Liset Leyva Santalo, a lead teacher at The Foundation School at Temple Beth Sholom, shows pre-kindergartners the Calder bead on the Shema Listening Tree. The bead honors Calder Sloan, a former student, who was electrocuted while swimming in his pool two years ago.
Liset Leyva Santalo, a lead teacher at The Foundation School at Temple Beth Sholom, shows pre-kindergartners the Calder bead on the Shema Listening Tree. The bead honors Calder Sloan, a former student, who was electrocuted while swimming in his pool two years ago.
Liset Leyva Santalo, a lead teacher at The Foundation School at Temple Beth Sholom, shows pre-kindergartners the Calder bead on the Shema Listening Tree. The bead honors Calder Sloan, a former student, who was electrocuted while swimming in his pool two years ago.

A tree to remember a little boy electrocuted in his pool

June 02, 2016 05:30 PM

UPDATED June 03, 2016 10:38 AM

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