Hebrew School Faculty

Rebbetzin Dinie Scheiner was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and graduated from Beth Rivkah Seminary. Before moving to Florida with her husband, she taught early childhood education in Myrtle Beach, SC; elementary school English studies in NYC; and spent three summers teaching in Moscow, Kiev, and Riga. The Rebbetzin is Director of the PBS Nechamkin Hebrew School and has developed its curriculum and programs. Dinie worked with her husband, Rabbi Scheiner, in developing and establishing the Synagogue and is actively involved in all aspects of the Synagogue’s programs and events. Rebbetzin Dinie teaches regularly
scheduled classes to women and is the proud mother of six children.
Morah Shaina Stolik is a veteran Palm Beach Synagogue teacher who has been part of our Hebrew School for seven years. She is a Rebbetzin and educator who brings her talent, knowledge, and skill to our Hebrew School students. Educated in Israel and the States, Shaina's love of Jewish studies and her creativity are reflected in the classroom. Shaina holds certifications in early childhood and elementary school education.

Morah Sarah Malka Dworcan recently moved to Palm Beach together with her husband Yossi and son Eli. Born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa to a Chabad family who are active in communal life and education, she has been involved in Jewish education from a young age.  After high school she moved to Florida where she attended Chaya Aydel Hebrew Teachers' Seminary and completed her undergraduate degree at Touro College. Throughout her 7 years in Florida while pursuing a  medical career, she has worked as a teen program director in The Shul of Bal Harbour, taught in and headed both Hebrew Schools and camps in Bal Harbour, Parkland and Sunny Isles. She loves children, creativity, learning and sharing knowledge. She is looking forward to an awesome year with the Kita Bet of Palm Beach Synagogue Hebrew School.
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