BLOOMFIELD – Toratenu, the Jewish Community School at B’nai Tikvoh-Sholom (BTS) has named Carly Hoss as the new school principal.
Hoss is currently the administrative director for the Chai Mitzvah organization, and is involved with the Hillel Alumni Association. She is originally from Cromwell, and grew up as a member of Congregation Adath Israel in Middletown, where she went to Hebrew school, became a Bat Mitzvah, was confirmed, and taught for four years. After graduating from Cromwell High School, she went on to study at the University of Connecticut where she majored in Human Development & Family Studies with a concentration in Gender Studies. While there she was very active in the Hillel. She served on the student board, became president of the Jewish student body, and eventually became a Jewish Education Intern as well. She also taught for three years at the Hebrew school at Temple Sholom, in Manchester.
“I am so excited to be Toratenu’s new principal! This is a very unique school, and a warm and inviting community. I’m looking forward to partnering with the teachers, parents and staff of BTS to ensure excellence in all aspects of the school.”
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