Sunday/Monday KDBB Program (Kindergarten through Seventh Grade): A framework for learning that seeks to nurture whole persons. Using the metaphor of a human body, whole-person learning is made up of four learning domains: Knowledge, Doing, Believing, and Belonging.
This center-based model integrates peer learning groups, technology, interactive components, and performance-based learning. Differentiated Hebrew reading groups encourage students to develop skills in Hebrew reading groups encourage students to develop skills in Hebrew fluency and accuracy that foster motivation and independence. Our students engage in Tikkun Olam activities and projects that support their understanding of their purposes in their communities and in the world at large. Each grade has a Family Education component, in which parents/caregivers and children become co-learners as part of the curriculum.