will soon begin a search for its own location as an independent school.
launched a successful fundraising campaign for its own, newly inscribed Torah.
The scroll will first be read from today, the Jewish holiday of Shavuot, which fittingly commemorates when God gave Moses the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai.
Even without Beth El's impending move, it was time for the break, said Karen Chast, mother of two Kellman students and co-chairwoman of the school's Torah Fund Committee.
began, it was predominantly made up of students whose families belonged to Beth El.
...When the synagogue relocated from Camden to Cherry Hill in 1968, the school took on the name of longtime Beth El Rabbi Harry B. Kellman, who retired about the same time.
became independent on May 1.
also plans to move east, nearer to where most of today's students live.
...On May 22, Druin's father, Rabbi Gedaliah Druin, returned the nearly completed Torah to Kellman for the dedication ceremony, with the last 120 characters left undone.
The yad and video were sent overnight back to Kellman
for the ceremony.
really teaches us the morals and ethics of Judaism so we can live in the world, and live well," Alexander said.