Visit Boulder Jewish Day School at the School Choice Fair on Wednesday, November 18 from 4 to 7 pm. The School Choice Fair is at the Millenium Harvest House Hotel, 1345 28th Street, Boulder. Click for more info.

Visit Boulder Jewish Day School at the School Choice Fair

Visit Boulder Jewish Day School at the School Choice Fair on Wednesday, November 18 from 4 to 7 pm.  The School Choice Fair is at the Millenium Harvest House Hotel, 1345 28th Street, Boulder, and is sponsored by the Daily Camera.

The fair is open to the public. Boulder Jewish Day School (BJDS), an independent community day school, will have information about its preschool and elementary school programs. As a community day school, BJDS welcomes families from across the spectrum of Jewish life, from interfaith families to Orthodox families.  The school is committed to academic excellence with Jewish values and utilizes an integrated curriculum. BJDS  nurtures the spiritual, as well as the academic side of our students, and is dedicated to providing a warm, safe “home away from home” for its students.

BJDS’s low student-to-teacher ratio allows students to work one-on-one with teachers and in small groups, and as a class to reinforce, build and stretch their own abilities.  Students embark on a journey of self-development and self-discovery the moment they enter BJDS.  With the tools and motivation provided by their BJDS experience, students depart with the ability to create meaningful lives for themselves and to shape and transform the world in which they live.

For more information or to arrange a tour of the school, contact BJDS at (303) 449-5569.

About Shoshi Bilavsky

I was born in Israel. I have a great Family. I have been working in Jewish education since 1993. I love being a Jewish educator. I love my community.

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