Posts Tagged ‘school’

A woman helps a child at school write something.

Guest Column: Best of Both Worlds and Our Future

Maddie was a state champion in debate; Seth was an AIPAC intern; and Hannah works for Microsoft while Yoni is at Google. Laurenne recently completed her service in the IDF as a Lone Soldier; Robert was elected ninth-grade class president at Cranbrook; Lily’s poem on school shootings was published nationally last year when she was…

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back to school in the JN Foundation Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History

Looking Back At Heading Back To School

From the JN Foundation Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History Back to school. Three words that hold different meaning for different people. It is a menacing phrase for kids. It means, alas, summer is over; it’s time to get back to work. For moms, it means “Hooray, I survived the summer with the children…

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Staff at Pepper Elementary in Oak Park participate in a brain break ‘Got Ya.”

Propel To Excel

Jackie Headapohl Managing Editor The Einstein Method helps teachers motivate students to be their best. Allen Einstein and Mel Foster didn’t know each other the day they met at Coco Fairfield’s in Berkley. Sitting in the booth behind him, Mel eavesdropped as Allen, a retired teacher who taught for 32 years in public schools and…

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Hillel students, faculty and staff spell out 60 in honor of the school’s 60th anniversary.

Hillel At 60

Above: Hillel students, faculty and staff spell out 60 in honor of the school’s 60th anniversary. Nurturing Jewish leaders traditionally and now in 21st-century fashion. As Hillel Day School of Metropolitan Detroit heralds its 60th year, it celebrates the transformation of a school from a traditional academic model into an institution that is nationally regarded as…

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