Please join us for another wonderful ED Talk evening this year presented by New York Times bestselling author Harlan Cohen: Getting Comfortable With The Uncomfortable, Five Simple Rules for Parents.
Our ability to attract Aaron to this position is a testament to the success of our programs, the strength of our community and the bright future ahead for MJDS. It is incredibly well timed as we begin the celebration of our 36th year serving our community.
This year's eighth grade class, as part of the Exploring the Core (ETC) elective program, has been working in groups to design and build manual tennis ball launchers. The goal: to create a device that will launch a tennis ball the farthest and the most accurately.
We can't wait to preform for the entire school and at community-wide events later this year. Here is a sneak peak at a song we are working on. Enjoy!
At MJDS, social studies enables students to view our world through a Jewish lens.
"How do I "package up" this group of teachers and take them around the country to show others what real growth in professional learning can look like when teachers have the right mindset and are provided with ongoing, sustained and rigorous professional learning to build their capacity." Reading and writing coach working with the k-5 teachers.
More 3D technologies are coming to MJDS in 2017!
More than 50 students and parents braved the snow to learn all about paper circuitry.
There will be 1.4 million programming jobs to fill, with only 400,000 graduates in Computer Science.
The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle profiles MJDS' commitment to innovative learning.
represented by the student body
of theatricals and musicals
participate in team sports
in the 7th grade through Voice of the Children