Krieger Schechter News
Krieger Schechter Day School is thrilled to announce the creation of the Abramoff MakerSpace and Collaboratory which will be constructed over the summer and completed this fall. This new and exciting development will bring heightened opportunities to the learning potential of our students and will further aid in the school’s vision of offering a dynamic … Continue reading KSDS Will Add Abramoff MakerSpace and Collaboratory in August
Once again, KSDS will be participating in the Weekend Backpack Program. We will be packing food into backpacks to be sent to two city schools: Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School and Collington Square Elementary/Middle School. During the week, these schools feed the children–many of whom are homeless–a breakfast, hot lunch, healthy fruit, and a sandwich before … Continue reading Donations Requested – Weekend Backpack Program
The Spring session of enrichment will be running from March 13th through May 26th. The complete calendar is available HERE. Sessions include: Club SciKidz! programming will again be running Lego Robotics and Young Scientist classes. These sections will feature brand new content. Repeat students will experience fresh material. Irvine Nature Center’s EcoExplorers Club is a … Continue reading Sign Up for Spring Enrichment!
The 8th Grade Play is a huge event for the entire KSDS community as it represents the culmination of our students’ experience at Krieger Schechter Day School. Parents and alumni join us to watch students perform a musical entirely in Hebrew. This year’s production will be ‘Aladdin’. Tickets are on sale now in the Middle … Continue reading 8th Grade ‘Aladdin’ Tickets on Sale Now!
Our annual Middle School Learning Festival took place Tuesday, February 14th through Thursday, February 16th. The Learning Festival is a three-day experience – a break from the regular curriculum – during which students and faculty immerse themselves in thematic and Project Based Learning (PBL) activities. This year’s theme was “The Brain” and students studied the … Continue reading Middle School Learning Festival Success
In keeping with our commitment to tikkun olam, the second graders at Krieger Schechter Day School participated in the Weekend Backpack Program on January 23, 2017. Working with our partner, Sandie Nagel, students packed food into 43 backpacks that will be sent to two Baltimore City schools: Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School and Collington Square Elementary/Middle School. … Continue reading Students Donate 43 Food-Filled Backpacks to Baltimore City Schools
Krieger Schechter Day School won the BGE Wires Down Video Challenge grand prize for a second year in a row. Baltimore Gas and Electric announced Krieger Schechter Day School as a repeat winner of the fifth annual BGE Wires Down Video Challenge at a lower school assembly on January 18, 2017. The yearly contest encourages elementary schools to create … Continue reading KSDS Wins BGE’s Wires Down Video Challenge for Second Straight Year
Again this year, KSDS will be participating in the Weekend Backpack Program on January 23rd. We will be packing food into backpacks to be sent to two city schools: Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School and Collington Square Elementary/Middle School. During the week, these schools feed the children–many of whom are homeless–a breakfast, hot lunch, healthy fruit, … Continue reading Weekend Backpack Program – Donations Requested
The amazing PA-sponsored Shabbat Share will take place on Friday, March 3! Become part of the biggest school-wide event connecting KSDS families for a home-based Shabbat meal. Choose to be a guest or a host, and we will match up families with similar age children. The PA will provide everything you need: delicious catered dinner, materials for Shabbat … Continue reading KSDS Shabbat Share
Sally Grobani, a Hebrew and Judaics teacher at Krieger Schechter, performed an amazing mitzvah by donating her kidney to a colleague’s ailing husband. Read the full article, featured by the Jewish Times, here: Teacher Donates Kidney to Colleague’s Ailing Husband