Award

    We are proud to announce that HHAI Judaics teacher Rabbi Tzuriel Gluck was a recipient of the 2019 Grinspoon Award for Excellence in Jewish Education at the JFGI annual meeting on June 5th. Rabbi Gluck was selected from a pool of qualified nominees of local Jewish educators for his excellence in innovative ways of bringing Torah to life through the use of a variety of resources and teaching modalities to enrich his lessons.

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  • Congratulations, Yael!

    HHAI student Yael Epstein was awarded the national prize for her winning essay in the Level 2 of Letters About Literature competition! Yael's letter to Ayaan Hirsi Ali of “Infidel” was distinguished among the approximately 30,000 letters received and will be published on the website of the Center For the Book in the Library of Congress. The school community is richly proud of Yael on this significant writing achievement

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  • Remembering the Holocaust: HHAI Interactive Holocaust Museum Re-opening

    HHAI Holocaust museum re-opened on Sunday, May 5. More than two hundred people joined the opening ceremony, tours of the student created interactive exhibits, inspiring Music of the Holocaust program and got a taste of delicious authentic shtetl cuisine.

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