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For several years, Mr. Peter Suchmann and Mr. David Weinberg escorted students from North Shore Hebrew Academy High School over to Great Neck South High School to collaborate with South High School's Robotics Team supervised by South's Tech and Robotics teacher Mr. John Motchkavitz. 
We are excited to announce that Mr. Motchkavitz is now going to be teaching Robotics at North Shore Hebrew Academy High School! Stay tuned for more details.
NSHAHS Collab with Great Neck South HS - January 2019

5 of our students - Charles Greszes, Jeremy Bernstein, Aaron Ishal, Marc Siegelman and Ethan Bassaleli joined Ms. Robin Wilensky, Mr. David Weinberg and Mr. Peter Suchmann over at South High School for an orientation on the upcoming First Robotics Challenge. The following links can be used to familiarize yourself with this year's challenge.









We are looking forward to our students learning a great deal from this great collaboration and becoming an integral part of South High's team - totaling over 120 students this year! Students who participate in this year's 6 week build challenge will be invited to attend the incredible competition held at Hofstra  university in March. Sincere thanks and shout out to South High Tech teacher John Motchkavitz, who gave our students a  great orientation experience. Check out the pics below!



Robotics is So Cool!

On Friday March 31, 2018, NSHAHS Students attended the FIRST Robotics Competition at Hofstra University. Juniors Ben Gilman, Jason Kurlander, Benji Kalmanowitz and Scott Soifer, and Senior Arielle Rothman joined the Great Neck South Rebellions Robotics Squad - often participating after school hours - and helped them build and develop the robot and associated software. At the competition, they explained the Safety Cart to participants, cheered on teammates during the matches and supported the students during the Chairman's Award presentations. It was a great experience for all involved. Thanks to Mr. Suchmann and Mrs. Wilensky for facilitating the collaboration.