Egg-cellent Egg-ventures This week’s edition by Ella Gilbert and Julia Nieberg
We’re still anxiously awaiting the arrival of our first egg! Haven’t cast your vote yet? Don’t worry, it’s not too late to be a part of the lottery! In the lottery, you are able to cast your vote in order to guess which day the first egg will arrive. You’re also able to guess which chicken you think will lay the first egg. If you’re right, you’ll win a half dozen of eggs! If you would like to vote, you can go to the lower school office. It’s one dollar per vote and you can vote as much as you’d like. This lottery is a fun way for you to get some free eggs and for us to collect money to support our chickens and our business. We want to continue to grow Epic Eggs so it can be successful this year and for years to come.
It looks like a lot of people are putting their eggs in the same basket! March 23rd is our most popular day. On that day, Zebbi has the most with three votes. Sunny and Coco are a close second with two votes each, and Autumn has no votes! It also seems like our SDJA community is egg-specting the eggs to arrive in the month of March. We’re averaging more votes per day in March than April. At this moment, our most popular chicken is Coco. Though all of our chickens are pretty great, Sunny is collecting the least amount of votes. Let’s give her some love!
We hope you’re as egg-cited as we are for the eggs arrive! Don’t be such a chicken…stop by the office and cast your vote today!
The kids have a long weekend….but why? Teachers, just like doctors, lawyers, accountants and other professionals, need ongoing training and professional development to improve their skills and to learn about the newest approaches in the field. Professional development days (we have 3 to 4 during every school year) are not only an essential part of […]
On March 7th our 4th grade students flew to Sacramento for 2 action packed days of living history. Thank you to Mrs. Lerner, Morah Hagit and the parents who chaperoned. On arriving in Sacramento they headed straight to the Capitol building. Afterwards, the students explored Sutter’s Fort. Then they headed over to Old Town and […]
On Tuesday, 5th graders went on a field trip to Los Angeles to visit the Museum of Tolerance. The students were given an age-appropriate introduction about Holocaust history and current social issues, such as bullying. The 5th graders have been studying the Holocaust in the classroom and this field trip served to greatly enrich and […]
The 5th grade Passover Seder with survivors was held on Thursday. As they were walking out, I had the pleasure to hear their comments and see their faces. They were so thankful and happy and this is what they said: G-D bless this school The kids are so lovely The kids are so nice and […]
We’re still anxiously awaiting the arrival of our first egg! Haven’t cast your vote yet? Don’t worry, it’s not too late to be a part of the lottery! In the lottery, you are able to cast your vote in order to guess which day the first egg will arrive. You’re also able to guess which […]
If you missed the mousetrap car races on Wednesday night in the gym, you missed a whole lot of fun and excitement! SDJA, Chabad, Del Mar Pines, Soille and La Jolla Country Day third, fourth and fifth graders faced off to see how far their mousetrap cars could travel. Here are the results: Novice […]
You are invited to participate with your child in an event of a lifetime! To celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary, SDJA has been invited to participate – as one of only 16 locations around the world – in a televised broadcast of a worldwide singing of “Hallelujah.” In the opening scene of the special broadcast (and […]