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Sami H (’15)


Sixth Graders Participate in the World Water Monitoring Challenge

October 8, 2014 by Arava R (’15) (Students) Sami H (’15) (Students)

JPDS-NC’s sixth grade participated in the World Water Monitoring Challenge, an international educational outreach program. It helps build awareness and involvement in protecting water resources. This year, JPDS-NC’s 6th grade students went to Luzon Run, a tributary of Rock Creek Park, which is across the street from the school. In this study, you must find […]

  • Environmental Education
  • Student Stories
  • Tikkun Olam

Fifth Graders Experience Outdoor Education at Chesapeake Teva

May 28, 2014 by Sami H (’15) (Students) Sophia M (’15) (Students)

Fifth-grade students from JPDS-NC just returned from Chesapeake Teva, a four-day, three-night outdoor education program where Jewish students from different schools learn about the environment and how Judaism connects to nature. At Teva, students go on long hikes through the beautiful nature and learn about different topics that connect Judaism to nature, including ecology, togetherness, […]

  • Environmental Education
  • Student Stories