DISCOVERY AND TECHNOLOGY
Once again, Discovery sponsored its annual program of raising everyone’s awareness regarding the potential pitfalls connected with technology. Students made resolutions about what they considered reachable goals over the month of Nissan, in order to make personal advances against addictive habits we all develop in our associations with technology in its many forms. The program was capped off with individual students describing how they achieved success in reining in on some of their tech-related habits and what their efforts accomplished for them. Thank you to student presenters Adina Gross, Ahuva Rosenbum, Michal Meyers, and Dani Shnidman. The program culminated with the first formal gathering that involved the entire school, assembled outside, as we listened to a riveting inspirational message from Mrs. Jacquline Sova, a popular community figure who teaches at Beth Tfiloh and Bnos Yisroel. Mrs. Sova’s message about personal growth made a deep impression on her audience- as did the simcha(!) of finally joining together after a thirteen-month COVID generated hiatus. Congratulations to the four free-final winners: Ninth grade - Shoshana Jandorf, Tenth Grade - Hudi Sandhaus, Eleventh Grade - Brocha Gitty Kinzer, and Twelfth Grade - Zarie Wealcatch. A reward program for all who took the Discovery Challenge is still in the planning stages.