About Kavod’s Program
At Kavod, students value diversity, appreciate other cultures and understand the importance of becoming global citizens. Dual-language is a core component of Kavod’s program with students learning Hebrew through daily and Spanish on a weekly basis. Students actively engage in service-learning projects in order to become productive members of society. Additionally, as child-health and understanding of sportsmanship contributes to students growing into respectful citizens, Kavod is proud to continue to offer a comprehensive Physical Education program. The Kavod instructional model is rigorous as Kavod has a longer school day than many other elementary schools.
Kavod is a public non-religious school. Students of diverse backgrounds and cultures enroll at Kavod regardless of any family connection to the Hebrew language as learning multiple languages provides children with immense value.
Applications and Enrollment
Families can use the Schoolmint portal to complete applications or enrollment packets.
There are available spaces in some classes. Please contact Kavod or complete an application through schoolmint for more information.
The lottery window for 2018-2019 opens on October 2nd. Families can apply via the schoolmint portal above.
School Tours/Information Sessions
Upcoming Tours – Please RSVP for one of the following tours using this link: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0D4EADAC29AAF94-kavod7
- January 30th 10:30am
- February 13th 8:15am
- February 26th 9:00am
In order to limit distraction to our current students, unless a parent is considering Kavod for the current school year, tours of classes are only provided at the scheduled time. Kavod cannot accommodate single individual tours during the day as it is not conducive to the learning environment of our students. Thank you for understanding.
If you are interested in enrolling for the 2017-2018 school year, please contact Kavod to schedule a personal tour.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO
The Barona Band of Mission Indians for choosing Kavod to be a recipient of an Education Grant.
The Alliance for Affordable Services who has donated 45 Chromebooks to Kavod Elementary Charter School! Learn More about The Alliance for Affordable Services at: http://www.
Kavod in the Media
L’ Chaim Magazine‘s education journalist, Erin Philips came to Kavod. Read her story published in the February 2015 edition.
Hear from a parent-
article written by Ronnie Weisberg
Board Meeting Agenda: Kavod Board Agenda 17-12-12