Ganon Adom students participated in a scavenger hunt to find natural objects. They also worked on their gross motor skills by balancing on various tree stumps. Then, the little artists brought back tree-bark to paint and become part of their classroom.
As any head of school can attest, lockdown drills, as well as other measures that prep staff and students on how to behave in emergency situations, have become as commonplace in our schools as fire drills. The National Center for Education Statistics tells the story: Today, more than 90% of schools practice lockdown drills during the
SAR High School Welcomes New Faculty
Rabbi Jonathan Kroll, a founding staff member at SAR High School has returned as principal after spending the past six years as head of school at Katz Yeshiva High School of South
On June 23, Connecticut kids with special needs set off on a fishing expedition organized by three students from Stamford’s Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy (BCHA), working with the C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation, an organization that enriches the lives of children with
Adam Nerenberg could not have imagined that his passion for economics would lead to such immediate success, particularly while he was still in high school. As a junior, he was caught up in the clutches of standardized tests and AP classes. Flash forward to early May and he was leading the SAR High School Economics Club to