Last week Year 10s were on Camp. Below some Rashi students (and Morah Erika) told us about their favourite memories and overall experiences.
Year 10 camp was an enjoyable experience for everyone involved. I feel like we created incredible connections with people in our year group especially our family groups and cabins. I loved bonding with the Mads and having insightful discussions with them. Noa Blair
My favourite part of camp was Shabbat. I thought it was amazing to keep Shabbat and have everyone put in the effort and go out of their way to keep Shabbat. The service on Friday night was amazing. Listening to everyone sing together the sense of community was beautiful. Georgia Linetsky
The most amazing, memorable part of camp was hearing Sienna Amoils read from the Torah. It was amazing to hear the meaning behind the words and watch her put in the effort to learn her passage. It was also amazing as it was the first time I danced in Ruach so I was very proud. Morah Erika
I felt really connected to my Judaism and Zionism during the programs, especially the discussions. I always made sure to try to contribute my opinion and thoughts to the discussions. Ben Dobrin
I loved creating new friendships and building relationships with the Madrichim. I always wondered what the big fuss was regarding Year 10 camp, and now I completely understand why everyone loves it so much each year. It was an incredibly moving experience and I wish we could go back, we all miss it so much! Genevieve Goldman
I feel as though the Year 10 camp is quite possibly the most important camp in the School. It’s an incredibly eye opening experience that brings the entire year as a whole closer. It’s not simple to explain how it works but I think I speak for the majority of the year when I say that I absolutely loved camp. Tomer Belkin
We take today to commemorate the birth of the following people many years ago. It is a day of reflection; evaluating where one’s at and where they’re going. We hope you have an amazing day!
- Maxwell Keyser (Year 7)
- Aaron Lemberg (Year 7)
- Georgia Linetsky (Year 10)
- Jake Lewitton (Year 8)
Have a great week!
Lara Joffe, Joshua Amoils and Sienna Amoils