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September 8, 2017


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September 8, 2017


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September 8, 2017


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September 6, 2017


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August 31, 2017


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Schedule undergoes further revisions following survey

Schedule undergoes further revisions following survey

Jonathan Foldi and Miriam Minsk

January 19, 2017


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When the second semester begins on Jan. 24, updates to the 2016-2017 schedule will be implemented for both the middle school and the high school. After CESJDS’ outside consultant Dr. Meredith Woocher evaluated the feedback from the schedule survey that was released in early November, High School ...

No people, no problem

No people, no problem

Amelia Davidson, Reporter

January 19, 2017


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If you are looking for a restaurant that serves a wide variety of food in a quick and tech- -savvy manner, I highly recommend trying Eatsa in downtown Washington, D.C. Eatsa is a vegetarian restaurant chain that originated on the West Coast in late 2015. It recently opened a location in the D.C. neighborhood...

Beyla Bass

Beyla Bass

December 1, 2016


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Ben Shrock

Ben Shrock

December 1, 2016


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Lily Daroff

Lily Daroff

December 1, 2016


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Indonesian Muslims visit through U.S. State Department

Indonesian Muslims visit through U.S. State Department

Talia Denicoff and Miriam Minsk

October 21, 2016


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A group of five Indonesian Muslim scholars and teachers, including one translator, visited CESJDS on Oct. 13 as part of a twelve-day tour of American schools. The U.S. State Department hosted the Indonesian Muslims and contacted JDS to request that they open their doors to the visitors. Many of th...

An immersion into politics: Eighth-grader as guest columnist for The Huffington Post

An immersion into politics: Eighth-grader as guest columnist for The Huffington Post

Shira Godin, Reporter

June 17, 2016


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For eighth-grader Matthew Wieseltier, the summer of 2015 began with a lecture by the editor-in-chief and co-founder of The Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington. Matthew attended the talk about adult use of technology at the Aspen Idea Festival in Aspen, CO. After seeing how interested Matthew was in...