News List

  • June

    DKJA Engineering Team Partners with FAU to Make a Difference

    The Claire and Emanuel G. Rosenblatt High School Engineering Team presented a demo of their year-long project in partnership with Dr. Jason Hallstrom at Florida Atlantic University’s ISENSE lab. 
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  • May

    DKJA 11th Grader Places Third in National Bible Quiz Competition

    Eden Richman, an 11th-grade student at Donna Klein Jewish Academy placed third in the 8th-11th grade division at the National Bible Quiz Competition on Sunday. Eden also placed third in the competition when she was in the seventh grade.
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  • April

    Local teen's nonprofit teaching programming to underserved children

    Through his nonprofit CanCode, DKJA senior Noah Rubin and his team of students visit after-care programs to teach kids about the basics of computer programing through fun and engaging workshops. Noah said that when he first started CanCode, he was impressed with how much fun the children had building their own video games using the tools he taught them.
    Check out the link below for Noah's story on WPBF 25 News
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  • DKJA Fourth Grader Releases Song Written to Help Children

    DKJA is incredibly proud of fourth-grader Eden Gross for the release of her single, Shadows on the Wall. Eden wrote Shadows on the Wall to bring awareness to the emotional struggles of children.

    According to Eden, “I have a very creative and active imagination and sometimes it can go to scary places. I wrote this song to help myself, and help others get through that. I want to help others realize that they are bigger than their fears. As a songwriter, I like to take my own personal experiences and use them to create things that people can relate to and things that can help them in their everyday lives. If I can positively impact one person, then it’s all worth it.”
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  • DKJA Students and Sisters Are Making a Huge Impact

    DKJA students and sisters Brielle and Alisandra Trujilo have a lot on their plate. When they are not hard at work in the classroom or doing their homework, Brielle (fifth grade), and Ali (third grade), are spending their time on their nonprofit- Mini Mitzvahs, their iHeartRadio show - Kids in Capes, or walking for top designers in New York and LA Fashion week. 
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  • March

    DKJA Celebrates 10 Years as a  Leader in Me School

    Donna Klein Jewish Academy celebrated 10 years as a Leader in Me School with a virtual celebration on Wednesday, March 3. Students and their families joined our faculty, staff, and administrators for a virtual event that celebrated the accomplishments of the last 10 years and discussed the goals for the future.
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  • February

    DKJA Student Wins International Monologue Competition

    Congratulations to Lila Drowos, a fifth grader at DKJA, for placing third in an international monologue writing contest held by Drama Notebook. 
    Lila's monologue, "Vegetarian Shark" is about a shark that complains about his or her vegetarian lifestyle. 
    Read Lila's winning monologue below: 
    Vegetarian Shark
    You know, I don’t like being a shark. I mean, sure, I look pretty cool…
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  • January

    Grandparents and Special Friends of DKJA

    Grandparents and Special Friends First-Ever Month Long Virtual Celebration  (February 1- February 26)
    Donna Klein Jewish Academy is proud to announce our first-ever month long celebration in honor of our Grandparents and Special Friends. 
    The meaning of L’dor V’Dor (from generation to generation) is always close to our hearts here at DKJA. Now more than ever, it is important for us to reach out to our older loved ones who may be isolated due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 
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