The Rashi School’s 2019 Annual Dinner

On Sunday, May 19, more than 450 guests attended The Rashi School’s 2019 Annual Dinner at the Seaport Hotel Boston. This year’s event honored Dena and Michael Rashes (parents of Emma ’13, Lily ’16, Daniel ’18, and fifth-grader Hailey) in recognition of their leadership and ongoing commitment to Rashi and the greater Boston, national, and global Jewish communities.

Rashi’s 2019 Annual Dinner, Honoring the Rashes

Rashi’s Stunning New Storytelling Videos

The Rashi School: Inspiring More
The Rashi School: Outstanding Academics, Strong Jewish Values

Representing the Kehillah (Community)

Rashi’s Class of 2019

Our Eighth Graders served as ambassadors and warmly welcomed guests. Our Eighth Grade speakers Talia W. and Sadie Z. gave powerful speeches about how their Rashi experience helped to shape their Jewish identity.


Remarks from Eighth Grader Talia W.
Remarks from Eighth Grader Sadie Z.

The 2019 Tikkun Alum Award

Zoe Jick ’02 received the 2019 Tikkun Alum Award. Recipients of this annual award are recognized for their dedication to social justice beyond their years at Rashi. They serve as role models and heroes to our students when they spend an entire day at the school teaching about their work.

Remarks from 2019 Tikkun Alum Honoree Zoe Jick

We extend a heartfelt thanks to all those involved in the planning and execution of this year’s event and for helping to make it Rashi’s best Annual Dinner yet!

2019 Annual Dinner Event Co-Chairs (l to r) Chuck and Jessica Myers, Darren and Michelle Black, Rachel and Larry Chafetz, and Lisa and Neil Wallack

Missed the Annual Dinner? Watch the whole thing:

Watch through our playlist from the 2019 Annual Dinner

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