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Annual Report




Bonus Content

List of 11 news stories.

  • Purim Celebrations

    It was madness on campus! Bakers were cooking up trouble, Vikings were hunting wolves in the hallways, unicorns and superheroes were running wild, artists and royalty were holding meetings … it can only mean one thing. PURIM! This fun-filled day was complete with student performances, creative costumes, and even words of encouragement, as the fifth grade made cards for hospitalized children.
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  • Acclaimed Author Troy Hicks Visits Campus

    Learning came to life at Sinai Akiba when acclaimed author Dr. Troy Hicks visited classes, met with teachers and even spent time learning about SAA's own innovative programs.
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  • Grandparents & Special Friends Days

    In both the ECC and Grades K-2, Grandparents and Special Friends are invited to spend time with students in the classrooms. The K-2 event started with a special program and followed with a visit to the classrooms. The ECC event included a special Mini Minyan and classroom activities.
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  • Sixth Graders Study Hanukkah Stories

    Before the winter break, sixth graders learned about two different versions of the story of Hanukkah.
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  • Hanukkah Celebrations

    Check out these great photos from ECC and Kindergarten Hanukkah Celebrations!
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  • Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving at SAA

    Check out some of the activities our Lower School students took part in to celebrate Thanksgiving and share their gratitude this season. 
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  • Challah! Thank you to our Challah Bake Volunteers

    The 2019 Challah Bake was a huge success, with record attendance for the second year in a row! Thanks to our many volunteers to help make this night amazing.
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  • Higher Order Thinking: Simchat Torah

    As Sukkot comes to an end, we encounter additional special days in the Jewish calendar: Sh’mini Atzeret and Simchat Torah. Read on for grade-level discussion prompts. 
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  • Sukkot: High Order Thinking

    Sukkot, a Hebrew word meaning "booths" or "huts," refers to the Jewish festival of giving thanks for the fall harvest. Read on to learn more. 

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  • Innovation Meets Tradition with High Holiday Studies

    Students in the fourth-grade had a chance to bring the tradition of the High Holidays into the Innovation Lab for a hands-on project. 
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  • Mindfulness Means ...

    During Wellness Month at Sinai Akiba, the study of wellbeing and mindfulness filled our classrooms. Dr. Ackerman visited Ms. Nail's 3B room and taught an amazing lesson to the students about being thoughtful as they are eating. The students then took time to reflect on what mindfulness meant to them. Read on to find out what they said.
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Sinai Akiba Academy is a private Jewish day school in Los Angeles, serving students in Early Childhood through Grade 8. We also offer a variety of parenting classes and programs for children through our Parenting Center. A Sinai Temple school.
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