Meet Our Team
Mrs. Sarah Lehrfield, M.Ed
With her outgoing and lively personality and caring nature, Sarah connects to anyone she meets. She loves hosting guests in her home, meeting new people, and sharing the incredible wisdom and beauty of Torah. Always ready and available to offer a listening ear and a helping hand, Sarah is loved by those who know her.
Rabbi Menachem Lehrfield, M.Ed
Rabbi Menachem Lehrfield received his M.Ed from Loyola University, Chicago and received two rabbinic ordinations from Yeshivas Beis Yisroel in Jerusalem and Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg, the Chief Justice of the Jerusalem High Court.
Rabbi Lehrfield’s passion lies not only in spreading the beauty and relevance of Judaism to all Jews, but in photography, graphic design, mountain climbing and snowboarding. His warmth, genuine love for every Jew, and approachability allow him to connect with people of all ages and from all backgrounds.
He is excited to bring his creativity and passion for Jewish education to help make Jewish learning come alive at the SITE!
Hebrew Reading Specialist
Morah Tammy brings more than 40 years of teaching Hebrew to the SITE. She is a tremendous asset to our robust Hebrew program and allows us to offer personalized hebrew instruction to all of our students.
Mrs. Esti Erlanger
Morah Esti has decades of experience teaching young children. Her warmth and care make every child feel loved. Morah Esti enjoys teaching through song and stories and her enthusiasm for Judaism makes every lesson come alive.
Ms. Batsheva Cohen
Born and raised in Israel, Batsheva absorbed the Magic and Majesty of Jerusalem before moving with her family to Colorado at age 14. Batsheva's mother and grandmother were born and raised in Denver, her great-grandparents raised their family in Denver and were instrumental in building and modeling the Denver Jewish community as we know it today. Batsheva is excited about being part of a family that is in its ninth consecutive decade of impacting the greater Denver community. Fluent in English and Hebrew, Batsheva can effortlessly dance between both languages. Speaking of dance, Batsheva was the Director and Instructor of a successful dance class for elementary school girls. She also ran a fresh salad business, haircut business, alterations business, and babysitting business- all while taking a full honors curriculum in high school (please don't let school administration know!). Batsheva's passport is no less colorful. Having worked in summer camps in Bucharest, Romania; Marshall,Indiana; Jerusalem, Israel; Suffern, New york; and Avon, Colorado; action, enthusiasm, and excitement is in Batsheva’s blood. Her easy going personality make her a quick friend to anyone she meets.
Mrs. RenA Finkelstein
Ms. Raizy Heyman
Raizy has worked with children in various different settings over the years. Her fun and caring personality makes her loved by everyone she encounters. She looks forward to using her experience to bring out the best in her students.
Ms. Ahuva Zussman
Ahuva's dynamic personality creates a fun environment that makes children of all ages excited and enthusiastic to learn and grow. Her warmth and caring for each individual is felt by her students and all those around her. Ahuva is looking forward to starting her 3rd year teaching at SITE and being part of its growing family.
Mrs. Nechama Siderson
Morah Nechama has always had a passion for teaching children of all ages. Over the past 15 years, and since she received her Masters in Early Childhood Education in 2018 from NYIT, she has had the opportunity to work with children in preschool, elementary, middle and high school. She currently teaches in Beth Jacob High School of Denver during the school year and runs an awesome Jewish day camp every summer. Her hobbies include guitar playing, singing, hiking and face painting. She can't wait to get to know her students at SITE this year!
Rabbi Yonatan Nuszen
Reb Yonatan Nuszen is dedicated to creating a fun and engaging way for students to grow through Jewish education. R' Yonatan designs educational games and acticities that allow students to use their creative passions to develop their Jewish identity.