7th and 8th Grade

This Week in 7 and 8, Sept. 30

Our 7th and 8th grade class created Tashlich ceremonies for each of the younger classes in school. Students were paired up and led their designated class through the ceremony. It was fabulous to see how our students created specific ceremony plans based on the ages of the younger students!

This Week in 7 and 8, Sept. 23

In Algebra I part 2 this week, students are learning the rules for negative, zero, and rational exponents.

In Art, the students continued to work on their graffiti art, choosing between using markers or colored pencils to color theirs. Some added shading to create a 3-D look.

This Week in 7 and 8, Sept. 16

Students were introduced to six different lenses for studying history and worked in small groups to teach their classmates about the lenses and their functions in creative ways. We had a chance to view skits, posters, songs and more!

This week in pre-algebra, we are discovering where mathem…

Welcome Back, 7 and 8!

We kicked off our year of learning Jewish history together by creating an interactive timeline! Each student picked an event in history and then we had fun sequencing the events and talking about our choices.

In Judaics, we talked about the importance of the month of Elul and how beneficial…

Last Week of School for 7 and 8!

7th graders continued with their Holocaust projects on a theme from The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. Some of them are using clay and the projects are really taking shape.

For their last art class together, the students played pictionary.

The 8th grade did the last editing of their speeches …