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Join us for a third-grade bake sale on June 3rd during Oneg Shabbat!

Our guiding question for the year is “what is my role in our community?”

We’ve studied that through various lenses this year, including studying unique Jewish communities, communities located near us that we are not a part of, and leaders in communities. Now it’s time to put our question to the test- our job is to better our community. We are doing this by having a good ol’ fashioned bake sale.

How will this better our community, you ask?

We have been learning about various nonprofits that make our communities better by working with marginalized populations and working to better the environment. Each student has an opinion on where the proceeds of the sale should go, and each student is writing a 4-5 paragraph persuasive essay to convince YOU of their opinion.

Through this project, students studied Jewish texts to support their opinion, learned about the economy and how producers and consumers are integral to California, and put our math skills to the test.

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