FINAL REMINDER! May 3rd deadline for class placement input
Believe it or not, we will soon begin the important work of creating classes for next year. Each spring, we invite you to provide parental input via a Survey Monkey. The parent questionnaire is the best and only way to ensure that we have your input correctly captured and safely stored over the next five months. Class placement changes can occur into August and having your responses accessible online to us – from wherever we are in July! – has been invaluable. The deadline of May 3rd is quickly approaching. We encourage you to fill out the questionnaire as soon as possible. We will start working on class lists before the deadline, so the sooner we get your responses, the better. Please click here for the questionnaire.
Students to raise money for CAF and present a CAF grant for a handcycle grant to 5 year old Challenged Athlete Maison Isaiah Alfred from Oceanside, CA On Thursday, April 11th, the students of the GMLS participated in their annual jogathon; however this year, we were honored to partner with the Challenged Athletes Foundation and […]
By Anna Pelletier Well, we certainly have had our fair share of wet days here at school! But luckily enough, we have been able to use our great indoor facilities to keep our PE program going! We have also been really lucky the past two weeks and we have had glorious weather so hopefully this continues. […]
Believe it or not, we will soon begin the important work of creating classes for next year. Each spring, we invite you to provide parental input via a Survey Monkey. The parent questionnaire is the best and only way to ensure that we have your input correctly captured and safely stored over the next five […]
Each year, thousands of people from across the region join the Walk Against Hate to celebrate diversity and challenge bigotry. People of all backgrounds and beliefs march arm-in-arm in support of equality and inclusion. San Diego Jewish Academy began a partnership with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and we developed a three-year program using ADL’s “No […]
Mrs. Candace Manor, kindergarten teacher, has been selected to participate in the Legacy Heritage Teacher Leader Fellowship, a two-year program designed to provide professional development to teachers through intensive training and coursework at Brandeis University during two summers, followed by two years of mentoring on a dedicated project and further coursework in teacher leadership. The […]