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Davidson Friends bid farwell to graduate heading south...

Posted by Mark on April 26, 2012 at 5:10 PM

The student community at The Davidson School is known to be warm, caring, friendly and supportive. That doesn't end once you graduate.

Sara Beth Berman (DS '09), is leaving NYC and heading to Atlanta to assume one of the new NADIV positions supported by the Foundation for Jewish Camp. Sara Beth will be a leading Jewish experiential educator during the year at the Alfred & Adele Davis Academy, and in the summer at the Union for Reform Judaism's Camp Coleman. It is an exciting role, we know Sara Beth will do well and make Davidson proud.

Davidson students and graduates have rallied around Sara Beth, helping her pack and ensuring that her departure from NYC is filled with both excitement and sadness. The Davidson Community will continue to check-in with Sara Beth as we begin this new chapter of her career journey, as we aim to do for all of our graduates (if you are a graduate read this, check-in with us!)


Good luck Sara Beth!

Photo: Top: Mara Berde '09

Standing (left to right): Sarah Ossey '11, Emily Cook EdD, Elisheva Gould '09, Sara Beth Berman '09, Aviva Perlman '12, Josh Ackerman '11

Sitting: Rina Goldberg '09 and Melanie Schwartz '09.

Categories: Day School Teaching, Jewish Experiential Education, Synagogue Educational Leadership

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