Each year in Civics class, the Junior High grades complete a Tikkun Olam project that is connected to our curriculum in some way. In grade 6, we decided to connect our Civics project to Science class. In our water unit in Science, we learned that Toronto used to be a city of rivers –
The Heschel Garden needs your help! We are asking each Heschel family to volunteer a minimum of one time during the summer to keep our garden growing. Every Wednesday between 5 – 8, we need families to water, weed, harvest, and care for your child’s classroom plot and help
In preparation for the Grade 3 Animal Research Project students chose an animal to observe in their own backyards. Noa chose a snail and collected some snails to observe their behaviour.Students thought they would observe slow walking and eating but discovered that they were about to
Children aged 18 months to 6 years are invited to come and celebrate Lag Ba’Omer with us on Sunday, May 14 at 10 am. There is no cost to join, but registration is required. Please register by Monday, May 8 by clicking here.
On the evening of Wednesday, March 15, Grade Seven and Eight students went downtown after school to participate in Pay it Forward Purim. Pay it Forward Purim is an annual program where students from Grade Seven and Eight, along with their parents, go to give out gift bags (Matanot Le’