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Steffa Burke, second-third grade teacher, may be a familiar voice if you listen to WMUH-FM an Friday mornings.  She hosts “Kol Ha-Emek,” the Voice of the Valley, Muhlenberg College’s Jewish culture program, from 8:00 till 9:30 AM.  Steffa is also music director of the Lehigh Valley’s Gay Men’s Chorus, and further, is the director of the Liberty Bell Museum in Allentown.  She teaches her students with a solid Judaica grounding and a great sense of fun.  What kids wouldn’t want to learn the Hebrew letters by forming them out of Play-Do – which they made themselves?
Shari Gluskin - a kindergarten, first grade teacher - is a long time Jewish educator who believes in learning through fun, hands on, interactive instruction. She taught pre-K and kindergarten here at KI for ten years before moving on to become the director of another Synagogue. Certified by NY state to teach Biology, Chemistry and General Sciences, Shari is now working in Special Education at Parkland High School where she brings that same love of learning to at risk children. She is excited to once again to work with our beginning learners.
Gloria Lowy
Keller Pooley
Alan Salinger, seventh-grade teacher marks his 19th year as a religious school instructor. He works with Bar-Bat Mitzvah students, and instructs adult Hebrew classes. Over the years, religious school students have enjoyed discussions about Judaism’s ethical teachings and their application to current real situations. Alan spent two years in Israel working and studying on a kibbutz, and then as a planner living in Jerusalem.
Tatyana Ulman
Sat, May 18 2024 10 Iyyar 5784