|Sept 17 — Seniors Natalie Emmett, Daniella Gorny, and Danielle Levkovich have been named by StandWithUs as participants in the 2023-24 Kenneth Leventhal High School Internship program. They are 3 of only 5 students chosen!|
Sept 17 — Our week has been filled with countless meaningful activities to help your students learn and prepare for a sweet new year. Rabbi Yoel Gitler visited our Kindergarten students to demonstrate how traditional ram horn shofars are made.
Sept 10 — Every ECP classroom is exploring Rosh Hashanah in their way. Some explorations look similar and some are different! Each child experiences the holidays in their own way and we are excited to share this with them.
Sept 10 — Our new Fine Arts teacher, Angel Pena, is elevating the experience your students receive on a weekly basis. Leading up to Rosh Hashanah, our 5th Graders made and decorated kiln-fired clay pomegranates — a timely reminder that our kind deeds should equal the amount of seeds in a pomegranate.
|Sept 10 — High school is well underway, with a focus on personalized learning in specific classes and as an overall school goal. Personalized learning builds a student’s ability to take agency over their own academic growth as active participants in the learning process. To launch this initiative, we will have each student lead their own parent/teacher conferences on November 8. Mark your calendars now for this important step in student advocacy!|
Sept 8 — Head of School Jason Feld writes: "Our community's vibrancy during these initial weeks has been nothing short of inspiring. Walking through the hallways, I have been privileged to feel a palpable energy. I see smiling parents at carpool, witness the launch of our ATID personalized learning initiative, and feel inspired by the pre-Shabbat ruach and signing echoing through the halls of every division." Read our weekly newsletter for the latest from the Schultz Rosenberg Campus.