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THE OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED JUNE 12-13 FOR SHAVUOT

Our Teachers

Meet our Morim (Teachers) for the 2023-2024 (5784) Shul School Year!
 

Staci Scheinblum, Bet/Gimmel/Daled (Grades 2-4) and Shabbat for Kids & Tots Leader
  Staci has a Masters degree in Special Education and has been working with infants and toddlers with special needs for the past 28 years. She has been a part of KHN in a variety of capacities for the past 25 years: ritual committee member, board member, Jewish Reconstructionist Federation liaison, and lay leader; however, her love has always been teaching and working with children. Over the years, Staci has taught many grades and was the family education program coordinator. She has attended many teacher trainings at the Central Agency for Jewish Education to further her studies, has participated in a program to become a mentor to other teachers, and has assisted with school curriculum development. In addition to teaching in Shul School, Staci initiated and has run the Tot Shabbat program for the past 19 years, as well as other family programs, including Movie Night and Pizza Night. It's a joy for her to combine her love of Jewish heritage and spirituality with her love of working with children.

 

Jamie Enders, Gan/Alef Teacher (Pre K/K & 1st grade): 

Jamie will be starting her 6th year teaching Gan at KHN. She grew up in Washington Crossing and married her high school sweetheart, Ross Enders.  She is the proud mother of twin boys, Joshua and Matthew.  Jamie is an accomplished musician and studied flute and composition at Manhattan School of Music.  Afterwards, she received her degree in film scoring and performance from Berklee College of Music. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, Jamie ran a successful Kids Music Round program in the Doylestown area for many years. She currently teaches Music and Movement and Yoga at Burn Brae Day Camp for the Performing Arts. In addition, she started Cookies For Me, a bakery specializing in gluten, nut, egg, and dairy free treats. Jamie recently completed her 200 hour Teacher Training at Dragonfly Yoga. Her emphasis in Teacher Training is working with children.  She wants every child to reach their own unique. Jamie hopes to empower her students at KHN to become the best version of themselves.

Rabbi Diana Miller, Yud Teacher (10th Grade, Confirmation)
  Rabbi Diana graduated from Barnard College and earned her MSW from Hunter College School of Social Work. A certified yoga and meditation teacher, Diana taught in grade schools, camps, yoga centers, retreats centers, senior centers, in supported housing environments to those living with HIV and mental illness, and for the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. Rabbi Diana was ordained at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in 2011. During rabbinical school worked she in hospital settings and at senior centers as a chaplain and student rabbi. Rabbi Diana has served at Kehilat Hanahar since 2011. She is delighted to learn with students in the confirmation class as well as preparing one-on-one with b'nai mitzvah students. She loves co-leading the Tot/Kid Shabbat gatherings, bringing song and movement. In her spare time, she practices yoga, is learning Yiddish and loves exploring cities. Rabbi Diana lives in Lambertville, NJ with her husband, Scott. 

Joan Loeb, Dalet/Heh/Vav/Zayin (4th/5th/6th/7th Grades) Hebrew & B'nei Mitzvah Tutor

Bio coming soon. 

Wed, June 12 2024 6 Sivan 5784