The Rest is Commentary
The Siddur is the most frequently-visited text in the Jewish day school. Students spend somewhere around 40-50 minutes (at the very least!), between shacharit and mincha, revisiting the same prayers over the course of every school day. And over the course of our students' lives, the Siddur wil
In 2013, a YouTube video of a young man in a yarmulke performing slam poetry went viral, clocking close to 400,000 views within a month. It opens, "There's someone I know who's slow to commend and quick to condescend."
General Studies Principal | DRS Yeshiva High School
Hillel holds a PhD in English from The Graduate Center, CUNY and is currently the Principal of DRS Yeshiva HS for Boys. He has also taught at SAR High School, Yeshiva University HS for Boys, and Fordham University. Hillel is an instructional leader whose teaching practice encompasses contemplative education, prayer education, and interdisciplinary approaches to literature and poetry composition.