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 14, 2003  Southeastern Virginia Jewish News 17 HebrewAcademy_ KindergartencelebratesthelOOthdayofschoOlby Debi Grinber, We Reach Childen Between The Temples Lev Feygelson, Elyssa Bernstein, Jake Glasser, and Elka Mednick per- I form !n the Supermarket Swee p segment from Great Ideas. )0000iddlel School Great Ideas 2003 00t00resents 'evening of good news" 11 by tlnda Hoffman I and Linda Peck idst so much bad news israel these days, Middle !1 students saw the need to ient an evening of good :]ws for Great Ideas 2003. ik, Vcrote, directed and pre- .flt, television shows mod- .;on real TV with an empha- k . the accomplishments and t. tltions of Israelis. he "R" Show presented t' I"i ;ts Naomi Shemer, au, t, hor of  t SUSalem of Gold, and 01 Prize winnei" Shmuel !fAngon. The Today Show   d updates on Israel s , er and traffic while host-  debate between scientists t and Professor Kein over ? ilQast important discovery. it .SUpermarket Sweep stu- j. onned the persona of .'. taft members, the two .i,fL' s and Jay Warren, who r-": W , red questxons about food .l ts and then raced through "ttldience to find hidden :tl s. Unfortunately, the ll tar. L. Kutler, aptly played asl eg couldn't get 0 Thorpe, ,:lli das names right! Total 'Qest Live featured perfor- a the Israeli Scouts ,,POPular Israeli performer q'5 Commercials for Israeli [11 ets like Elite chocolate, lv, and pica bread dotted 09 s 1 S l!Plg featured Maccabee It r players disagreeing ]' the ball Since the  word t'or soccer is "football," one player was ready to play with her football while the other knew a soccer ball was needed. Fortunately, by the time anchor "Raminska" (aka Ramin Mahgerefteh) did "her" cheer, the whole misun- derstanding was forgotten. IGNA, "Israeli Good News Association," parodied CNN's Hardball. The hosts bantered back and forth while reporters introduced clever Israeli inven- tions like a smart card, a com- puterized refrigerator ("you've got meat!"), a device that makes water from air, a camera pill, and, believe it or not, a feather- less chicken, who actually made a guest appearance. Finally, National Geographic Explorer took viewers along for an excavation of a "tell." Amazingly the archaeologists unearthed some of Warren's diet soda cans, which were still fresh! Overall, the students learned a lot, had fun, and were great promoters for Israeli accom- plishments. May there be much more good news from Israel to celebrate in the near future! I Finally, the 100th day of school arrived! Kindergarten children have been waiting to celebrate this day since the beginning of school. We have been adding one piece a day to a 100 piece puzzle since our first day of school so that it would be completed by day 100. Recently, we started writing down kind things that we do for one another and adding them to our giant gumball machine on our classroom bul- letin board titled 100 Sweet Things. On Thursday, February 6, 2003, the kindergarteners had a big party! They started off by wearing the 100 crowns and necklaces of 100 beads that they had made earlier in the week. Each child wore an article of clothing that was decorated with 100 items and showed it off in our class fashion show. Each child brought in 100 items that they had counted from home and they are currently being dis- played in our All About 100 Museum. Some items include Lego pieces, kisses and a suit- case of stuffed animals! For a special snack, each student got a plate of 100 doughnuts! We sang for the first grade (who really looked like they were 100 years old that day), and read many stories about 100. The best part of the day was the Hershey Kiss Treasure Hunt. Hershey Kisses, numbered 1 to 100 on the bottom, were hidden all over the room. The students Students celebrate lOOth day of school! had to find them and place them in the correct spot on a "one hun- dred" chart. When they were all found, each student got to take some home as part of their 100th day celebration goody bag! Wow, can these kids count! First and second grade students ...... by Judi Goodman MozarL Rimsky-Korsakov, \\; Richard Strauss, Hoist, and John On Tuesday, Feb. 18, the first and second grade students attended the 2003 Virginia Sym- phony's Young People's Concert under the direction of the new Assistant Conductor, Shizuo Kuwahara. The students were seated front and center with a clear view of the entire orchestra. An added treat was the viewing of NASA film segments that coordinated with the musical selections. The title of the program was MUSIC: Out of This World! The children heard music from some of the greatest composers-- Williams. The students have ben studying the orchestra with their music teacher, Mrs. Edna Broadhurst, and taking violin lessons with their teacher, Mrs Chris Morton. They were well prepared for this field trip and enjoyed it very much. The chil- dren easily identified their own favorite piece of music. The Star Wars Medley was quite popular along with Flight of the Bumblebee and Jupiter In conclusion, students and teachers agreed that the field trip experi- ence was truly "Out of This World." Specializing in Clinical Outpatient Therapy is pleased to announce the opening of our new oce located at 1709 Colley Avenue, Suite 215 Norfolk, Virginia 23517 Director: Michael S. Weissman, Ph.D. Clinical Staff? Jody Alperin, Ps D Michael J Perkins, Ph. D " Suzanne Overton, L.PC. 3210 Churchland Blvd., Ste. 4 Chesapeake, VA 23321 Additional OiCce Locations 1397 Laskin Road, Unit C Virginia Beach, k 23451 300 Medical Pkwy:, Ste 104 Chesapeake, VA 23320