In Yavneh News
Social Justice is an integral part of the 5th grade Jewish Studies curriculum where students engage in group community service projects. For these projects, students follow four phases: learning about the problem and who is affected, creating a service path, enacting the service path, and reflecting and speaking to their classmates and community about what they learned. Students worked in small groups, each focusing on different service projects that included helping people with breast cancer, animal homelessness, world hunger, childhood illness and more. Students created flyers and posters, planned donations, built awareness and raised funds.
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