Yud Shvat in Bais Rivkah took on a whole different meaning this year as all the children, from pre- Headstart through Eighth grade, united in taking on many Hachlotos.
Every class learned about the Maamor “Bosi Legani”, from the simple meaning of a garden full of Mitzvos for the Shechina to rest to actually reviewing Oys Aleph of the Maamor. Many students memorized several lines of Bosi Legani.
To bring this concept to everyone’s level, all the girls either wrote or drew their hachlotos on petals that were assembled into flowers and then hung on our staircases from the bottom to the top floor of our building.
As you enter Bais Rivkah you feel like you are walking in this special garden, you can truly feel the Shechina walking up with you.
The eighth grade also created an exhibit of ten Mivtzoim, which each class viewed.