Mandel JDS’s integrated curriculum weaves Judaic and general studies together for a deeper, fuller educational experience, as students learn about concepts or times in history through a variety of academic disciplines. READ MORE
INTEGRATED PROJECT BASED LEARNING (IPBL)
Integrated Project Based Learning (IPBL) is a dynamic approach to education that allows students to discover content, engage in higher-level thinking, make personal connections and reflect on what they have learned. READ MORE
Mandel JDS is committed to Jewish pluralism. We affirm multiple forms of Jewish identity, striving to engage each student at his or her Jewish starting point. Building a Jewish identity is a lifelong process that begins and develops at home, is reinforced at school, and continues to mature over the course of a lifetime. READ MORE
The Early Childhood program is committed to a meaningful first school experience that encourages growth in emotional, social, physical and cognitive areas for each child. READ MORE
THE LOWER SCHOOL
The Lower School at Mandel JDS combines rich Jewish values with a strong foundation in reading, language arts, social studies, math, science, Hebrew and Judaics. Our unique teaching approach integrates these subjects into a connected whole illustrating how subjects are related. READ MORE
THE MIDDLE SCHOOL
The Mandel JDS Middle school combines rich Jewish values with challenging and stimulating academic rigor, building upon earlier grades. Practice in critical and creative thinking as well as fostering social emotional growth, builds strong, lifelong learners. READ MORE
The Learning Enhancement team supports the dynamic instruction that each teacher provides in the classroom in a manner that is appropriate for the student as an individual. We elevate and enhance the already rich learning environment that exists at Mandel JDS, by individualizing the way we teach. READ MORE
General Studies (Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science) and Judaics (Hebrew, Tanach) curricula are rounded out by co-curricular courses in subjects that enhance students’ physical health, practical skills, and creativity. Co-curriculuars include: Physical Education, Technology, Fine Art, Music & Band, Library and Health.
The Joseph and Florence Mandel Jewish Day School Library contains over 10,000 volumes. This collection includes informational texts, juvenile fiction books, picture books, bible stories, Jewish history, and Hebrew language picture books. The library is staffed by the librarian Toby Lausin. To access our online catalog, please check here.