By Ifat Bejerano, Parent of Danielle ’17 and Stav ’13 As my youngest daughter, Danielle, prepares to graduate from JCDS in a few short weeks, I find myself reflecting on my family’s nine years at JCDS. I think back to the first time I visited the school. My husband, Yaniv, and I were living in … More Reflections on a Bicultural Community
Why would the Admissions Staff of a Jewish day school go to camp? The answer is simple: we want to stay in touch with our students beyond the school day. At JCDS, we are deeply entwined in a community that believes in the lifelong pursuit of learning, the beauty of play, and joyful and meaningful Jewish engagement. … More Admissions Staff Goes to Camp
By Dr. Susie Tanchel, Head of School Yaffah Korinow z”l is treasured in the JCDS community. Much has been said and written about Yaffah recently that describes so movingly what an extraordinary soul she was.
By Ayelet Lipton I’d like to tell you a story about a little boy. When this little boy was five years old, his kindergarten class at Jewish day school had a guest storyteller tell the tale of Queen Esther. She described what the queen looked like, which she normally does not do since she likes … More What Color is Queen Esther?