Last week, 6th grade students were introduced to the TaNaKh - the compilation of Torah (also known as the Five Books of Moses),
Using a design thinking framework to facilitate the event, the students and "experts" were assigned to workgroups that each focused on a different area of possible climate change impact...
The Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers, and Kindergarteners have been creating beautiful art all year in Morah Sandi's early childhood art studio
Fifth grade teachers Jim and Rand were looking for an opportunity to teach stewardship to their students and practice tikkun olam - repairing the world.
On STEAM Day, every student is both a teacher and a learner. Each grade does a hands-on project with another class to showcase something they have learned this year.
Second-grade students have been studying the Amazon Rainforest and the animals that live there. Through research and reading of non-fiction texts, students gained a deep understanding of one animal of their choosing.
First grade has been identifying, classifying, and discussing emotive states. The students classified these states of feeling into four zones: Red, Yellow, Green, and Blue.
We are so proud of our cast and crew of 37 Middle School students who spent many hours beyond the classroom rehearsing for this week's performance of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.