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SAN DIEGO JEWISH ACADEMY STUDENTS WALK TO END GENOCIDE APRIL 22

In collaboration with Jewish World Watch, San Diego Jewish Academy will hold a Walk to End Genocide, which is being organized by a group of ninth and tenth grade students. The walk is being held to raise awareness about the mass atrocities occurring in Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

SDJA STUDENTS WIN SCIENCE COMPETITIONS, TEAM TO COMPETE IN ISRAEL

By Kristin Hobbs Kjaero

 

June 30, 2010 (San Diego) -- What kind of “brain food” does the San Diego Jewish Academy feed its students? Whatever it is, it’s working!

 

Eighth grade student Sara Frank recently won first place in the Medicine category, four professional society awards, as well as the Sweepstakes Award at the San Diego Science Fair for her project, “Do You See What I See,” before going on to compete at the California State Science Fair. It is a truly impressive accomplishment for the eighth grader.

 

At the same time, the school’s team of 9th and 10th grade students won first prize nationally for inventing a system that purifies gray water from your washing machine for use in irrigation, and will go on to compete internationally in the Gildor Project’s final round in Israel.

HAITI RELIEF DONATIONS PILE UP AT SAN DIEGO JEWISH ACADEMY: MORE SUPPLIES SOUGHT

 


Drop-off centers established around the County, including SDSU, UC, coastal and East San Diego areas

 

January 27, 2010 (San Diego) – “Watching the horrors unfold on television, we wanted our students, our future leaders, to understand that they can make a different in the world through Gimilut Hasadim, deeds of loving kindness,” said Dr. Jeffrey Davis, upper school principal at San Diego Jewish Academy.

 

The school is collecting supplies from the public through Friday to deliver to victims of the Haiti earthquake.