Congregation Beth Shalom, Celebrating 100 Years by Honey Forman

April 4, 2017

Date has been changed — April 11 is the observance of Passover, therefore, we will hold our meeting on April 4.

Speaker: HONEY FORMAN, Centennial Coordinator, Beth Shalom

Honey Forman has twenty three years of in-classroom experience teaching grades K through 8, notably grades 3, 4 and 5 literacy for nineteen years including being Instructional Teacher Leader and Reading Specialist for her Pittsburgh Public School building. For eleven additional years, Ms. Forman was a District Literacy Coach, Reading First Coach, and Literacy Coach for K-8 in multiple buildings.

Ms. Forman worked for the Pennsylvania Department of Education for nine summers as the Evaluator of the Governors Institute for Early Childhood. She has been a National Trainer for the American Federation of Teachers (as well as a local trainer for the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers) for the Reading Comprehension Instruction course for over fifteen years and the Accessible Literacy Framework course for over six years.

Ms. Forman received her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh in Sociology. She completed her graduate course work at the University of Pittsburgh receiving a Masters of Arts in Teaching and a Reading Specialist Certificate. Ms. Forman was the first teacher to receive a Professional Development Certificate from the Pittsburgh Board of Education.

Ms. Forman has worked in Jewish education for over forty years having taught both Judaic studies and Hebrew in a number of synagogues and temples in the Pittsburgh area. She was the principal of two Religious Schools including Congregation Beth Shalom. Ms. Forman served as the Rabbi’s Assistant for six years, as office coordinator and is now the Centennial Coordinator for Congregation Beth Shalom.

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