Park Avenue Synagogue, February 27, 2019

March 25, 2019 Sandy Rubenstein 0

Grade-wide Program Horace Mann teacher and Holocaust Educator Educator Sandy Rubenstein joined us to talk about her father’s survival and his memoir, Mark It with a Stone.  Joseph Horn (1926-99) grew up in Radom, Poland, and on the day he was supposed to start 7th grade, the German army invaded Poland. He survived the camps Blizyn and Auschwitz, and married in 1949.  In 1973 he testified against a Nazi commandant in a war crimes trial in Hamburg, Germany, resulting in […]

The Town School

August 22, 2018 Sandy Rubenstein 0

“Sandy – we really enjoyed having you in our community. You engaged our students with your brilliant storytelling and use of your father’s voice to remind us of the importance of memory.” Roxanne Leff, Assistant Head of The Town School, 540 East 76th Street, NYC   “Sandy, I just wanted to express my sincere thanks and gratitude for your visit yesterday afternoon and the presentation to our eighth grade students.  As I think you could […]

The Dalton School

April 30, 2018 Sandy Rubenstein 2

108 E. 89th St. New York, NY Dalton News – June 2018 Grade 8 students participated in the final DC seminar in preparation for their grade- wide educational trip. To help prepare them for their visit to The National Holocaust Museum in Washington, students viewed a presentation from Sandy Rubenstein, a Holocaust educator and middle school teacher from the Horace Mann School.  Sandy’s presentation focused on her father’s memoir, Mark It With a Stone, a narrative […]

Horace Mann School – Bronx, NY

April 25, 2018 Sandy Rubenstein 1

Horace Mann School –  Presentation to the Faculty “Dear Sandy, Thank you for your amazing and inspiring presentation. Your story, vision, and passion is a gift to all of us at Horace Mann and the world.” Deena Neuwirth, Head of Lower Division, Horace Mann School

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