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EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY as a nurturer Our school endeavors to complement the family of the EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY as a nurturer Our school endeavors to complement the family of the social, religious and educational values of Judaism. We strive to expose our children to the contributions and accomplishments which Judaism and her practitioners have made to humanity in the fields of law, government, the arts and sciences and most importantly, to the pursuit of social justice in the world. Furthermore, as proud members of the international Jewish community, we inculcate in our students a love for the land of Israel, her people and language as part of our Jewish identity. 2

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES UPON GRADUATION WE EXPECT OUR STUDENTS TO ACHIEVE THE FOLLOWING GOALS 3 EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES UPON GRADUATION WE EXPECT OUR STUDENTS TO ACHIEVE THE FOLLOWING GOALS 3

UPON GRADUATION WE DESIRE THAT OUR STUDENTS BELIEVE. . . 4 UPON GRADUATION WE DESIRE THAT OUR STUDENTS BELIEVE. . . 4

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM GAN-ALEPHPRE-K, KINDERGARTEN, FIRST GRADE 5 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM GAN-ALEPHPRE-K, KINDERGARTEN, FIRST GRADE 5

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM BET – 2 ND GRADE 6 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM BET – 2 ND GRADE 6

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM GIMEL – 3 RD GRADE 7 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM GIMEL – 3 RD GRADE 7

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM DALET – 4 TH GRADE 8 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM DALET – 4 TH GRADE 8

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM HEY – 5 TH GRADE 9 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM HEY – 5 TH GRADE 9

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM VAV – 6 TH GRADE 10 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM VAV – 6 TH GRADE 10

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM ZAYIN – 7 TH GRADE 11 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM ZAYIN – 7 TH GRADE 11

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM OPTIONAL PROGRAM BAR-BAT MITZVAH ACADEMIC CURRICULUM HEH – VAV- ZAYIN 5 th ACADEMIC CURRICULUM OPTIONAL PROGRAM BAR-BAT MITZVAH ACADEMIC CURRICULUM HEH – VAV- ZAYIN 5 th - 6 TH - 7 TH GRADE 12

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL 8 TH, 9 TH, 10 TH Wednesdays, 7: 30 ACADEMIC CURRICULUM HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL 8 TH, 9 TH, 10 TH Wednesdays, 7: 30 pm – 8: 30 pm 13

PARENT LEARNING CENTER • • The Parent Learning Center provides an opportunity for parents PARENT LEARNING CENTER • • The Parent Learning Center provides an opportunity for parents to engage in study of various aspects of Judaism that parallels their student’s Religious School studies. The program addresses both parents and students, with the goal of carrying forward this learning and dialogue into the home. The topics that will be presented will be part of the students’ ongoing curriculum for this academic year. The program has been designed to help parents deal with many of the concerns and questions that children have about their lives, God, and Jewish heritage. These classes will be offered on Wednesday evenings from 7: 30 – 8: 30 pm the first Wednesday of each month, (0 r the second Wednesday of the month in cases where a religious or national holiday falls on a Tuesday. ) Train a child in the way he shall go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it. (Pirkei Avot) 14

ACADEMIC SCHEDULE GRADE DAY TIME Gan-Aleph Sunday 8: 30 – 10: 30 am (Pre. ACADEMIC SCHEDULE GRADE DAY TIME Gan-Aleph Sunday 8: 30 – 10: 30 am (Pre. K-1) Bet (2 nd) Sunday 8: 30 – 10: 30 am Gimel (3 rd) Sunday 8: 30 – 10: 30 am Dalet (4 th) Sunday 8: 30 – 10: 30 am Hey (5 th) Sunday 8: 30 – 10: 30 am Wednesday 7: 30 – 8: 30 pm Vav (6 th) Sunday 8: 30 – 10: 30 am Wednesday 7: 30 – 8: 30 pm Zayin (7 th) Sunday 8: 30 – 10: 30 am Wednesday 7: 30 - 8: 30 pm Wednesday 7: 30 – 8: 30 pm 1 st Wednesday of the month 7: 30 – 830 pm High School 8 th – 10 th Parent Study Dalet Siddur Program Friday Decemb er 16 th 6: 45 pm – 8: 00 pm 15

MEET THE DIRECTOR Helena B. Hadef (862)264 -9785 hadef@comcast. net Professional Profile An Educational MEET THE DIRECTOR Helena B. Hadef (862)264 -9785 [email protected] net Professional Profile An Educational Administrator with expertise in issues of institutional leadership and development of instructional cultures that reflect best practices in the field of pedagogy. Work History Director, The Write Stuff School, Livingston, NJ, Present Head of School, Kellman Academy, Cherry Hill, NJ, 2002 - 2005 Educational Director, Temple Emanuel School, Closter, NJ, 2000 -2002 Principal, Solomon Schechter School, White Plains, NY 1998 -2000 Educational Director, K-12 th, Westchester Jewish Center, Mamaroneck, NY, 1994 -1998 Assistant Principal, Brandeis Hillel Day School, San Francisco, CA, 1992 -1994 Vice Principal, Pinellas County Day School, N – 8 th St. Petersburg, FL, 1990 -1992 Teacher, Solomon Schechter Day School, Cranford, NJ, 1988 -1990 Education 2005 – 2006, Fellowship: Mandel School for Educational & Social Leadership, Jerusalem Israel 2003, spring, Harvard Principals' Center, School Leaders' Institute 1998 – 1999, Fellowship: Secondary/Day School Leadership Training Institute, Avichai Foundation Jewish Theological Seminary 1992 Post Graduate Program Day School Principal Certification 1990 Master of Arts + 30 doctoral credits Education Administration & Supervision 1989 Bachelor of Arts Double Major, Talmud and Education Columbia University, Barnard College, 1989 Bachelor of Arts Major: Political Science 16