Mirowitz students have it all: a hands-on curriculum , lessons in social responsibility, and meaningful Jewish learning. During their years (K-8) at Mirowitz, students restore prairies, lobby elected officials, test water quality of streams, pick vegetables on a kibbutz and walk in the footsteps of MLK. As they do so, they joyfully connect with their heritage and develop skills for a lifetime of leadership.
Roll up your sleeves and engage in experiential learning about how kids grow to be curious and ethical. Break out sessions are led by Mirowitz teachers and include: Teaching Resiliency, the importance of learning a second language, teaching kids to pursue justice, and more.
Wednesday, November 7
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