We earned a Robotics Engineering Grant!
with their “Fourth Grade Buddies.”
Our First Graduation!
June 17, 2013 was a very special day for MWJDS, as we celebrated our first graduating class! Read all about it here from the Ashland Tab, and here is the article from the Jewish Advocate:
MWJDS Students participate in the ADL’s “A Nation of Immigrants” Community Seder, March 3, 2013
The Boston Globe article can be viewed here.
From the September 2012 issue of The Jewish Chronicle, Worcester’s own Jewish community newspaper:
For the fourth year, FCB Charitable Foundation continues to be the premier sponsor of the MetroWest Jewish Day School (MWJDS) Social Justice Initiative.
MWJDS Wins PEJE Challenge Award!
This fall, MWJDS launched an innovative marketing program. This initiative became the basis for 2011 Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education (PEJE) Challenge Award. MWJDS embarked on the Apple iPod Touch promotional program to grow our potential student base and widen our recruiting database. We sought to broaden awareness of MWJDS, diversify our target market, drive traffic to our updated website, and increase our “likes” on our new Facebook page. We reached out to over 600 children in our area during the 2011 High Holidays; it was the first marketing program of its kind for MWJDS. The team integrated traditional outreach approaches with significant online and social media efforts. The 2011 PEJE Challenge Award was the perfect motivator for MWJDS to be more aggressive and innovative while reexamining our marketing strategy via online and social media marketing efforts. Through this process, we made a significant shift in our strategy for future MWJDS marketing efforts.
Should Kippot be Mandatory or Optional?
Designed to recognize, honor, and support, outstanding classroom Jewish educators on the local level, these awards will be presented to professionals in communities across North America in conjunction with their central agencies for Jewish education or federations. The Awards have been presented to educators of excellence in 88 communities across North America since the program’s inception in 2000.
Jewish Women International’s magazine, Jewish Women, features a story on our own HERo, Renee Finn, and her nomination as Jewish Community Hero by the Jewish Federations of North America.
We are thrilled to announce Behzad Dayanim as our new Head of School, starting the 2011 – 2012 school year.
The MetroWest Jewish Day School held a fun event, in which families from the school and the community, constructed Jerusalem, the Old City, with 60,000 LEGOs. Feb 13 2011
For the students, it’s just a move down the hall, but for MetroWest Jewish Day School, the addition of a sixth grade this coming year is a show of faith. Jul 09 2010
The MetroWest Jewish Day School has named a new co-president to lead the private institution. Jun 24 2010
Our Board of Directors is a dedicated group of community leaders.
After walking through Yaakov Cohn’s otherwise normal home and out the back door, visitors step into a scene literally from the Bible. Sep 29 2010
Our third graders visited Mr. Cohn’s fabulous sukkah!
Sidney Caplan spent three years as an Army medic during World War II, and yesterday the 89-year-old recounted battles in Italy and France, and the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp in Dachau, Germany, to a group of local schoolchildren. Apr 13 2010
For five days in early January, MWJDS students took part in Chess Week, where they played chess for an hour a day. Feb 2010
About 200 students from local Jewish schools will explore science Sunday… May 21, 2010
The Science Fair is one of the highlights of the school year.
Gathered beneath a sukkah constructed of metal poles and green netting, brightly decorated with children’s drawings and ornaments, local families yesterday celebrated one of Judaism’s most joyful holidays. Oct 20 2008
MetroWest Jewish Day School: A Celebration of Community: Enjoy MWJDS’ new video, which expresses our community’s love of our school and its students.
Shavuot Rap: Students wrote this rap with the help of Shorty, the Israeli hip hop star. They performed the song live via videoconference to their pen pals in Haifa.