PSAT Preparations Underway

November 29th, 2009

Tenth and eleventh grade students display TGA PSAT school code.

Second Annual Retreat- TGA off to Conroe!

November 9th, 2009
TGA students went to Conroe for a two day retreat. Students were engaged in a variety of activities that enable them to recognize their personal abilities, in addition to the strengths of all the members of the group. The variety of activities provides each student with the opportunity to appreciate their own individuality and respect the individuality of others. One purpose of this trip is provide us with opportunities to function as a team and further develop our sense of community. Activities included a ropes course, tubing, and a scavenger hunt. The sophomores, juniors, and seniors were involved in planning and arranging activities.

TGA students went to Conroe for a two day retreat. Students were engaged in a variety of activities that enabled them to recognize their personal abilities and appreciate the strengths of all the members of the group. The variety of activities provided each student with the opportunity to appreciate their own individuality and respect the individuality of others. One purpose of this trip is provide us with opportunities to function as a team and further develop our sense of community. Activities included a ropes course, tubing, and a scavenger hunt. The sophomores, juniors, and seniors were involved in planning and arranging activities.

Preparing for Dinner

Preparing for Dinner

You made it to the top!!

You made it to the top!!

Guest Speaker

November 4th, 2009

Mrs. Aliza Bulow¬†met with TGA students today for a question/answer session. Aliza Bulow is the Senior Educator for The Jewish Experience in Denver, Colorado, through which she teaches extensively in Colorado and guest lectures across the United States. In the early 80’s, she studied at Michlelet Bruria and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. After serving in a Nachal Torani unit of the IDF, Mrs. Bulow graduated from Hunter College with a BA in Hebrew Language and Jewish Social Studies. A thirteenth generation American, she converted to Judaism at the age of 16. Passionate about connecting Jews with Judaism since that time, Mrs. Bulow has been teaching Judaism and Jewish Philosophy to students of varied backgrounds for over two decades. She served as Partners in Torah’s “telephone mentor’s mentor” for several years and still continues to teach weekly through the program. Additionally, she teaches at Lishmah Women’s Torah Center, the Institute of Jewish Studies in Denver, and Ner L’elef.