"I will always remember MJDS as a warm hearted, child centered school and community. The staff was comprised of helpful, understanding people who tried their best to help when a problem arose."
- Lynda Mitz
Join us for a double chai celebration and schmooze with desserts, drinks and ComedySportz.
Tuesday, Mar. 27, 7-9p.m.
"As parents, my husband and I have loved the solid educational foundations our daughters, Dani and Lee'at, have been given. Their love for their heritage and culture was nurtured at MJDS by the wonderful staff. "
- Aimee Bachar
"It is the intangibles that will stay with my family forever: proud Jewish identities, strong commitment to community, appreciation for the rhythm our lives take as we celebrate the Jewish Holidays, love of Israel, and keen responsibility for tikkun olam - repairing the world."
- Sue Carneol
"Thirty six years later, MJDS is still what is always has been, - a warm, bright school filled with incredible staff, engaged students; and dedicated families."
- Kara Sanchez
"...I credit MJDS with helping to shape me into the woman I am today. I know that my exposure to Jewish education and culture during those ten years has helped formulate many of my values and the decisions I make as an adult."
- Rebecca Hart
"I am still going strong, loving to come to work every day, creating new, stimulating environments, finding ways to embody Tikkun Olam."
- Nancy Dowling
This week MJDS hosted an amazing session with 135 students from very diverse backgrounds. Hispanic, Jewish and African American upper school students worked collaboratively in a life-changing session about tolerance and peace building presented by Serve2Unite.
This program was organized by Repairing Together, a non-profit organization founded by MJDS alumni parent Elsien Crawford, that produces and executes thematic social and environmental action programming for schools of
represented by the student body
of theatricals and musicals
participate in team sports
in the 7th grade through Voice of the Children