‘Lincoln’ helps in SDJA read-a-thon

Abraham Lincoln – also known as Legacy donor and friend of San Diego Jewish Academy Joe Oppenheimer – reads to students during the San Diego Jewish Academy’s Sefer Safari week, a month-long read-a-thon.

Kindergarten through fifth grade students enjoyed a variety of reading activities and collectively read over 1,700 books throughout the month of February. For information about SDJA, contact Renee Sherman at rsherman@sdja.com or 704-3716.

During Sefer Safari, students also participated in a variety of exciting, motivational activities, such as enjoying costumed guest readers and having fifth graders monitor the school’s progress with bar graphs.

Related posts:

  1. SDJA welcomes new director of admissions
  2. SDJA open house Feb. 4
  3. SDJA remembers Matthew Beaver
  4. SDJA Lions split: Girls win, boys lose
  5. Guests enjoy SDJA gala, admire new gym

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