Have an epiphany! Come and see the artwork of the first grade in the office of the Head of School.
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- Come and See the Art of First Grade
- HS: Hockey Marathon Lives Up to its Reputation
- Halloween: Another Spooktacular Event!
- MS: Grade 8 Visits the Weizmann Institute
- ES: Teaching Students to Ask Their Own Questions: QFT in Grade 4
- Parent Education Program: Welcome to Your Child's Brain
- Project GAIA in Greece
- HS: Tom Robinson is On Trial in the 9th Grade
- MS: Dialogue in the Dark
- HS: Science Display Case Exhibits Student Work on Multicellular Organisms
- HS: The WBAIS Genius Bar Wants to Help You!
- MS: Grade 6 Visits Beit Guvrin
- GAIAjr. Makes A Difference
Hockey Marathon, a WBAIS hallmark event and tradition, took place on October 6-7, and was, as usual, a wonderful sports and bonding event.
For the second time in a row, Emily Pritchett and Katie Delaney-Graves took on the responsibility of co-chairing the biggest PTA event of the year. After the huge success of the 2016 event, expectations were high and boy, did they deliver!
On Thursday, October 19th, the Grade 8s traveled to the Weizmann Institute to take part in science labs and explore the Clore Garden of Science.
QFT stands for Question Formulation Technique, and it is one of the methods used by 4th grade teachers Caron Hertz and Malachi Handler to engage their students.
Dr. Aviv gave a presentation entitled Welcome to Your Child's Brain and Behavior Development: A User's Guide for Parents.
Our efforts last year to team up with the Attica Zoo in Athens (which included a WBAIS delegation that presented our GAIA model of action) has born fruit.
In Johanna Salem's 9th grade English class, Tom Robinson, a black field hand from the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, is on trial. What will the verdict be?
Students in the Biology classes were asked to develop a model that can be used to illustrate how the interaction between systems provides specific functions in multicellular organisms.
According to their Mission Statement, the Genius Bar aims to serve the school community “by providing solutions and developing technology skills in students, teachers, and parents. We believe in giving people the tools to improve their experience today and navigate the changing world of tomorrow.”
On Sunday, we had the Endangered Species Workshop. We joined our partner school, Kfar HaYarok, and we planted endangered seeds in our nature reserve.