Last week, the entire elementary school joined in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science Education Week (December 4-10). Every TK through 5th grade student participated in an Hour of Code activity during their science class, joining tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.
Every student on the TVT campus enjoyed fun and age-appropriate Hanukkah activities this week. Rabbi Stuart Light, TVT’s Director of Jewish Studies, created an engaging lineup of events, games and celebrations.
I have an overwhelming sense that this is the place where, more than anywhere else, I feel like I belong. - Aely Aronoff, TVT Class of 2017
Torah without our culture is just words. We bring together Torah and culture everyday at TVT
- Micah Hyman, TVT Teacher
My grandkids are proud to be Jewish. Being at TVT has encouraged their love of Israel and their appreciation of heritage. - Bernard Spiro, TVT Grandparent
We felt instantly connected to a community that was genuinely interested in our children and their unique talents, and who made us all feel important and valuable and loved. - Jessica Herthel, TVT Mother of Three
Being at TVT has been the defining experience of my early life. Day-to-day classes and interactions with other students and teachers are fascinating -Jacob Kuppermann TVT Class of 2016
Our graduates attend some of the finest institutions in the nation.