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Torah Talk for Parashat Miketz

In this parasha, Yosef interprets Pharaoh’s dreams and is appointed to implement Egypt’s anti-famine plan. This brings him into contact with his brothers again, as they come to Egypt to buy food. Towards the end of the book of Bereshit, we encounter many tears. Interestingly enough, this crying is done …

December 12, 2017|By |Author Type:Faculty and Staff| Topics: Torah Talks|Tags: Parent-Child Learning|

In the News: Kol HaBirah Newspaper Covers Sixth Grade Documentary Filming and Kindergarten Science Grant

Kol HaBirah newspaper recently published three features about our school! The articles cover our sixth graders’ ongoing project to create a documentary film about the history of our school, as well as MILTON parent and podcast producer Nahanni Rous’ visit to Grade 6, and Kindergarten teacher Lisa Davis’ winning a …

December 6, 2017|By |Author Type:Press| Topics: Science, Social Studies|Tags: In the News|

Torah Talk for Parashat Vayeshev

In this parasha, Yosef’s dreams anger his brothers, and they sell him into slavery in Egypt, where he eventually ends up in prison, still interpreting others’ dreams. Most of us recognize the names of the most famous twins in the Torah: Yaakov and Esav. In chapter 38, we encounter a second …

December 5, 2017|By |Author Type:Faculty and Staff| Topics: Torah Talks|Tags: Parent-Child Learning|

Israel 70th Birthday Celebration Begins with Recreation of U.N. Partition Vote

This week, MILTON kicked off our months-long celebration of Israel in honor of Medinat Israel’s 70th birthday. On November 29, we marked the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Partition Vote granting a Jewish State in part of the ancient land of Israel. Our students re-enacted this historic vote, and …

November 30, 2017|By |Author Type:| Topics: Judaic Studies, Milton Moments|Tags: Israel, M'dor L'dor, Multimedia|

Measuring Hebrew Language Achievement

MILTON’s Hebrew program utilizes an assessment-based curriculum, which means that we first set goals, and then design a curriculum to achieve them. We employ assessments on a school-wide, class-wide, and individual basis. On a daily basis, teachers work to formally and informally assess students’ skills in the classroom as the …

November 30, 2017|By |Author Type:Faculty and Staff| Topics: Hebrew, Teaching Methods|Tags: Differentiated Learning|

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Admission Open Houses

Join us for an Admission Open House on January 5. Explore our school and learn how a MILTON educatio …

Get your Superhero On for this Year’s Purim Ball!

Check out our cool “glideshow” to see what’s in store, including a new venue and the first reveal of …

MILTON School Video 2017-18

Find out what makes a MILTON education and the MILTON community so special. Watch our video today!

Learn about Milton

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Admission Open House

January 5, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am

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