Every year, Epstein’s eighth-grade students work diligently to build the school sukkah. It’s a rite of passage, a beloved tradition, to build the space where their peers will gather by class for lunch during Sukkot. It’s the space where Epstein’s third- and fourth-grade families will hold their grade-level evening celebration. And it’s the space that symbolizes the shelter, bounty, and feeling of kehillah (community) that is Epstein. Many traditions are followed, many rituals and practices are taught, and many memories are created during Sukkot at Epstein.