In The News
“I love how Hausner not only focuses on the education of my children but also concentrates on their development as human beings through social lessons and Jewish ethics. I like that the students learn through projects and experiences.”
Text People: the DeLeT Alumni Network
Jody Passanisi, Hausner Director of Middle School discusses how DeLeT alumni constantly reflect in order to perfect their craft.
eJewish Philanthropy, March 2018
Jewish day school hires former Palo Alto Unified tech teacher.
Smita Kolhatkar named Director of Technology and Innovation.
Palo Alto Online, July 2017
Karen Strobel, Director, Partnership for 21st Century Assessment, Castilleja School
I send my child to Hausner because the teachers and administration share our family’s educational ideals and successfully turn them into classroom realities. Hausner emphasizes engagement in learning and prioritizes understanding over recitation. The school balances a challenging curriculum with care and concern for each child’s well-being. With good reason, Hausner families support the school and each other. It is a wonderful source of community for our children and our family.
Hausner Students and Teacher Win Synopsys Awards
Several Hausner students and science teachers received Awards at this year’s Synopsys Science & Technology Championships
J-Weekly, May 2017
Denise Pope, Stanford’s School of Education, Senior Lecturer
I send my children to Hausner because I believe in the Hausner mission statement. My husband and I were searching for a school that would foster in our children a love of learning and a love for Judaism. Hausner’s caring climate, focus on the whole child, and hands-on, project-based curriculum, have been a terrific match for our kids. They continue to blossom into creative, independent thinkers, who can communicate their ideas well, and most importantly, who strive to fulfill Jewish values.
The Cultural Universals Museum, CAJE Journal, 6th Grade Curriculum
The Jewish Educator, Summer 2016
Palo Alto Patch, Kindergarten Curriculum