The Shirley Levine Beit Midrash was constructed in 1998. Collaboration on the design for the stained glass begun during the initial planning stages for the Chapel. The project consists of 16 windows. Eight 7'x7' windows on the west-facing walls, share the theme of Jewish Values.David and Michelle Plachte-Zuieback, together with Shirley Levine, the school's founding director, envisioned a series of stained glass windows for the new campus Beit Midrash, which would reflect the humanitarian principles which underlie the teaching philosophy of the Abraham Heschel Jewish Day School.
Eight windows, 3'x7', on the east-facing wall flank the ark and illustrate the Six Days of Creation.Each of these 7'x3' panels represents one of six days of creation. This part of the Shirley Levine Beit Midrash stained glass window project occupies the eastern wall of the sanctuary, flanking the Aron Hakodesh.