Our 7th through 9th graders develop a greater sense of an individual’s place in the landscape of the worldwide Jewish Community through experiencing interesting activities and events throughout Cleveland. Students also choose a specialized track: becoming part of the Park Teen Klezmer band or participating in Chidon Tanach, an international curriculum and Bible study contest.
The Biblical Selfie
Monday, November 2 @ Park Synagogue East
6:00 - 7:30 pm
Students embark on a Biblical Art Scavenger hunt of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Students visit the Museum on their own or they download the museum App and take a virtual scavenger hunt tour. Scavenger hunt – anytime in the month of November.
Violins of Hope Exhibit
Sunday, November 22 @ Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Sudents, parents, grandparents, and adult VIPs will receive an introduction by a Maltz Museum docent, then take a self-guided tour of this remarkable exhibit. Recommended for 7-9th grade students, parents, and adult relatives so that each can share perspectives. RSVPs required by November 15 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. PSWRS is paying for each participant.
Asynchronous Learning Around Northeast Ohio
Reflections and insight on our previous experiences
Thank you for coming out to Curriculum Night and preparing for the Violins of Hope Concerts and Maltz Exhibit with a discussion of Resistance and Hope.
>> Please take time to view the book trailer of Violins of Hope on YouTube here.
We had an amazing experience at Severence Hall listening to the Cleveland Institute of Music perform Violins of Hope.
>> Watch "The Cleveland Orchestra: Violins of Hope Concert 2015" on WVIZ's YouTube channel here.
Download the syllabus and schedule here.