November 23, 2020 by
MILTON is part of a special issue of the Prizmah journal that examines how schools are adapting to the challenging circumstances of conducting business during the Covid-19 pandemic. Check out this article about one of the ways that our school has reinvented our program through these exigencies. Shout out to Sarah Gershman, Sarah Rubin Shapiro, […]
November 19, 2020
Seventh grader Eliana W. raised $18,000 in support of Innovation Africa (IA) for her bat mitzvah project. IA uses Israeli solar technologies to bring electricity to destitute schools and hospitals in Africa. Eliana is supporting a school in Uganda with over 1200 students, many of whom are orphans. She needed to raise $18000 to bring […]
September 27, 2020 by
Milton was featured in Washington City Paper. The article spotlights our school’s innovative Virtual Plus learning model and the success of our outdoor education program. Read the article here.
September 18, 2020 by
As I write this to you, the next tab over is my Rosh Hashanah 5780 menu and shopping list. While we have been trying to rein ourselves in for years now, there’s still a long list of ‘must haves:’ one grandmother’s chicken soup, the brisket big enough for 20, a beloved aunt’s beloved apple cake, […]
September 14, 2020 by
This is a year for the record books: 90 New Students 4 Learning Sites New Experiential Outdoor Program Milton 2.0 Launches Redesigned Learning Spaces New Health and Safety Protocols Facilities Upgrades MILTON’s talented and dedicated teachers are bringing their expertise, creativity, love, and a spirit of innovation to teaching students wherever they are: on campus, […]
August 5, 2020 by
Milton’s school leaders have been laying the groundwork for a joyful and engaging 2020-21 school year. We invite you to learn more about our fall plans here. We will provide parents with timely updates as our plans develop and provide opportunities to ask questions and share feedback. Please check your inbox for invitations to our […]
April 11, 2014 by
Our Mo’etzet Talmidim (Student Council) joined Members of Congress, Administration officials, interfaith and anti-hunger leaders, and individuals affected by hunger at the National Hunger Seder. Our students traveled to the Capitol Visitor Center and had a chance to participate in a seder organized by JCPA and Mazon that focused on the oppression of hunger. They […]
April 4, 2014 by
Mazal Tov to sixth grader Ethan L. on winning second place at the District-wide Geography Bee today! The Geography Bee is a national competition for students in grades 4 to 8, and schools across the country participate using materials prepared and distributed by the National Geographic Society.