• #Thankful for Camp: Discovering our Identity and Developing as Leaders


    This #ThankfulThursday we are thankful for an environment in which we can discover our identity and have opportunities to develop as leaders. 


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  • The STEM of Stranger Things 2

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    The first season of Stranger Things had us all pulled into its UpsideDown world and we counted how many Eggo waffle breakfasts until they would fill in the blanks of our unanswered questions. Did they defeat the demogorgon? Where is Eleven? Will the group ever finish their game of D&D?


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  • #Thankful for Camp: A Community in Which We Can Be Who We Are


    This #ThankfulThursday we are thankful for an accepting community in which we can be who we are, together with people who share the same values and interests. 


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  • Daylight Savings Time is Jewish?

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    Twice a year, most homes in the United States reset their clocks – we “fall back” and “spring ahead” to participate in daylight savings time. Last night, we set our clocks back by one hour, giving us more hours of sunshine in the morning.


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  • #Thankful for Camp: Inspiring New Passions


    In honor of Thanksgiving, we will be celebrating #ThankfulThursday by sharing why our Sci-Tech community is thankful for camp. Throughout the month of November, watch out for a new #ThankfulThursday video each week.


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  • Surveys, Studies, and Stats! Oh My!


    All of our new workshops and chugim are a result of suggestions from our families. Animation, Programming & Coding, Startup Nation, Forensics, and Chemistry workshops were all the result of suggestions from our campers. Last year a few campers suggested we do a campout, and we launched Teva night for our older campers, which turned out to be one of the best nights of the session!


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  • Asking How and Why: Exploring Science and Torah

    Each year when we dive into the Torah we make new discoveries. Complexities in the stories and texts lead to endless interpretations of what the Torah can teach us. Similarly, when embarking in scientific exploration, each time you reexamine a sample, an ecosystem, or try an experiment you can be lead to new discoveries.


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  • Open House at Governor’s Academy — RSVP Today!


    Join us on November 19 at 1:30 p.m. for an Open House at the Governor’s Academy in Byfield, MA. Meet with Director, Greg Kellner and Assistant Directors, Barak Malkin and Rachel Landman to see what’s in store for Summer! Tour our beautiful site and imagine what it will be like to live, learn and play together.


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  • The Best Challah Just North of Boston

    On Friday night at camp, the smell of fresh baked challah fills the Chadar Ochel, signaling to our campers and staff h (and the rest of the food too), but it was a journey to get there!


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  • Head Counselor – East

    The Head Counselor will: Supervise and mentor the unit heads Communicate daily with each unit head to ensure counselors and campers’ needs are being met. Help unit heads solve co-counselors issues and create strategies for a cohesive dorm group and a cohesive group of co-counselors. Provide constant and ongoing positive and constructive feedback to unit heads […]


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