Newsletter King David

On Thursday, ahead of the Pesach holiday, our Grade 8 students visited the Chabad-Lubavitch Center in Vancouver for an educational workshop on the art of making matzah. The students were guided through the entire process, from start to finish, by Rabbi Dovid Rosenfeld and the staff at Chabad's Model Bakery.
It's truly a heartwarming and special occasion when our alumni return to King David to share their wisdom and experiences with our current students. This week, a group of former students took time out of their busy days, to participate in an alumni panel for our Grade 11 and 12 classes. These exceptional graduates, now excelling in their post-secondary endeavours, eagerly shared invaluable insights and lessons they've learned along their journeys, to guide and inspire the students following in their footsteps.
In three performances on Wednesday and Thursday, the cast and crew of Clue took the stage captivating the audience with a thrilling mix of suspense, mystery, and comedy. Set during a dinner party at a secluded mansion, the play follows six guests, each harbouring secrets, who become prime suspects when their host is murdered. Led by the sharp-witted Wadsworth, chaos ensues as bodies pile up and secrets are exposed, leaving the audience trying to solve the mystery. The cast's performances were both witty and energized, with each actor bringing a unique flair to their character, from facial expressions to the quirky accent of the British butler. Meanwhile, the set crew brought the mansion to life with effective lighting and detailed costumes that perfectly highlighted each personality. After months of tireless rehearsals, Clue took to the stage, leaving everyone thoroughly entertained.

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