Abilities and traits of ideal graduates include…
Read comprehensively and write persuasively, creatively, descriptively, and review and revise their own and their peers’ work.
Show or explain conceptually real-world math situations/problems.
Explain what creates a community and what creates a civilization and how past civilizations have affected our present day society.
Test a theory using the scientific method and form conclusions.
Communicate orally -- using basic conversational Hebrew -- their knowledge about Jewish holidays and basic rituals involved in their observance.
To be able to read a Jewish text and generate questions of philosophical meaning as they relate to the events of Jewish history.
and Jewish History:
Relate to Jewish celebrations by acknowledging experiences of wonder and reciting prayers/blessings, performing rituals, and explaining meanings
(Jewish Prayer/ liturgy):
Demonstrate social responsibility by volunteering in the community or working on global issues.
Have the self-awareness to identify their strengths and challenges and independently use problem solving skills in life.
Listen with intention to others and know how this relates to being a leader.
Independently study for exams and complete assignments they are proud to share.
Speak and perform in front of an audience using a clear, moderated voice while connecting with the audience in comfort and excitement.