The Lion's Tale

For a day, the wardrobe is costumes

Ethan Kulp and Shira Godin

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On March 1, CESJDS students celebrated the Jewish holiday of Purim by coming dressed up to school. Throughout the day, they partook in four mitzvot associated with the holiday: giving food baskets to friends, listening to Megillat Esther, donating to charity and eating festive treats.

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