Members of the BT High School newspaper staff bid farewell to our seniors, ask High School faculty members about their "coronacation" experiences, offer advice on navigating the college applicaiton process, compare Netflix vs. Disney+ and more in the spring 2020 edition of Kol BT.
"'School at home' is how I like to characterize our new existence and we all need to make adjustments, settle in and plow forward. Keeping kids engaged, connected and learning means different things to different divisions," BT Director of Education recently told Jmore, describing how Beth Tfiloh has shifted to virtual learning in response to the COVID pandemic.
BT PreSchool Guidance Counselor Vicki Hervitz and PreSchool Director Morah Melissa Lebowitz offer guidelines to managing your children's worries about coronavirus — and your own — in the Baltimore Jewish Times column.
Rabbi Richter’s 11th grade honors Talmud class scientifically tested the halachic principle that a food’s flavor transfers to the vessel in which it was cooked. The students boiled water in four cast iron skillets: two were brand new and two were previously used.
Beth Tfiloh eighth graders and their families gathered for a meaningful exploration of their families’ Jewish journeys at the Jewish Museum of Maryland. The students shared their months of research, which they transformed into creative 3D depictions, as part of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot's My Family Story program.
Fourteen Beth Tfiloh High School students joined hundreds of their peers from across the U.S. and around the world to expand their intellectual horizons as delegates at Yeshiva University National Model United Nations (YUNMUN).