September 25, 2023
September 25, 2023

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Chana Luchins

Articles by Chana Luchins

Counting and Accounting: Delta and Sigma

Endings Explicate Beginnings The approach of the end of the school year is a time of deep reflection. ס֥וֹף דָּבָ֖ר הַכֹּ֣ל נִשְׁמָ֑ע אֶת־הָאֱלֹקים יְרָא֙ וְאֶת־מִצְוֺתָ֣יו

Measure in the Moment

Hope is the thing with feathers. The older I get, the more I deeply appreciate that one of the great brachot in life is to

Step Lightly, Step Lofty

One Step Closer … Towards the climax of the emotional saga of Yosef and his brothers, the Torah describes Yehuda’s approach to Yosef. This step

A School Leader’s Slant

Leading With Joy and Passion The summer is an opportunity for school leaders to reassess and ensure that they are beginning the school year with

Tap the Sap of Hidden Potential

Yielding Metal and Potential—This headline, along with a picture of a tree dribbling green sap, grabbed my attention and I immediately began devouring this article.

Mar Not the Perfect Dream

“Let me not mar that perfect dream,” writes Emily Dickinson, but I often think of this line in the context of the dreams and stories

Sharing Gratitude

Being an administrator in a Jewish school entails many intricacies and daily decisions, large and small. In the hustle and bustle of day to day

Forever Is Comprised of Nows

People who have known me since middle school or initiated friendships throughout my teaching career may be aware of my infatuation with poetry, especially the

The Mission Matters

“Yes, let’s change our plan so that the wire is now connected from this point,” I hear one sixth grader explain to another, as I