Seventh Grade's Studies Come to Life in Washington, DC
It was a day of stark contrasts for our seventh grade students in Washington, DC.
First, they toured several iconic sites that represent the principles discussed in their American government studies class: the The White House, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial.
Then, they visited the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, where they honored those that perished in the Holocaust, while seeing first-hand evidence of the lessons learned while reading "The Diary of Anne Frank" this semester.
"Beth Tfiloh was... nurturing my child and meeting his specific needs." – Jayne Havens "It's been such a great experience. All of three of my kids have really thrived." – Jamie Karbeling Jayne and Jamie share why they love Beth Tfiloh PreSchool...and why they are keeping their children at BT for kindergarten and beyond!
Kol hakavod (well done!) to these 27 BT Middle School students who spent the past six months studying several books of Tanach (Bible), including Shemot (Exodus), Yehoshua (Joshua), Megillat Esther and Yonah (Jonah) to qualify for the national Chidon HaTanach Bible Quiz: