Mazel Day School

Mazel Day School

Mazel Day School is a vibrant independent, community school in S.Brooklyn filled with joy, rooted in core Jewish values, & devoted to academic excellence.

Mazel Day School is a vibrant independent, community school in S. Brooklyn filled with joy, rooted in core Jewish values, & devoted to academic excellence.

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Photos from Mazel Day School's post 10/29/2021

In Kindergarten, we learned all about the special Mitzvah of Mezuzah. We learned how a Mezuzah is made: it is written on Parchment with a feather and ink. Students even made their own Mezuzah cases! #judaismyoucantouch #thisishowwedoit #handsonlearning #jewishheritage #dynamicdayschools

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 10/28/2021

In science class, our Second Graders learned the properties that make a bridge strong. We put on our engineer hats and tried to make our own bridges! #stemeducation #21stcenturylearning #collaboration #designthinking #engineering #mazelmoments

10/27/2021

Learn more about Mazel Day School at our upcoming Virtual Open House for prospective Lower School parents on 11/9/21 @ 7:00 pm. Discover our unique educational philosophy and curriculum, meet our principals, teachers, and current parents. To register for this event, visit mazeldayschool.com/admissions. #dynamicdayschools #openhouse #mdsproud #whymazel

Learn more about Mazel Day School at our upcoming Virtual Open House for prospective Lower School parents on 11/9/21 @ 7:00 pm. Discover our unique educational philosophy and curriculum, meet our principals, teachers, and current parents. To register for this event, visit mazeldayschool.com/admissions. #dynamicdayschools #openhouse #mdsproud #whymazel

10/26/2021

2022-23 Applications NOW ONLINE!!! Visit https://www.mazeldayschool.com/ and click on the Admissions tab to find and access our ONLINE Application Portal. #admissionsseason #nycschools #qualityeducation #opportunity #dynamicdayschools

2022-23 Applications NOW ONLINE!!! Visit https://www.mazeldayschool.com/ and click on the Admissions tab to find and access our ONLINE Application Portal. #admissionsseason #nycschools #qualityeducation #opportunity #dynamicdayschools

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 10/26/2021

Because sometimes a good book is just the thing to warm with on a chilly, fall day...

Our first graders are becoming avid readers fast! #mazelmoments #welovetoread📚 #mdsproud #dynamicdayschools

10/24/2021

Kindergarten has been learning about planet Earth 🌎 and our geographic location on Earth. We noticed that we live in North America and in the state of New York. Using Google maps to zoom in and find Mazel Day School in NYS with our own eyes was a thrilling experience, clearly. #geographyforkids #mazelmoments

10/22/2021

Shabbat Shalom from our Shabbat Abba and Ima!!! May this be a week of peace and happiness, prosperity and good news!!!! #shabbatshalom❤️

Shabbat Shalom from our Shabbat Abba and Ima!!! May this be a week of peace and happiness, prosperity and good news!!!! #shabbatshalom❤️

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 10/21/2021

Little Kindergarten fingers practicing writing numerals. It's hard work but so exciting when done with your friends and teachers cheering you on! We've got this!!

#handwriting ✏️📓😊 #graphomotorpractice

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 10/20/2021

Letter Carrier, letter carrier... do you have a letter for us?

Children at Mazel Day School learn to identify and read 3 (that's right, 3!) alphabets: English, Hebrew, and Russian!! Fun and games make it all possible.

#wearelearningourletters

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 10/06/2021

Solving Math problems takes serious concentration! #mathlearners #mazelmoments

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 10/06/2021

First Graders are taking advantage of this beautiful fall weather by having science class OUTSIDE ☀️🍂🍁. We learned all about our 5 senses and how we can use them in science. We went on a scavenger hunt by the bay to observe how many different things we could find for each of the 5 senses 👀👃🏼👅👂🏼✋🏼.

#handsonscience #mazelmoments #mdsscience #lifelonglearners📚

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 09/30/2021

Our Fourth Graders interviewed their family members about their 9/11 memories and experiences. Students were so proud to share their parents' stories with their classmates. #socialstudies #livinghistory #mdsproud

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 09/30/2021

Throwback Thursday #tbt to last week's Middle School Sukkah Hop!! Special thanks to the families of the Manhattan Beach community who hosted our 5th-8th grade students! #sukkahhop #memoriesforlife #sukkotfun #jewishcommunityisalive

09/20/2021

That feeling when you know you rocked it because you won the "Super Cleaner!" challenge... #icandoanything #lifeskills #confidencegoals

That feeling when you know you rocked it because you won the "Super Cleaner!" challenge... #icandoanything #lifeskills #confidencegoals

09/19/2021

It's Sukkah building time!!!!
Chag Sameach to one and all - may the joy of Sukkot permeate our homes and hearts!

#chagsameachsukkot

09/17/2021

The beginning of the year is all about getting to know each other. In first grade, we had a sharing circle on the rug where we learned even more about one another and got to meet our class “pet” Buddy! #awwwhowcute

The beginning of the year is all about getting to know each other. In first grade, we had a sharing circle on the rug where we learned even more about one another and got to meet our class “pet” Buddy! #awwwhowcute

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 09/15/2021

Lower and Middle Schooler students enjoyed going to "Tashlich" - in the days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur - symbolically throwing away the mistakes of the past year and praying for a good new year to come! #jewishexperiences #whenyoudoityouremember #shanatova

09/14/2021

🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Today's morning announcement:
Good morning Mazel Day School students. Tomorrow is an important and special day: September 11th. In a few moments, it will be 9:59am --- the time when 20 years ago tomorrow, the first of the Twin Towers fell. At that time, at 9:59 am, we will hold a moment of silence together as a school, a moment to think about those who passed away on this sad day and think about how we will honor their memory.
Before we move into our moment of silence, I want to share with you a little bit about today’s date. Tomorrow morning, when you go outside, you may notice the United States flag hanging at half staff. This will be in remembrance of September 11, 2001, a date well before you were born.
On this date, a great tragedy occurred in America where many people lost their lives, especially in our very own city of New York. It was a very sad time for our country, but what we want to remember is not just the sadness, but the perseverance and courage of the American people. We want to remember the many helpers: firefighters, police officers, emergency first responders, Hatzalah members, doctors, nurses, and others who tried their best to help those in need. On September 11, 2001, and in the days that followed, people stepped up and did the right thing. Good people around the world showed their kindness and love for each other by reaching out, helping, and supporting families who were hurt by this event. Firefighters and police officers in particular showed great courage in risking their own lives to save others.
When thinking about what happened, I am reminded of something a famous personality, Mister Rogers once said, “when I was a boy and would see scary things on the news, my mother would remind me to ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people helping.’”
So on this September 11th, I want you to remember those who dedicate themselves to helping and all those in the military who keep us safe. When we see firefighters, police officers, emergency responders, Hatzalah, or members of the military, we should stop and say THANK YOU for helping us and keeping us safe. And in our own little world, in our classrooms and families, we must learn from them to show each other kindness and love and help each other in any way we can. We must have the courage to do the right thing and stand up for others when they are being hurt, to put aside differences and care for each other equally -- as we are all members of one nation under G-d. We each have the ability to change the world through our acts of goodness and kindness, making it a better place, one where something as sad as 9/11 will never happen again -- with the coming of Moshiach, a time of eternal and worldwide peace.
Tomorrow will be 20 years since the first 9/11 --- making this a special year of remembrance and reflection. Now, please join me in a moment of silence to remember those who were affected by the September 11th tragedy and reflect on what we can learn from this important day. Use this time to think about these special people and what we can learn from them. Think about the special Mitzvot that you might do in their honor today and tomorrow. After the minute is complete, we will play the National Anthem.

🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Today's morning announcement:
Good morning Mazel Day School students. Tomorrow is an important and special day: September 11th. In a few moments, it will be 9:59am --- the time when 20 years ago tomorrow, the first of the Twin Towers fell. At that time, at 9:59 am, we will hold a moment of silence together as a school, a moment to think about those who passed away on this sad day and think about how we will honor their memory.
Before we move into our moment of silence, I want to share with you a little bit about today’s date. Tomorrow morning, when you go outside, you may notice the United States flag hanging at half staff. This will be in remembrance of September 11, 2001, a date well before you were born.
On this date, a great tragedy occurred in America where many people lost their lives, especially in our very own city of New York. It was a very sad time for our country, but what we want to remember is not just the sadness, but the perseverance and courage of the American people. We want to remember the many helpers: firefighters, police officers, emergency first responders, Hatzalah members, doctors, nurses, and others who tried their best to help those in need. On September 11, 2001, and in the days that followed, people stepped up and did the right thing. Good people around the world showed their kindness and love for each other by reaching out, helping, and supporting families who were hurt by this event. Firefighters and police officers in particular showed great courage in risking their own lives to save others.
When thinking about what happened, I am reminded of something a famous personality, Mister Rogers once said, “when I was a boy and would see scary things on the news, my mother would remind me to ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people helping.’”
So on this September 11th, I want you to remember those who dedicate themselves to helping and all those in the military who keep us safe. When we see firefighters, police officers, emergency responders, Hatzalah, or members of the military, we should stop and say THANK YOU for helping us and keeping us safe. And in our own little world, in our classrooms and families, we must learn from them to show each other kindness and love and help each other in any way we can. We must have the courage to do the right thing and stand up for others when they are being hurt, to put aside differences and care for each other equally -- as we are all members of one nation under G-d. We each have the ability to change the world through our acts of goodness and kindness, making it a better place, one where something as sad as 9/11 will never happen again -- with the coming of Moshiach, a time of eternal and worldwide peace.
Tomorrow will be 20 years since the first 9/11 --- making this a special year of remembrance and reflection. Now, please join me in a moment of silence to remember those who were affected by the September 11th tragedy and reflect on what we can learn from this important day. Use this time to think about these special people and what we can learn from them. Think about the special Mitzvot that you might do in their honor today and tomorrow. After the minute is complete, we will play the National Anthem.

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 09/14/2021

We love science in first grade! We are practicing experimentation -- from setting up the experiment to observing, collecting, and recording data -- just like real scientists. Today we conducted an experiment to find out if certain objects sink or float 👩🏻‍🔬💧🧑🏻‍🔬

#littlescientist #firstgradescience #handsonelearning

09/06/2021

Wishing our Mazel community a Shana Tova UMetukah ~ May this year be filled with health and happiness, light and joy, miraculous wonders and abundant sustenance, peace and prosperity, and only Nachat from our dear students.
May we be written in the Book of Life! #shanatova🍎🍯

Wishing our Mazel community a Shana Tova UMetukah ~ May this year be filled with health and happiness, light and joy, miraculous wonders and abundant sustenance, peace and prosperity, and only Nachat from our dear students.
May we be written in the Book of Life! #shanatova🍎🍯

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 09/05/2021

Exploring bee life and honey as we prepare for a "sweet" new year! Shana Tova UMetuka!!!

#sweethoney #magicofbees #shanatovaumetuka #newyear5782 🍏🍯🍎

09/03/2021

Shabbat Shalom from our Pre-K Shabbat Abba and Ima!!! May this be a week of peace and happiness, prosperity and good news!!!! #shabbatshalom❤️

Shabbat Shalom from our Pre-K Shabbat Abba and Ima!!! May this be a week of peace and happiness, prosperity and good news!!!! #shabbatshalom❤️

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 09/03/2021

Middle Schoolers hit the ground running with classes, mentorship programming, and new student tours. We are off to a great start!!!

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 09/02/2021

We had a fantastic First Day of School at Lower School! Our Lower School students enjoyed a wonderful first day today. The energy was abuzz, the laughter abundant and the joy on a high! We are empowered and pumped for the new year!

#mdsproud #firstdayofschool #sogoodtobeback❤️

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 09/02/2021

Some First Day moments at our Preschool division... smiles and happiness all around! What a joy to see our friends and Morahs ~ we cannot wait for the year ahead!

#nycpreschool #earlychildhoodeducation #mazelmoments

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 09/01/2021

Woo-hoo!!! It's Orientation Day!!!! Looking forward to the first day of school tomorrow!!! #backtoschool #mdsproud #wevegotthis💪

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 08/31/2021

And... we're back!! "EmPOWER the Future!"

We are supercharged and energized for the new year. MDS welcomed back our incredible team of talented teachers for a week of workshops, planning and training in preparation for the new 2021-22 School Year!

#mazeldayschool #mdspride #21centurylearning #backtoschool #supercharged

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 08/27/2021

Throwback to that time our favorite animals came to visit our preschool summer camp! #throwbackthursday #earlychildhood #nycpreschool #animalsaresocool😊

07/22/2021

A Mazel Day School education provides children with a learning experience that is attuned to their individual needs. As King Solomon wisely advised: for learning to stay with our young ones for life, we must "educate a child according to his way".

Call today to find out more about what opportunities are available for your child. http://mazeldayschool.com/admissions.

A Mazel Day School education provides children with a learning experience that is attuned to their individual needs. As King Solomon wisely advised: for learning to stay with our young ones for life, we must "educate a child according to his way".

Call today to find out more about what opportunities are available for your child. http://mazeldayschool.com/admissions.

Photos from Mazel Day School's post 07/21/2021

Open-ended play outdoors enables children to explore their environment, build their muscles (and confidence), use their imagination and communication skills to build worlds and narratives of their very own. How did you play when you were small? How much time did you get to play outdoors? Independently? With other children? #wondersofchildhood #outdoortime #progressiveeducation #letsexplore #mazelmoments #nycpreschool #earlychildhoodeducation

06/30/2021

A Mazel Day School early childhood education inspires children to learn and explore, laying a foundation for a life-long love for learning.

Call today to find out more about what opportunities are available for your preschooler. 3K and UPK full. Limited seats open in PreNursery (2 year olds). http://mazeldayschool.com/admissions

A Mazel Day School early childhood education inspires children to learn and explore, laying a foundation for a life-long love for learning.

Call today to find out more about what opportunities are available for your preschooler. 3K and UPK full. Limited seats open in PreNursery (2 year olds). http://mazeldayschool.com/admissions

Our Story

Mazel Day School is a vibrant independent, community school filled with joy, rooted in core Jewish values, and devoted to academic excellence. Serving the South Brooklyn Jewish community, our families are diverse in their beliefs, affiliations and observances; we share a common vision to instill in our children the Joys of Judaism and a Love for Learning.

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