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Scoop From The Coop This week’s edition was written by Nadine Schwarzblat and Hannah Gutman

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This week we decided to share the five lessons we’ve learned about business through our BizTown studies and how those lessons apply to our chicken business, Got Eggs?.   Learn How To Manage Your Money Managing money is important in business because you cannot get paid one million dollars for your company’s needs and just […]

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BOOK FAIR IS COMING!

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We are excited to announce that our “Fun in the Sun” themed book fair will be taking place on January 23rd-25th in the Library.  We are looking for parent volunteers to help before & after school, during snack & lunches, as well as during designated class visits.  We can’t do it without your help! Please […]

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Family Camp by Lauren Dolinka

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Our inaugural family camp weekend was a resounding success! Over twenty families joined us at Camp Marston in Julian for a weekend full of connecting and ruach. Some of the highlights included celebrating Hanukkah together; participating in activities such as archery, candle making, and hiking; and showcasing our many talents in a competitive talent show […]

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Real World Business By Alexandra Lerner, Sarah Datnow and Sabrina Feldman

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(Note from Mrs. King: Every year, our fifth graders dive into the world of economics and finance. Did you get to do that when you were in 5th grade? I bet not! Read on to find  out what the fortunate SDJA students experience and learn.) Normally the adults are in charge, but at JA Biztown, the […]

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Science By Dr. Cheryl Eisen

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SDJA science students are learning what it is like to be scientists, by doing science in and out of the classroom.  We are providing students with opportunities to explore science beyond the curriculum and to challenge themselves to solve real world problems.     Ms. Pitzeks’ 6th grade students recently visited the San Dieguito lagoon where […]

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Math By Kristine Schneid

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One focus of the MUS math department is to engage the students in meaningful and interesting real-world applications of mathematics. Such applications are incorporated to develop creative problem solving skills as well as an appreciation of math and its relationship to other disciplines. In Geometry and Geometry Honors students are working on a project that […]

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Judaic Studies By Jeremy Toren

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In recent collaborative opportunities for our upper school Judaic Studies team, we have emphasized the importance of understanding the relevance of Jewish study to students’ everyday lives.  The examples below demonstrate a wide variety of ways in which our teachers guide our students in making meaning out of timeless Jewish ideas.    In Honors Jewish […]

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Humanities (English/History) By Sara Hansen and Susan Wu

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The Humanities Department embraces opportunities for connections between literary and historical studies. Whenever possible we try and create synthesis points where students can absorb the information from both areas of study in a deeper and more meaningful way. We have several moments of those happenings taking place this year. Brendan Riley’s English 10 classes are […]

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Arts By Tommy Collins

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The middle school art and music electives just wrapped up the first trimester, and what a fun time it was!  In the music electives students learned how to play basic songs on the guitar, trombone, trumpet, piano, and drums and then performed for their peers.  Other students learned how to use GarageBand on their computers […]

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Senior Luncheon

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Last week at our Senior Luncheon, the guest speaker was Mr. Glenn Doshay. Mr. Doshay has three sons, all of whom graduated from SDJA; was a long time teacher in the MUS teaching AP Econ, Journalism, and Speech and Debate; and also the Head Varsity Baseball Coach for 10 seasons. The theme of the senior […]

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