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They’re Not Just For School Anymore!

Rochel Burstyn

It’s that time of year again: to take this year’s school supplies list and go shopping! Today we’re checking out the weird and wonderful things some people do with typical school supplies.

 

Curious Jr. — Dressed for School

Rhona Lewis

What’s summer vacation time for you isn’t ever vacation time for Rochel of Uniform Headquarters in Monsey. Most students in the Monsey area will pass through the doors of Rochel’s school uniform store before school starts, so they’re ready to face the new school year wearing their school uniform.

 

Madame Chamberlaine: What a Day!

Tzipie Wolner

School was starting tomorrow and there I was, lying in bed, and unable to fall asleep. I tried everything: counting sheep, saying Shema like 30 times, and even singing myself to sleep with every song I’d learned since kindergarten. No use. So I went downstairs where my mother and Madame Chamberlaine were chatting.



 
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