My name is Chava Bekhor.

My husband and I decided to return to my hometown of Randolph in 2001. We have raised our 7 children here and have really seen our community evolve and grow!

I received my Bachelor of Education degree in 1994 and my Life Coach Certification in 2008. I have directed our Hebrew School since 2001 while co-directing our Chabad Center with my husband. My passion lies in providing every child the opportunity to find joy and connection on their learning journey while reaching their potential. I enjoy creating the lessons that are brought to life in the classroom.

Every child has their own way of taking in new information and I love the challenge of ensuring that every lesson addresses different learning styles. I believe that Judaism is enriched with core values and contains a treasure chest of wisdom that can give tools for practical living. At our Chabad Hebrew School, our goal is to help each child discover this wisdom and learn how to integrate it into their everyday life.

I work with Dana to provide your child with the most joyful and wholesome learning experience where your child will truly shine!


My name is Dana Monachello.
I have lived in Randolph for the past 20 years and chose this community because of its strong Jewish connections. I live with my husband, three children, and two dogs. I came to the Chabad of Randolph because of the warmth, joy, and support they provided me and my family over the years. They have accepted us warmly and lovingly- guiding with spirituality, while providing a strong sense of self, with values rooted in Judaism. I came into education as a second career allowing me to bring a rich combination of experience and perspective.

I hold a Masters of Art in Teaching Preschool - Grade 3 and Teaching Students with Disabilities K-12, and am a member of Alpha Epsilon Lambda Honors Society.  I strongly believe in a classroom environment where children are actively engaged in their learning, encouraging  them to grow while supporting their self-esteem, confidence, and intellectual skills. It is imperative to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learners by creating an atmosphere of acceptance and inclusion for all.  Safety and well-being are my priorities. I believe and practice that the family of my students is an integral part of their success, and I invite you to be an active supporter of your child’s learning by participating in our community events.

I look forward to embarking on this journey together with you!