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    Save the Date for Generations Day (formerly Grandparents & Special Friends Day)!

    Save the Date!
    Generations Day (formerly GPSF Day)
    Friday, March 20, 2015 More than 150 grandparents and special friends visit our campus each spring for a special day filled with intergenerational learning, Shabbat celebrations, and student performances. To make sure your child’s grandparent or special friend receives an invitation, please contact advancement@bhds.org. Invitations will be mailed next month.

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    Fifth Grade Leads Tefillah and Shares History of Their Families

    Today, fifth grade students led the entire Marin campus student body in a tefillah (prayer) service. Having prepared for this tefillah for weeks, the students introduced each prayer with kavanah (intention), explaining how the prayer connected to the theme of family. The Torah portion for this tefillah was “Bo,” which provided a perfect time-in to the theme of family. The fifth graders learned, and then demonstrated for the school community, that the Jewish people were all together when they fled Egypt (as told in Bo), and even though the Jewish people dispersed throughout the world through the centuries, we come back together as a community to rediscover our roots and ancestry of each family. Read on for more information... MORE PHOTOS

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    Kindergarten Reenacts Alabama Bus Boycott

    Each year, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday provides the kindergarten class with the opportunity to discuss diversity, freedom and equality. The students learn about the actions of Rosa Parks, Dr. King, and others who made a difference in the world by standing against injustice. To culminate their learning, the kindergarteners reenacted the Alabama Bus Boycott for their parents and lower school students. Following the play, the kindergarten class led a sing-a-long of freedom songs. This reenactment provides a great opportunity to share ideas about respect, mutual appreciation, and kindness for all people. MORE PHOTOS

TueJan27

Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Marin Primary

Time: 4:00pm

JV Girls Basketball vs. Marin Primary

Time: 5:00pm
ThuJan29

5th Grade Field Trip

Time: 8:45am - 2:30pm

Varsity Boys Basketball Game vs MCDS

Time: 4:00pm

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    Save the Date for Grandparents & Special Friends Day!

    Save the Date!
    Grandparents and Special Friends Day
    Friday, March 20, 2015 More than 250 grandparents and special friends visit our campus each spring for a special day filled with intergenerational learning, Shabbat celebrations, and student performances. To make sure your child’s grandparent or special friend receives an invitation, please contact advancement@bhds.org. Invitations will be mailed next month.

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    Motivated, Moving, and Having Fun - Third Graders Walk, Run, and Jog in P.E.

    Believe it or not, not all third graders love to run! But the Walk/Jog/Run unit they are currently engaged with in P.E. is changing that for our students. Disguising the fitness aspect of walking, jogging, and running by mixing in various patterns, different motor skills, and different partners and groups keeps students motivated, moving, and having fun. Aligned with NASPE and state content and performance standards, these activities are designed to include and challenge all students’ physical skills, while maintaining enjoyable, health-promoting, moderate-to-vigorous, physical activity during class. The 3rd graders certainly looked to be having fun last week when they jogged with lower school P.E. teacher Nobuo Kotani along Brotherhood Way and down to Lake Merced. MORE PHOTOS

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    Second Graders Lead Tefillah

    The second grade class led Thursday morning tefillah (service), with their families and the first graders in attendance. As part of the Hebrew/Judaic studies curriculum, each grade from first to eighth prepares for and then leads one tefillah a year. The second graders sang traditional and contemporary prayers, interspersed with songs in Hebrew and English. As part of their preparation, the students created watercolors, on display for the oneg following the service, with their written reflections on what the act of prayer meant to each of them. MORE PHOTOS

TueJan27

MS Performance Night

Location: BIJ Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
FriJan30

Shabbat Ba-Bayit Dinners

SatJan31

Lilah Ferris Bat Mitzvah

MonFeb02

7th Grade Outdoor Ed

Thru: 2/4/2015

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