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  • Today Ms. Jensen and Ms. Kim waived goodbye to the slide! Playground renovations are getting more exciting by the day!
  • Tonight your favorite teachers and administrators met up to celebrate the 2018-2019 school year! Thank you @wonderfulworldofwisner for hosting us in your lovely home!
  • Playground renovations are underway. School starts in 20 days, and we can’t wait to see our friends!
  • Learning is a life-long quest! This week our Kinder Expert, Nelly Wisner, engaged in an intensive study led by Lucy Calkins at Columbia University to refine her practice and engage with the most recent research on best practices in phonics instruction. @wonderfulworldofwisner
  • We are incredibly honored to wish these kiddos all the best in middle school. They have made us so very proud in countless ways!
  • We ended our last day of school with the Talent Show! Hoping everyone has a wonderful Summer!

Community Service

Beth Hillel Elementary students learn to put Jewish values into action.

Throughout the year, students have opportunities to participate in tzedakah (righteous giving) projects that enrich our local community and the world. In addition to participating in our Temple Mitzvah Day, our students run a garden and constantly harvest fresh food for the Interfaith Food Pantry, take baked goodies for local firemen, donate school supplies for children who are victims of domestic violence, and collect books for public school libraries. They have contributed money to plant trees in Israel and Los Angeles, held bake sales to benefit disaster survivors, provided solar ovens for refuges in Darfur, and sent mishloach manot (baskets of Purim goodies) to Israeli troops. Through these actions, our students learn to care about others and to give back to our local community and the world.

In each grade level, students adopt a cause and learn about one way they can help repair the world. Students in TK, Kindergarten and first-grade work in the Interfaith Food Pantry and in the Temple Mitzvah Garden, and second and third graders visit the elderly and perform at Hanukkah and Purim. Our fourth, fifth and sixth graders learn about the value of Bal Tashchit, taking care of the earth. Their social action work includes leading the school in trash-free lunches, a beach clean up, a temple-wide recycling project and programs and assemblies to educate the younger students about the importance of caring for our planet.