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Faculty & Staff

Margot Bychutsky
Senior Jewish Educator



Griffin Hanratty
Education Administrator



Sharon Stern, JK/SK 

I have been working in education for over 20 years. My pride and joy is to see the children grow and develop into successful young adults and know that they are special. Give them the tools to succeed in life.




Miriam Warner, Grade 1 

Morah Miriam Warner has over 20 years’ experience teaching at Jewish Day Schools, Private Jewish Preschools and Supplementary Hebrew School.
She speaks Hebrew, having made aliyah to Israel with her family from 1964-67 and 1977-78.Morah Miriam has been with Beit Rayim since 2003, teaching Grades 1 and 2, supply teaching for all grade levels and as a remedial Hebrew tutor. She is looking forward to her 15th year with our school as she continues to inspire her students with a pride of being Jewish and a love for eretz Yisrael through her innovative, fun and creative approach to learning.


Ayelet Krikunetz, Grade 2 

My name is Ayelet Krikunetz.  I have been teaching grades 1 and 2 at supplementary Hebrew Schools for the last 25 years.

I have an ECE and work at Associated Hebrew School during the day.  I am looking forward to great year ahead.


Nurit Levy, Grade 3

Nurit Levy is currently a Hebrew school teacher, and has been teaching at Beit Rayim Hebrew School for the past 16 years. She is an experienced Hebrew School teacher with a demonstrated history in primary education for bible studies, Jewish culture, and Israeli history. Beyond the standard curriculum, Nurit brings a strong passion for Judaic studies, as well as her love for Israel. As a native Israeli, Nurit completed her military service with the Israel Defense Forces, whereby she worked in a kibbutz allowing her to develop a passion for teaching and the development of children. After completing her service, she obtained an Honours Bachelors of Arts in General History and Bible Study at Haifa University. Shortly after, she continued her studies in Haifa University earning a Teacher's Certificate. Nurit obtained a Midrasha L'morim in Toronto. Nurit is a dynamic and resourceful teaching professional with a genuine interest in students' cognitive and social growth.


Rachel Atteslander, Grade 4

I have been a Hebrew teacher for many years in the public day school system and in supplementary schools.

My passion is to teach about Israel and Jewish values.


Tova Dror, Grade 5 

I am a certified teacher with 38 years of continuous full-time teaching experience in Judaic studies and Hebrew Language in the day-school system in the USA, Israel and Canada. Between 1965 and 1972 I taught full time in Conservative Congregational Hebrew Schools in California USA. Between 1976 to 2014 I taught full time at USDS (later Robbins Hebrew Academy) grades 2, 3, 4 & 5. I have been teaching at Beit Rayim since 2001. I have a B.A. in Jewish Education from University of Judaism in Los Angeles, California. and a have completed one year of M.A. courses in education from the University of Judaism, Los Angeles, California.


Chaim Shpiler, Grade 6 

More information coming soon




Margot Bychutsky, Grade 7 

Margot is an OCT certified teacher and has been teaching at Beit Rayim for 7 years. She specializes in Holocaust education, history and the arts. Margot has taught in both the Jewish private system and the public boards since 2010.


Yona Katz, resource 

Yona Katz is an experienced Hebrew and Jewish Studies teacher. Her B.A. is from Bar-Ilan University in Israel. She holds both a Masters degree and  PhD from the University of Toronto.  When Yona arrived from Israel she taught for three years at Beth Tzedec Congregational School and then switched to teach at the United Synagogue Day School for fourteen years. There, she prepared middle school students, with excellent results, for various Bible contests, including the Regional, National, and even three times for the International Competition in Israel. Yona joined Beit Rayim educators' team as an enrichment teacher with a focus in Bible contest as well as Hebrew for adults.

Mon, 20 September 2021 14 Tishrei 5782