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Hillel Administrator
Resigns At Meeting

LESLEY PEARL STAFF WRITER

M

ore than budgets
and curriculum
were discussed at
Hillel Day School's
annual meeting May 10.
Executive Director Rob-
ert Steinberg announced
his resignation.
His departure, at the end
of the school year, follows a
two-year tenure.
"It was my decision. And
I decided it was time for
me to step aside and let
someone else do the job,"
Mr. Steinberg said.
Mr. Steinberg added that
his interest in the school
will remain. He was one of
the school's original sup-
porters, joining others in
the community in signing
the bank note for a loan to
open Hillel 35 years ago.
Mr. Steinberg sat at the
helm as the school experi-
enced growing pains — the

disappointed to see Mr.
Steinberg leave the school.
"I feel we are losing a
vital part of this school,"
Mr. Gene said. "I like to
think that Bob took this
school from a ma-and-pa
organization to a well-func-
tioning business with a $4
million budget in two
years."
Mr. Gene cited a recently
computerized office,
upgraded facilities and
increased communication
with the community as a
few of Mr. Steinberg's con-
tributions.
Hillel will begin a review
of its administration and
appoint a search committee
to locate a successor.
Although Mr. Steinberg
nas yet to determine his
next career move, he said
he will probably re enter
the business market. ❑

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Robert Steinberg:
Personal choice.

addition of portable class-
rooms to accommodate
increased enrollment, pro-
posed expansion and a
teachers' strike.
He said he is proud of
the work done under his
leadership, but regrets he
will no longer be a part of
the expansion and fund-
raising processes.
"The first 35 years were
tough. I think the next 35
will show real drama and
success. The right people
are here and the lay lead-
ership is positioned to
make that happen," Mr.
Steinberg said.
Hillel President Martin
Gene said he is sad and

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