858-704-3700

Newsletters

FIRST LEGO League Jr. Opportunity

Post Image

Dear Parents: Welcome back! I hope you had a great summer. For the new families, welcome to SDJA. I am a parent of a third and fifth grader and I am writing you today about First Lego League, Jr. Last year, it was my pleasure to coach a team of second and third graders and […]

Continue Reading...

Eggpire Committees Divide and Conquer

Post Image

Written by Bebe Neustadt The Eggpire has been busy the past few weeks. Our marketing and finance committees have been meeting regularly to set prices, advertise, and get the business rolling.  We’re working hard to get the eggs from our coop into your homes! The members of the marketing committee met last week and are […]

Continue Reading...

Visiting Author inspires our young writers

Post Image

Have you ever looked at something and thought to yourself, “Hmmm, What if..?”  Author Jessie Janowitz visited SDJA and spoke with 4th and 5th grade students this past Wednesday.  She is the author of The Doughnut Fix and The Doughnut King. Last week every 4th and 5th grader received a copy of her most recent […]

Continue Reading...

Your Child’s Learning This Year

Post Image

By Kelley King   One of the most important things we can do as your partner in raising and educating your child is to share with you about your child’s learning journey this year. We want to make sure that we are answering these important questions for you during the course of the school year: […]

Continue Reading...

What’s Happening – Community Events

Post Image

StandWithUs San Diego 8th Annual Leaders of Tomorrow Gala Dinner – Sunday, October 27, 2019 FIDF 9th Annual San Diego Gala: A Night of Heroes – Saturday, November 9, 2019    

Continue Reading...

Choir Program

Post Image

We are excited to announce that San Diego is now the 40th chapter of the Hazamir International Jewish Teen Choir, with strong ties to SDJA.  The singers in each chapter, in addition to acquiring musical skills such as reading sheet music and ensemble singing, study the same repertoire with a local conductor.  The chapters across […]

Continue Reading...

Hebrew Education on the MUS Campus

Our Hebrew 8 class is excited to announce a new addition to MUS.   In order to help our MUS faculty and students to learn basic Hebrew, every Monday a new Hebrew word poster is put into each teacher’s mailbox to hang up and explore in your classroom. Across the MUS campus our faculty and […]

Continue Reading...

7th Grade EXCSEL Retreat

Post Image

Last week the 7th grade class participated in their first EXCSEL program of the year traveling to Big Bear.  The students (and staff) had the opportunity to engage in activities that took them outside of their comfort zones, allowing for personal growth, teamwork, bonding, and FUN. The retreat involved many teambuilding challenges (that progressively became […]

Continue Reading...

Homecoming

Post Image

The tradition of Homecoming dates back to the late 1800’s but there is debate as to the exact origin of the event. Some believe the Harvard – Yale football game in 1870 was the first school celebration surrounding alumni returning to campus for a weekend of festivities. Other historians believe the homecoming celebration began in […]

Continue Reading...

FIRST LEGO League Jr. Opportunity

Post Image

Dear Parents: Welcome back! I hope you had a great summer. For the new families, welcome to SDJA. I am a parent of a third and fifth grader and I am writing you today about First Lego League, Jr. Last year, it was my pleasure to coach a team of second and third graders and […]

Continue Reading...